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VALABRÈGUE, ALBIN:

French dramatist; born at Carpentras, Vaucluse, Dec. 17, 1853. He is one of the most prolific of modern French dramatists, producing about two plays a year and in addition acting as dramatic critic of the Paris "L'Illustration." Among his dramatic works are: "La Veuve Chapuzot," 1879; "Clarvin Père et Fils," Paris, 1880; "Le Crime" (with Bertol-Graivil), Dec., 1882; "Les Maris Inquiets," 1883; "La Flamboyante" (with Paul Ferrier), 1884; "Les Grippe-Sou," 1885; "La Nuit du 16," 1885; "L'Homme de Paille," 1885; "La Fille à Georgette," 1886; "Le Bonheur Conjugal," 1886; "Le Sens-Prèfet," 1886; "Les Vacances du Mariage" (with Hennequin), 1887; "Durand et Durand" (with Ordonneau), 1887; "Clo-Clo" (with Decourcelle), 1887; "Les Saturnales," operetta (music by Lacombe), 1887; "Doit et Avoir" (with Felix Cohen), 1888; "La Sécurité des Familles," 1888; "Madame a Ses Brevets," 1890; "Les Moulinards," 1890; "Les Ménages Parisiens," 1890; "Le Pompier de Justine" (with Davril), 1890; "La Femme," 1891; "Les Vieilles Gens," 1891; "Le Commandant Laripète" (with Silvestre), 1892; "Le Premier Mari de France," 1893.

Bibliography:
  • Vapereau, Dict. des Contemporains;
  • Larousse, Dict. Supplement, ii. 1968.
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