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Alfred Hennequin (1842–1887)

Hennequin, Alfred (en-ka‘). A French dramatist; born in Liège, Jan. 13, 1842; died at Épinay, Aug. 7, 1887. ‘The Veauradieux Trial’ and ‘The Pink Dominoes’ are his most popular comedies. ‘Papa’s Wife’ was also successfully staged.