Cardinal Richelieu

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French prelate and statesman

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Chapter four focuses on the establishment of the commercial theatre in Paris in 1630-40, a period influenced by the 'rehabilitation' project of Cardinal de Richelieu, who was a fan of the theatre and co-opted it for his cultural policy.
7-15; Ferdinando Reyna, Des origines du ballet (Paris, 1955); Gabriel Hanotaux and the duc de La Force, Histoire du Cardinal de Richelieu, 6 volumes (Paris, 1893-1947), II, part 1, pp.
Many were developed in the late 1800s, including the Cardinal de Richelieu in 1840.
Academie Francaise French literary academy, established by the French first minister Cardinal de Richelieu in 1634 and incorporated in 1635, and existing, except for an interruption during the era of the French Revolution, to the present day.
His wit and effrontery won him the favor of Cardinal de Richelieu, and he was given a canonry at Rouen (1634) and an abbacy in Burgundy (1638).