Constant de Rebecque
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Con·stant de Re·becque(kôN-stäN′ də rə-bĕk′), Benjamin 1767-1830.
French writer and politician who was exiled in 1802 for denouncing Napoleon's machinations. He is best known for the novel Adolphe (1816), inspired by his affair with Madame de Staël.
Con•stant de Re•becque(kɔ̃ˈstɑ̃ də rəˈbɛk)
Henri Benjamin (Benjamin Constant), 1767–1830, French statesman and author.