Alexandre-Vincent Pineux Duval  

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Alexandre-Vincent Pineux Duval (6 April 1767, Rennes – 1 September 1842, Paris) was a French dramatist, sailor, architect, actor, theatre manager. He was the eighth member elected to occupy seat 4 of the Académie française in 1812.

Duval was brother to the diplomat Amaury Duval (1760-1838).


  • Les Projets de mariage (1790)
  • Les Tuteurs vengés (1794)
  • Les Héritiers (1796)
  • Le menuisier de Livonie (1805)
  • La manie des grandeurs (1817)
  • Le Faux Bonhomme (1821)

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