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Madame de Beaunoir was the pseudonym of Alexandre-Louis-Bertrand Robineau, who worked in the Bibliothèque Royale before the French Revolution and attributed his plays to his wife (using an anagram of their surname) in order to avoid the censure of his colleagues and the king. His wife was Louise-Céline Cheval (1766-1821), who signed the works as Madame de Beaunoir. In 1788, he was appointed director of the Théâtre de Bordeaux. A year later, after the theater went bankrupt, he moved to Brussels, where he continued to write plays.
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