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Claude Prosper Jolyot de Cr billon, dit Cr billon fils, was a French novelist Born in Paris, he was the son of a famous tragedian, Prosper Jolyot de Cr billon, dit Cr billon p re He received a Jesuit education at the elite school Louis le grand Early on he composed various light works, including plays for the Italian Theatre in Paris, and published a short tale calledLe Sylphein 1730 From 1729 to 1739 he participated in a series of dinners called Le Caveau named after the cabaret where they were held with other artists, including Alexis Piron, Charles Coll , and Charles Duclos.The publication ofTanza et Neadarne histoire japonaise1734 , which contained veiled attacks on the Papal bull Unigenitus, the cardinal de Rohan and others, landed him briefly in the prison at Vincennes His novelLes garements du c ur et de l espritwas published in 1735 and was although he continued to edit it in 1738, it was never finished Publication ofLe Sophain 1742 forced him into exile from Paris, which lasted several months.Around 1744 he entered into a romantic liaison with Lady Henrietta Maria Stafford, daughter of a Jacobite chamberlain, and they were married in 1748 A son born in 1746 died in 1750 Despite financial hardship, they lived harmoniously until her death in 1755 Meanwhile, he publishedLa Nuit et le moment1745 ,Ah quel conteandLes Heureux Orphelins1754 Inheriting nothing from Henriette, he was forced to sell his large library in 1757 and eventually found steady income as a royal censor like his father in 1759 In 1768 and 1772 he published his last two novels,Lettres de la duchesse de au duc deandLettres ath niennes .
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