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François Jean Stanislas Andrieux (1759–1833)

Andrieux, François Jean Stanislas (o-drē-ė). A French poet and dramatist; born in Strasbourg, May 6, 1759; died in Paris, May 9, 1833. The most noted of his poetical tales are: ‘The Miller of Sans Souci’ (1797); ‘Fénelon’s Walk’; and ‘The Trial of the Senate of Capua.’ Of his dramatic work may be mentioned the comedies ‘The Heedless’ (1787); ‘Molière with his Friends’ (1804); ‘The Comedian’ (1816); and the tragedy ‘Junius Brutus’ (1830).