The style of charles perrault’s tales and their reflection of the period in which the writer lived


  • Barchinoy Absattarovna Daniyorova Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages


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Perrault was born January 12, 1628 in Paris to a wealthy bourgeois family, the seventh child of Pierre Perrault and Paquette Le Clerc. He attended very good schools and studied law before embarking on a career in government service, following in the footsteps of his father and elder brother Jean. He took part in the creation of the Academy of Sciences as well as the restoration of the Academy of Painting. In 1654, he moved in with his brother Pierre, who had purchased the position of chief tax collector of the city of Paris. When the Academy of Inscriptions and Belles-Lettres was founded in 1663, Perrault was appointed its secretary and served under Jean Baptiste Colbert, finance minister to King Louis XIV.


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Daniyorova, B. A. (2021). The style of charles perrault’s tales and their reflection of the period in which the writer lived. Science and Education, 2(10), 324-328. Retrieved from