Émile Fabre (writer)
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Who is Émile Fabre?
émile Fabre a.k.a. Émile Fabre was a French playwright and general administrator of the Comédie-Française from 2 December 1915 to 15 October 1936. He was greatly influenced by Balzac as a young man, and most of his best-known plays deal with the sacrifice of personal happiness to the pursuit of wealth. He also wrote the libretto for Xavier Leroux's opera Les cadeaux de Noël which was a great success when it premiered in Paris in 1915.
- born on (145 years ago) in Metz
- profession: Writer
- died on (59 years ago)
- written work: "The Honor of the Family"
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