Rahul Sharma

Estienne Durand

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
Estienne Durand wwwwikipoemescomimagesphotoetiennedurandjpg
Died  19 July 1618, 4th arrondissement, Paris, France

Estienne Durand (c. 1586 – 19 July 1618) was a 17th-century French poet.

A provincial controller of wars in the service of Marie de Medicis, he is the author of a pamphlet against Louis XIII, La Riparographie, now lost, which earned him to be broken and burned with his writings on the Place de Grève.


  • Les Épines d'Amour (1604)
  • Méditations (1611)
  • Stances à l'inconstance
  • References

    Estienne Durand Wikipedia

    Similar Topics
    Harlan County War (film)
    Jean Paul Boëtius
    Kerstin Müller