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David-Augustin de Brueys (1640–November 25, 1723) was a French theologian and dramatist. He was born in Aix-en-Provence. His family was Calvinist, and he studied theology. After writing a critique of Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet's work, he was in turn converted to Catholicism by Bossuet, and later became a priest.
- Les Quiproquos
- Le Concert Ridicule, 1689
- Le Secret Reve, 1690
- Le Grondeur, 1691
- Le Muet, 1691
- L' Important de Cour, 1693
- Le Sot toujours sot ou le Marquis (Baron) paysan, 1693
- La Force du Sang, 1693
- La Belle Mere, 1693
- Les Empiriques, 1697
- Gabinie, 1699
- L'Avocat Patelin, 1706
- L'Opiniatre, 1722
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