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Michel Pichat (1790–1828)

Pichat, Michel (pē-shä’). A French dramatist; born at Vienne, 1790; died at Paris, 1828. He wrote the tragedies ‘Turnus,’ ‘Leonidas’ (1825), which had great success, ‘William Tell’; ‘Ali Pasha’ (1822), a melodrama; ‘Devotion of the French Physicians at Barcelona’ (1822), a poem.