Edmond Haraucourt (born in 1856 with Bourmont (Haute-Marne), died in 1941, 5 quai des Fleurs with Paris) is a French writer who was also type-setter, lyric writer and conservative of the Musée of Cluny.
It began its career with the edition in 1882, with Brussels, of a sulfurous work (for the time!) under the pseudonym of Lord de Chambley : the Legend of the sexes, poëmes hysterical .
He bequeathed his property, located on the island of Bréhat in Brittany (Coasts-D' Armor), with the Cité international academic of Paris.
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