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Charles Cotin (1604–1682)

Cotin, Charles (kō-ta‘). A French versifier (1604–82). He was a prolific writer, but his amorous and religious poems are nearly forgotten. His name survives in Boileau’s satires and Molière’s ‘Femmes Savantes’; there he figures as Trissotin.