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Édouard Mazères (1796–1866)

Mazères, Édouard (mä-zãr’). A French dramatic writer; born in Paris, 1796; died there, 1866. He wrote the comedies ‘The Young Husband’ (1826); ‘Each for Himself’ (1828); ‘The Friendship of Women’ (1849); ‘The Pearl Necklace’ (1851); etc. His greatest successes came from plays written in collaboration: as ‘The Foundling’ (1824); ‘Three Quarters’ (1827), which was very popular, with Picard; ‘The Uncle from America’ (1826), ‘Quackery’ (1828), etc., with Scribe; ‘Mother and Daughter’ (1830), etc., with Empis.