Roger Bontemps - Vienne, Isère
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Roger Bontemps is semi-mythical French figure who personifies a state of leisure and freedom from care. According to Pierre-Jean de Béranger, Roger Bontemps is the epitome of "Never say die". The figure first appears as a literary character in Le Livre du Cuers d'Amours Espris (The Book of the Love-Smitten Heart) attributed to René of Anjou (1409 1480), also known as "Good King René". In this allegory of love, written ca. 1457 77, "Rogier Bon Temps" is the only character who refuses to surrender his heart to the God of Love. "Roger Bontemps" is said to have been the nickname of Roger de Collery (c. 1470 1540), who was a priest and secretary of the Bishop of Auxerre. He was famous for his jovial personality, and presided over a convivial society at Auxerre, earning the facetious title the "Mad Abbot". He left some writings in prose and verse, which are known from 1536 and were reprinted in 1856 by Charles Héricault.