Charles Joseph Marty-Laveaux
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Charles Joseph Marty-Laveaux (13 April 1823, Paris – 11 July 1899, Vitry-sur-Seine) was a French literary scholar. He is best known for his La Pléiade Française, a long series of editions of the poets of La Pléiade. He also edited Corneille's works (1862–68).
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