|Birth Day||July 18, 1845|
|Birth Place||Ploujean, France|
|Age||174 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Mar 1, 1875 (age 29)|
Nineteenth-century French poet who published his verse in an 1873 edition of Les amours jaunes.
He suffered from depression and was disfigured by rheumatism.
He died at only twenty-nine years old from tuberculosis.
He was born to Marie-Angelique-Aspasie Puyo, a member of the French bourgeoisie, and Antoine-Edouard Corbiere, an author.
He was delivered from obscurity by Paul Verlaine's praise of his work.