Antoine Leonard Thomas
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Antoine Leonard Thomas
DUPLESSIS Joseph Siffred: Portrait d'Antoine-Léonard Thomas

Antoine Léonard Thomas (1 October 1732 - 17 September 1785) was a French poet and literary critic, best known in his time for his great eloquence especially for éloges in praise of past luminaries. It was in recognition of this that he was elected to Académie Française.[1]

He was born in Clermont-Ferrand and died, aged 52, in Oullins.


  1. ^ Stephens, Henry Morse (1892). Mirabeau. Vergniaud. Gensonné. Guadet. Louvet. Cambon (in French). Clarendon Press. p. 9.

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