Luchet, Auguste

BORN 22 Apr 1806, Paris - DIED 9 Mar 1872, Paris
GRAVE LOCATION Paris: Père Lachaise, Rue du Repos 16 (division 49, ligne 09, Q, 12)

Auguste Luchet was educated in Dieppe. In 1823 he travelled to Paris, looking for a literary career. After a miserable time he obtained a job as a stenographer at the Chambre des Députés. There he met several authors who enabled him to collaborate on the magazine "La Jeune de France".

He also worked as a journalist and took part in the revolution of 1830. This resulted in five years of exile in Belgium and at Jersey. After that he worked for several other magazines. In 1842 he was sentenced to two years of imprisonment for his novel "Le Nom de famille". He was defended by Jules Favre.

In 1848 he was appointed governor of the Château de Fontainebleau. He died in 1872 in Paris.

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The grave of Auguste Luchet at Père Lachaise, Paris.
Picture by Androom (24 Oct 2014)


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Published: 19 Feb 2023
Last update: 19 Feb 2023