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Author: Fauque, Marianne-Agnès Pillement de

Spouse/other names:Falques; Fauque de La Cepede; Fauques de Vaucluse
Year of birth:1721
Year of death:1773
About her personal situation:- dates d'après Buck, Guide; Cat.BnF: 1720? - 1785? - née près d'Avignon, forcée d'entrer au couvent, prouve nullité de ses voeux, puis partie à Paris (La Porte) (*VOEUX=FORCES, *ARRIVEE=DANS=CAPITALE) Standardizingoct12svd Origin • Location where born : Avignon • Location where died : National identity • Nationality : French • First language(s) : French Marital status : - single [?] Number of children : Social class : - Not yet checked Education: - Not yet checked Religion [/ideology]: - Catholic

Languages:English - French
Relations to other authors:

About her professional situation:Standardizingoct12svd Publishing under: - Not yet checked Profession(s) and activities : - Fiction writer Languages in which she published : - French Collaboration/connections with male authors : - Not yet checked Financial aspects of this woman’s career: - Not yet checked Memberships - Not yet checked
Elements of bibliography:Mentioned in: - La Porte 1769 V, 203-248 - Boudier de Villemert 1779 - Briquet 1804 - Carton 1886, p. 174 - Mornet, Introduction Nouvelle Héloïse, 1925 - Buck, Guide to women's literature, 1992: "She succeeded in having her vows annulled after ten years of convent life. Rejected by her family she moved to Paris where she began writing".
Websites: List La Porte
New SIEFAR Dictionnaire Briquet
New SIEFAR Boudier de Villemertt

Editors: Emma van den Eynde (update on 12 December 2009)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 05 July 2010)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 05 January 2012)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 22 October 2012)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 28 October 2012)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 30 December 2012)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 30 December 2012)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 30 December 2012)

Works written by this author

E 1 *Marianne-Agnès Pillement de Fauque, the author ()
E 2 Abassaï, histoire orientale (1753)
E 3 Contes du sérail, traduits du turc (1753)
E 4 Dialogues moraux et amusants, en anglais et français, pour l'instruction de la jeunesse, par Madame Fauques de Vaucluse. [Moral and entertaining dialogues.] (1777)
E 5 Frédéric le Grand au Temple de l'Immortalité (1758)
E 6 L'Histoire de Madame la marquise de Pompadour, traduite de l'anglais (1759)
E 7 La dernière guerre des bêtes, fable pour servir à l'histoire du XVIIIe siècle (1758)
E 8 Le triomphe de l'amitié, ouvrage traduit du grec par mademoiselle de **. (1751)
E 9 Les Zélindiens ()
E 10 Les transmigrations d'Hermès ()
E 11 Mémoires de Mademoiselle d'Oran, ou les préjugés trop bravés et trop suivis (1755)
E 12 Nouvelles fables, avec une traduction de quelques sonnets choisis de Pétrarque et une romance (1772)
E 13 The Vizirs or the Enchanted Labyrinth. An oriental tale (1774)

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