What are you looking for at Aqrani library?
Summary: Adolphe d’Ennery is a French dramatic author, born in Paris 1811, died there 1899. By turn a lawyer's clerk, painter, and journalist, in 1831 he made more than 280 plays, no less than five of them having been produced upon the Paris stage at one time. He adapted his work to the taste of the public, and achieved success upon success, rapidly making a fortune. His wealth allowed him to contribute to the Société Thermale of Cabourg-Dives, of which he became acting manager. This society, which was composed in large measure of wealthy journalists and theatrical capitalists, placed him at its head. D'Ennery wrote under the names of Adolphe d'Ennery, Philippe d'Ennery, and Eugène d'Ennery. His plays were mainly written in collaboration with others, among whom were G. Lemoine, Alexandre Dumas, Eugène Grangé, Dumanoir, Mallian, Cormon, Hector Crémieux, Plouvier, Charles Edmond, and Lambert Thiboust.
Books of Adolphe d’Ennery