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Marguerite Audoux (1863–1937)

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Inkluderar namnet: AUDOUX MARGUERITE

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Vedertaget namn
Audoux, Marguerite
Namn enligt folkbokföringen
Donquichote, Marguerite
Födelsedag
1863-07-07
Avled
1937-01-31
Begravningsplats
Cimetière de Saint-Raphael, Var, France
Kön
female
Nationalitet
France
Land (för karta)
France
Födelseort
Sancoins, France
Dödsort
Saint-Raphael, France
Bostadsorter
Paris, France
Utbildning
Hôpital général, Bourges, Cher, France (Orphelinat)
Yrken
novelist
tailor
journalist
Relationer
Alain-Fournier (Ami)
Gide, André (Ami)
Mirbeau, Octave (editor)
Genevoix, Maurice (Ami)
Philippe, Charles-Louis (ami)
Fargue, Léon-Paul (ami) (visa alla 7)
Jourdain, Francis (ami)
Kort biografi
Marguerite Donquichote, who took her mother's surname Audoux in 1895, was born into a family of day laborers. Her mother died when she was a toddler and her father abandoned her, and she was raised by an aunt and in an orphanage at Bourges. At age 14, she was put to work on a farm. At night, she took refuge in reading. She fell in love with a local boy, but his parents would not permit them to marry. She moved to Paris and was earning her living as a seamstress and laundress when she developed eye problems that made it necessary for her to change professions. She had been doing some fiction and memoir writing and was encouraged to continue by Michel Yell (Jules Iehl), a friend of André Gide, and a circle of young writers, intellectuals, and artists, including Charles-Louis Philippe, Léon-Paul Fargue, Léon Werth, and Francis Jourdain. The result was a runaway bestseller, the semi-autobiographical novel Marie Claire (1911), which received one of the first Prix Femina awards and later lent its name to the women's magazine Marie Claire. Marie Audoux published stories in periodicals such as Matin and Paris Journal. She wrote three more novels, L’Atelier de Marie-Claire (1920), De la ville au moulin (1926), and Douce Lumière (posthumously in 1937), though none that became as successful as the first.

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Un texte exceptionnel qui allie force, poésie et simplicité en de courts paragraphes.
Aucun misérabilisme dans ce récit d'une petite fille qui quitte l'orphelinat religieux pour garder les agneaux dans une ferme en Sologne.
Marguerite Audoux autodidacte et autrice née qu'admirait Octave Mirbeau.
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marievictoire | 1 annan recension | Aug 10, 2023 |
Un texte exceptionnel qui allie force, poésie et simplicité en de courts paragraphes.
Aucun misérabilisme dans ce récit d'une petite fille qui quitte l'orphelinat religieux pour garder les agneaux dans une ferme en Sologne.
Marguerite Audoux autodidacte et autrice née qu'admirait Octave Mirbeau.
 
Flaggad
marievictoire | 1 annan recension | Aug 22, 2022 |

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Verk
13
Även av
1
Medlemmar
66
Popularitet
#259,059
Betyg
4.0
Recensioner
2
ISBN
39
Språk
3

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