Pierre Ambroise François Choderlos de Laclos was born in Amiens October 18, 1741 and died in Taranto September 5, 1803, is a French soldier and writer. Thomas Moore and Thomas More (born in Dublin on May 28th 1779- Sloperton died February 25, 1852) is an Irish poet. Biography He traveled in Europe, particularly in Venice, where Byron entrusted his diary. Between 1820 and 1822 he was welcomed in Sèvres near Paris by the family of Martin de Villamil. He is particularly known for his poems such as The Minstrel Boy (In) or the last rose of summer (in) which, set to music by John Stevenson (in), are popular and were often repeated. In 1849, he falls into senile dementia and died in Sloperton, 25 February 1852. Thomas More and Thomas More (born in Dublin on May 28th 1779- Sloperton died February 25, 1852) is an Irish poet. Dangerous Liaisons, a topical novel about the safe handling and virtual relationships? This epistolary novel meets the correspondence of a large number of characters. Two of them, the Marquise de Merteuil and the Vicomte de Valmont, indulge in a kind of duel libertine Valmont seduces women for his pleasure, to compete with the Marquise, and to please him. This young widow plays his seduction and intrigue to make men suffer: her lovers and also those who love other women. She wants to avenge her sex it considers oppressed by men. We discover the tragedies they cause by the letters they write or than write their many victims. As there is no narrator, many things are left to the interpretation of the reader, especially the true feelings of the two manipulators. Pierre Ambroise François Choderlos de Laclos was born in Amiens October 18, 1741 and died in Taranto September 5, 1803, is a French soldier and writer. Military career Second son of a secretary to the stewardship of Picardy and Artois, in a family of recent dress, it is forced by his father to join the army, although promotion prospects are limited, since it chooses artillery weapon technology suitable for his mathematical mind. It is recognized in 1760 at the Royal School of Artillery of La Fere - ancestor of the Polytechnic. He was appointed successively lieutenant in 1761 and then a second lieutenant in 1762. Dreaming of conquest and glory, he is assigned to the Brigade of the colonies, stationed at La Rochelle. But the Treaty of Paris in 1763, ending the Seven Years War. Without war, the young lieutenant de Laclos is forced to stifle his ambitions in a dull garrison life: the 7th Artillery Regiment of Toul in 1763, where he became a Freemason lodge in the Union, in Strasbourg 1765-1769, to Grenoble from 1769 to 1775 and then from 1775 to Besançon 1776. That year, affiliated with the Paris lodge Henri IV, he became the Venerable Master. Arrived in the Hauts grades of Freemasonry, it will create its own chapter, the Candor. Appointed captain at the age in 1771 - will remain so for seventeen years until the eve of the Revolution - that artilleryman, cold and logician, the subtle mind, bored among his rude soldiers. To care, he devoted himself to literature and writing. His early pieces, light verse, are published in the Almanac of the Muses. Based on a novel by Marie Jeanne Riccoboni, he wrote a pretty bad comic opera Ernestine, the Chevalier de Saint-Georges-loading of the score. This work will not only disastrous performance, July 19, 1777 before Queen Marie Antoinette.