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Simon-Joseph Pellegrin (1663–1745)

Pellegrin, Simon-Joseph (pel-gra‘). A French dramatist; born at Marseilles, 1663; died at Paris, 1745. Among his works are: ‘Polydorus,’ a tragedy (1705); ‘Death of Ulysses’ (1706); ‘The New World,’ comedy (1723); ‘Divorce of Love and Reason’ (1724); ‘Pastor Fido’ (1726); ‘Hymen’s School; or, Her Husband’s Sweetheart’ (1742). He wrote also a great many religious poems.