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|Birth:||20th May, 1799|
|Death:||18th August, 1850|
Honoré de Balzac was born in Tours, France. He was a French novelist and playwright. He wrote several novels include: Les Chouans, La Peau de chagrin, Adieu, La Vendetta, Colonel Chabert, Louis Lambert, Louis Lambert, Ferragus, Séraphîta, La Duchesse de Langeais, The Quest of the Absolute, Père Goriot, The Girl With the Golden Eyes, Le Lys Dans LA Vallee, Facino Cane, César Birotteau, La Rabouilleuse, Illusions perdues, Cousin Bette, Ursule Mirouët, Albert Savarus, Letters of Two Brides, Le Cousin Pons, Modeste Mignon, Honorine, and Le Cousin Pons. He wrote play, including Mercadet ou le faiseur.
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