André Bellessort

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André Bellessort (19 March 1866 in Laval, Mayenne – 22 January 1942 in Paris) was a French writer.


Bellessort was a not only a poet and essayist but also a traveller who went to Chile, Bolivia and Japan. He is known for his influence on his pupils as a teacher in hypokhâgne in the Lycée Louis-le-Grand, notably related in Robert Brasillach's memories, Notre avant-guerre.