Théodore Aubanel (1829–1886) also (along with Frédéric Mistral) has a plaque dedicated to him near the Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde, and it's also written in Provençal: as the plaque here states, Aubanel (whose grave I (almost unbelievably) wasn't allowed to photograph in Saint-Véran cemetery in Avignon) was a founder member of Le Félibrige. In 1850 Aubanel met Jenny Manivet (or Zani), the love of his life, although the two were unable to reveal their love for each other: Zani joined a convent. His first poems were published in 1851 in Li Prouvencalo, and in 1860 Aubanel published La mióugrano entre duberto (literally 'The Half-Opened Pomegranate'), concerning his lost love of Zani. It was well received in literary circles, although local Catholic organisations condemned it. Aubanel married another woman (Joséphine Mazen) the following year.