François Porché

François Porché (born Cognac, November 21, 1877 - died Vichy, April 19, 1944) was a French dramatist, poet and literary critic. The French Academy awarded him the Grand Prix de Littérature in 1923. ''Les Butors et la Finette'', a "symbolical and allegorical drama" premiered in 1917, ''Sam Abramovitch'' in 1927 (in New York City) and ''Un roi, deux dames et un valet'' in 1934. He published a war poem ''L' Arret sur la Marne'' in 1916 and a poetry collection called ''Charles Baudelaire'' in memory of the poet. Provided by Wikipedia