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 (rôs-täN′), Edmond 1868-1918.
French playwright known for his light, entertaining works, particularly Cyrano de Bergerac (1897).


(French rɔstɑ̃)
(Biography) Edmond (ɛdmɔ̃). 1868–1918, French playwright and poet in the romantic tradition; best known for his verse drama Cyrano de Bergerac (1897)



Edmond, 1868–1918, French playwright and poet.
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