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A man of many talents/ the man of many talents

Yes, "the man of man talents" can be used to describe such a man in the abstract, generally. "You are the man of many talents" could be paraphrased "You're the proverbial man ...
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A man of many talents/ the man of many talents

The phrase is "a man of many talents," not simply "man of many talents." This is known as a set-phrase, and is meant to be written or spoken verbatim. I'm not finding much in the ...
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A man of many talents/ the man of many talents

I'd say nah you can't cos it sounds wrong BUT... if you are saying it and put emphasis on the word 'the' or you put the word 'the' in capitals like you did it works because it shows you are doing it ...
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Indefinite article before an underscore

P.S. As suggested by the commenters, the answer depends on whether the underscore is voiced or silent, with which I agree. Then the question is, what would be a common reading practice: to spell it ...
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