Jean-Claude Gorjy (1753-1795)

Also Known As: Jean-Claude Gorgy

Jean-Claude Gorgy (19 November 1753, Fontainebleau – 1795, Pinceloup, hamlet of Sonchamp, near Rambouillet) was an 18th-century French playwright. Jean-Claude Gorgy was the son of a valet to the Count de Maillebois. He himself became secretary of the count.

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