What are you looking for at Aqrani library?
Summary: Elzéar Bonnier-Ortolan, (born November 25, 1849 in Paris and died in 1916), known as Pierre Elzéar, is a French poet and playwright. His father, Edouard Bonnier (1808-1877), taught at the Paris Law School, as did his maternal grandfather Joseph Ortolan. His mother, Elzéarine dite Zari, wrote several novels. In his youth, he translated Faust with the help of Jean Aicard and participated in the foundation of the magazine La Renaissance littéraire et artistique. He marries the daughter of the writer Richard Lesclide with whom he will collaborate. Then he became a lawyer, continued to write for the theater and founded two literary magazines in Tunisia in 1898.
Books of Pierre Elzéar