Louis Desnoyers

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Louis Desnoyers

Louis Desnoyers (* 1805 in Replonges , ( Ain ), † December 17, 1868 in Paris ) was a French journalist and writer .


Desnoyers first worked for a notary before moving to Paris (1828), where he became politically active in the opposition. After working for some political-liberal newspapers , he became co-founder and editor-in-chief of the satirical magazine Le Charivari in 1832 . In 1837 he became a co-founder of the Société des Gens de Lettres , which included Honoré de Balzac , Victor Hugo , Alexandre Dumas , and George Sand as members. He was also a co-founder of Le Siècle magazine . After he made a name for himself as a writer and through vaudevilles (first under the pseudonym Derville ), he launched the journal Messager des dames et des demoiselles in 1854 .


  • Les aventures de Jean-Paul Choppart , 1832
  • Mémoires d'une pièce de cent sous , 1837
  • Les Aventures de Robert Robert , 1840
  • De l'Opéra en 1847, à propos de Robert Bruce , des directions passées, de la direction présente , 1847
  • Les Béotiens de Paris


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