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Apologie de la danse et la parfaicte méthode de l’enseigner tant aux cavaliers qu’aux dames . Par F. de Lauze
Date de l’édition originale : 1623
Sujet de l’ouvrage : Danse — Étude et enseignement — Ouvrages avant 1800Danse — Manuels d’enseignement — Ouvrages avant 1800
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French novelist, playwright, epistolarian and duelist. A bold and innovative author, his work was part of the libertine literature of the first half of the seventeenth century. Since the 1970s, there has been a resurgence in the study of Cyrano, demonstrated in the abundance of theses, essays, articles and biographies published in France and elsewhere in recent decades. Cyrano’s short life is poorly documented.
1657, nearly two years after his death. Estienne Bellanger, Counsellor of the King and Treasurer of his Finances ». April 1551, he married Anne Le Maire, daughter of Estienne Le Maire and Perrette Cardon, who died in 1616. September 1612 at the church of St-Gervais-et-St-Protais. In 1911 Jean Lemoine made known the inventory of Abel de Cyrano’s worldly goods. Denis, baptised at the church of Saint-Eustache on 31 March 1614 by Anne Le Maire, his grandmother, and Denis Feydeau, financier.
July 1617 by Honoré Barentin, trésorier des parties casuelles, and an unnamed godmother. Rue de Charonne in 1641, under the name Sister Catherine de Sainte-Hyacinthe. Thus Espérance Bellanger was thirty-three years old, Abel de Cyrano around fifty-two. In 1898, Viscount Oscar de Poli suggested that it must have been a transcription error and proposed reading it as Lamy. September 1602, a year before Pierre de Maupeou, Espérance Bellanger’s cousin and son-in-law of Denis Feydeau who was a witness to the marriage of Savinien’s parents in 1612. King’s Counsellor and Secretary », also had that of « King’s Interpreter of Foreign Languages ». The Vallée de Chevreuse in 1701.
You can make out Sous-Forêt and Mauvières just to the west of Chevreuse, on the banks of the Yvette River. In 1622, Abel de Cyrano left Paris with his family and went to settle on his lands at Mauvières and Bergerac in the Vallée de Chevreuse, which had come to him in part after the death of his mother in 1616. The estate of Bergerac, which adjoined Mauvières, « comprised a house with portal, courtyard, barn, hovel and garden, being an acre or thereabouts, plus forty-six and a half acres, of which thirty-six and a half were farmland and ten woodland, with the rights of middle and low justice ». It was in this rustic setting that the child grew up and in the neighbouring parish he learnt to read and write. It is unknown at what age Savinien arrived in Paris.
He may have been accommodated by his uncle Samuel de Cyrano in a large family residence in the Rue des Prouvaires, where his parents had lived up until 1618. Upper Rue Saint-Jacques and the collège de Lisieux. He continued his secondary studies at an academy which remains unknown. But there is no certainty that Savinien went to live with them. Historians and biographers do not agree on this penchant which threatened to corrupt Cyrano’s nature. Against an embittered and discontented father, Cyrano promptly forgot the way to his father’s house. He also picked up the deplorable habit of gambling.
This kind of life could not continue indefinitely, especially since Abel de Cyrano had become completely deaf to his son’s repeated requests for funds. Cyrano’s homosexuality was first explicitly hypothesized by Jacques Prévot in 1978. He was the son of Abel de Cyrano, lord of Mauvières and Bergerac, and Espérance Bellanger. He received his first education from a country priest, and had for a fellow pupil his friend and future biographer Henri Lebret. One author, Ishbel Addyman, varies from other biographers and claims that he was not a Gascon aristocrat, but a descendant of a Sardinian fishmonger and that the Bergerac appellation stemmed from a small estate near Paris where he was born, and not in Gascony, and that he may have suffered tertiary syphilis.