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    (January 23, 1783-March 23, 1842)
    Born in Grenoble, France
    Birth name was Marie Henri Beyle
    Wrote the novels 'The Red and the Black' (1830) and 'The Charterhouse of Parma' (1839)
    He wrote, 'I wanted to cover my mother with kisses and that there not be any clothing.... I always wanted to give them to her on the breast.'
    After losing his hair at an early age, he wore a purplish wig.
    He caught syphilis from a prostitute.
    He was expelled from Milan as a subversive (1828).
    He used over a hundred pen names.
    He served in the French army during the Napoleonic wars.
    He was a pioneer of realism in literature.
    In 'The Second Sex,' Simone de Beauvoir praised his empathy for women in his novels.

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