ID 1243
Last Name du Crest de Saint-Aubin
First Name Stéphanie Félicité
Title Comtesse de Genlis
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1746-01-25
Date of Death 1830-12-31
Place of Birth Issy-l’Évêque
Place of Death Paris
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/71391471
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stéphanie_Félicité,_comtesse_de_Genlis
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/6e/Madame_de_Genlis_1780.jpg
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Titles

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Role Title Date
Author Placide, A Spanish Tale. In Two Vols. Translated from Les Battuécas, of Madame de Genlis. By Alexander Jamieson. 1817
Author Zuma, or The tree of Health. To which are added, The Fair Pauline,—Zeneida,—The Reeds of the Tiber,—and The Widow of Luzi. By Madame de Genlis. 1818
Author Zuma, or The Tree of Health. To which are added, The Fair Pauline,—Zeneida,—The Reeds of the Tiber,—and The Widow of Luzi. By Madame de Genlis. 1818
Author The New Aera; or, Adventures of Julien Delmour: Related by Himself. In Four Volumes. By Madame de Genlis. 1819
Author The palace of truth: a moral tale. Translated from the French of Madame la Comtesse de Genlis. 1819
Author The Tales of the Castle; or, stories of instruction and delight, translated from the French of Madame de Genlis by Thomas Holcroft. A new edition. In four volumes. 1819
Author Petrarch and Laura, By Madame de Genlis. Translated from the French. 1820
Author Petrarch and Laura. By Madame de Genlis. Translated from the French. 1820
Author Mary, the maid of the inn; an affecting narrative; detailing the history of her youthful days; the singular way she discovers her lover to be a robber and murderer; he is apprehended and committed for trial; the distress of Mary, on being compelled to give evidence against her lover, through which he is convicted and executed; she loses her reason, her forlorn and destitute wanderings, until she is found frozen to death. From the poem by Robert Southey. 1821
Author Mary, the maid of the inn; an affecting narrative; detailing the history of her youthful days; the singular way she discovers her lover to be a robber and murderer; he is apprehended and committed for trial; the distress of Mary, on being compelled to give evidence against her lover, through which he is convicted and executed; she loses her reason, her forlorn and destitute wanderings, until she is found frozen to death. From the poem by Robert Southey 1823
Author Memoirs of the Countess de Genlis, Illustrative of the History of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Written by herself. 1825
Author Mary, the maid of the inn; an affecting narrative; detailing the history of her youthful days; the singular way she discovers her lover to be a robber and murderer; he is apprehended and committed for trial; the distress of Mary, on being compelled to give evidence against her lover, through which he is convicted and executed; she loses her reason, her forlorn and destitute wanderings, until she is found frozen to death. From the poem by Robert Southey 1828

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