Jean d'Abundance

1501 - 1555
genre:  farce
country of citizenship:  France
languages spoken, written or signed:  French
occupation:  poet, playwright

Jehan d'Abundance (Pont-Saint-Esprit, ? – c.1540) is the pseudonym of a French poet and author of farces. He also signed his works with the pen names Maistre Tyburce or Tyburce Dyariferos. He wrote several moralities, mysteries and farces including La Cornette, his most famous work which Antoine du Verdier mentions in his Bibliothèque française (Paris, 1773, vol. II, p. 325). Source: Wikipedia (en)

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