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Therese Bentzon *

a.k.a. Marie-Therese Blanc (nee) Solms, Madame Blanc *

Author Code: FTHB

Born: Sep. 21, 1840 - Seine-et-Oise, France

Died: (?) 1907 - Paris, France

Educated at local schools and by her grandparents, Bentzon became fluent in German, Greek and Latin at an early age. She married Louis Blanc in 1856 and had a son, but the marriage came to an end after 3 years. In order to support herself and her son, she began to write and contributed articles to newspapers and magazines. With the help of George Sand and Victor Cherbuliez, she became a literary critic at Revue des Deux Mondes. She adopted the pseudonym of Bentzon, her mother's maiden name, and published much of her work through the Revue. In 1893, she was sent to America by the magazine in order to report on the condition of women there. She traveled extensively in America, meeting many notable and eminent people. On her return to France, her travel articles were collected in book form and published as Condition of Woman in the U.S.;A Traveller's Notes (1896), which became an instant best-seller. Over the years, Bentzon also translated numerous works into French including those by Dickens, Harte, Aldrich and Ouida. Her other works include Le Roman d'un Muet (1873), Remorse (1878), Georgette (1880), Tony (1884), Constance (1891), Love's Atonement (1892) and Jacqueline (1893).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
FTHB001 Jacqueline 1893 127 685k eBook Download PDF - 'Jacqueline' (FTHB001) Find a printed copy of Jacqueline by Therese Bentzon * at AbeBooks

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