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Author: Agoult, Marie d'

Pseudonyms:Stern, Daniel
Spouse/other names:Flavigny, Marie de
Year of birth:1805
Year of death:1876
About her personal situation:standardizingjul12svd: Origin - Location where born : Francfort - Living in Italy and Paris - Location where died : Paris National identity • Nationality : French • First languages : French and German Marital status : - married (comte d'Agoult) - liaison with Franz Liszt Number of children : 1 daughter (Blandine) Social class : noblewoman Educated: at home Religion/ideology : unknown

Relations to other authors: Acquaintance of Sand, George
Acquaintance of Toussaint, Anna Louisa Geertruida

Friend of Belgioioso, Cristina Trivulzio di &&&
Friend of Alton Jaubert, Caroline d'
Friend of Colban, Adolphine Marie

About her professional situation:standardizingjul12svd: Publishing under: - pseudonym: male (Daniel Stern) Profession(s) and activities: - Fiction writer - Writer for children - Historian - Salonnière (Clark 59) - Journalist - Philosopher Languages in which she published : - French Collaboration/connections with women authors: - George Sand, who encouraged her (Clark 52) - Bosboom-Toussaint (letters exchanged -Reeser, Briefwiss., 1990, 82) Collaboration/connections with male authors : unknown Financial aspects : - living by her pen (Stephens 134)
Elements of bibliography:MENTIONED IN: - Henri Carton, Histoire des femmes ecrivains de la France, 1886 - Jacquinet, Les femmes de France poètes et prosateurs, 1886 - Larnac, Histoire de la littérature féminine en France, 1921 - Beauvoir, Deuxième sexe, 1949 (ed.Folio 1976, p. 549, 556, 558, 564, 577) - Buck, Guide to women's literature, 1992: "Although she was wary of Saint Simonian feminism, there is evidence of a feminist conciousness at work in at least two of her texts, Essai sur la liberté (1847) and Esquisses morales (1849) in which she denounces sexual inequality and argues for feminine emancipation through education". "Barbey d'Aurevilley described her as a 'intellectual Amazon, devoid of not one but two breasts' and as a 'traitor to her sex'". Cf. - Stephens 133/4 - Correspondance générale, éd. Charles F. Dupêchez (Slatkine 2003): t. I 1821-36 - Correspondance / Marie d’Agoult, George Sand ; édition établie, présentée et annotée par Charles F. Dupêchez, Paris, Bartillat, 1995. - Chantal Bertrand-Jennings, Un autre mal du siècle. Le romantisme des romancières, 1800-1846. Toulouse 2005. - Phyllis Stock-Morton, “Daniel Stern, historian”, in Karen Offen (ed.), Women in European Culture and Society, special issue of History of European Ideas 8 (1987), p.489-501. - Linda L. Clark, Women and Achievement in 19th-C Europe, CUP, 2008, pp. 52-3, 59, 163 - Marie Octave Monod, Daniel Stern, Comtesse d’Agoult. De la Restauration à la IIIe République, etc. [With plates, including portraits.], pp. 313, Paris, 1937. - Alfred De Vigny, Emile Ollivier, Princesse De Belgiojoso, De Mme D’Agoult et de Liszt : ), Paris, Grasset, 1941
Websites: Bio via Celebration of WW

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Works written by this author

E 1 *Livre de l´enfance: instruction religieuse de la mère à ses enfants [Catholic Mother Speaks to Her Children] (1865)
E 2 *Marie d'Agoult, the author ()
E 3 Histoire de la Révolution de 1848 (1869)
E 4 Histoire de la Révolution française, racontée aux enfants du peuple (1851)
E 5 Histoire des Commencements de la République des Pays Bas (1872)
E 6 Jeanne d'Arc, drame historique en prose (1857)
E 7 Mes souvenirs, 1806-1833 (1877)
E 8 Nélida (1846)
E 9 Pouvoir et liberté (1855)
E 10 Recueil de prières, de méditations et de lectures tirées des Oeuvres de Saints-Pères, des écrivains et orateurs sacrés [Sacred prayers and meditations] (1866)

Authors read by this author

Xreception 1 Lambert, Juliette   -   Idées anti-proudhoniennes sur l'amour, la femme et le mariage