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Jean Palaprat (1650–1721)

Palaprat, Jean Sieur de Bigot (pä-lä-prä’). A French dramatist; born at Toulouse, 1650; died at Paris, 1721. He is best known for certain lively comedies written by him in collaboration with the Abbé Brueys; chief among these are: ‘The Mute’; ‘The Grumbler’ (1681); ‘The Ridiculous Concert’ (1689); ‘The Secret Revealed’ (1690). Independently he wrote: ‘Quid pro Quo’; ‘Hercules and Omphale’; ‘The Prude.’