5 August 2016

Antoine Blaise Crousillat in Salon-de-Provence (13)

The Félibrige poet Antoine Blaise Crousillat (1814–99) was born in Salon-de-Provence, where he died in the house of his birth, and this square has been called Place Crousillat since 1901. His correspondence with Frédéric Mistral lasted forty-seven years. He made contributions to a number of publications, and wrote three books: La Bresco (1864), Lei Nadau (1880) and L'Eissame (1893).

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