Louis de Sacy
Louis de Sacy (French pronunciation: [lwi də sasi]; 1654, Paris – 26 October 1727, Paris) was a French author, and lawyer. He was the third member elected to occupy seat 2 of the Académie française in 1701. De Sacy was particularly known for his elegant translations of Pliny the Younger's Epistulae and Panegyricus Traiani.
- Lettres de Pline le Jeune (1699-1701)
- Traité de l’amitié (1703)
- Traité de la gloire (1715)
- Académie française. "Louis de Sacy".Retrieved 22 March 2017 (in French).
- Godefroy, Frédéric Eugène (1863). Histoire de la littérature française depuis le xvie sìcle, Vol. 3, p. 49. Gaume frères & J. Duprey (in French)
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