Graffigny

Some articles on graffigny:

François-Antoine Devaux - Life
... a writer, an ambition encouraged by his friend Françoise de Graffigny, who became his sponsor in the court society of Lorraine ... As a result, Françoise de Graffigny left Lorraine for Paris, and her intermittent correspondence with Devaux became an almost daily record of both their lives, until her death in 1758 ... Françoise de Graffigny also supervised the publication of the play in 1753 ...
Françoise De Graffigny - Works - Works Mistakenly Attributed To De Graffigny
... as Azor and Célidor, have been attributed to Françoise de Graffigny, when they are in fact only the names of characters in her plays, Phaza and L'Ignorant présomptueux, respectively. 1771, and attributed by the publisher to Françoise de Graffigny ... The works of Raoul Henri Clément Auguste Antoine Marquis, who was born in 1863 in Graffigny-Chemin, died in 1934, and wrote under the pen name Henry de Graffigny, are ...
Françoise De Graffigny - Name
... As explained above, "Graffigny" is not a family name, but the name of an estate ... the place name has been standardized as "Graffigny" (it is now part of Graffigny-Chemin), and that spelling should be followed ...
Graffigny-Chemin - Location
... In World War II, Graffigny-Chemin saw little action due to its relative isolation ... to Joinville (about 30 miles to the north east of Graffigny) but had become lost after passing through a severe electric storm in the Troyes area ... hit the high ground known as la montagne close to Graffigny ...