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Etienne de La Boétie was a poet and humanist of the French Renaissance. He translated Xenophon and Plutarch into French and was close to the group of poets known as La Pléiade, which included Ronsard, Dorat, and Du Bellay. He served with Michel de Montaigne in the Bordeaux government and became his lifelong friend.
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