Chénier, Marie-André (17621794)

Chénier, Marie-André, French poet, greatest in the 18th century, born at Constantinople; author of odes, idylls, and elegies, which place him high among French poets; took part in the Revolution as a lover of order as well as of liberty; offended Robespierre, and was guillotined two days before the fall of Robespierre; as a poet he was distinguished for the purity of his style and his originality (17621794).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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