Person    | Male  Born 4/9/1768  Died 4/7/1848

Chateaubriand

Categories: Literature

Countries: France

Born Saint-Malo, Brittany. Died Paris.
Went to America in 1791, returned to France and then in 1793 escaped to England where he lived in extreme poverty until returning to France in 1800. He returned in 1822 as French Ambassador and resided in Portland Place.
Wrote The Genius of Christianity (Paris,1802) and Memoirs from beyond the tomb (1849-50).

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