(Marguerite Suzanne) Marcelle Tinayre - Encyclopedia




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"[MARGUERITE SUZANNE] MARCELLE TINAYRE (1872), French novelist, was horn at Tulle, Correze, in 1872. She was educated at Bordeaux and Paris, and in 1889 married the painter Julien Tinayre. Her earliest novel was Avant l'Amour (1897); but the one by which she is best known is La Maison du Peelle (1902). Her later works include La Rebelle (1905); La Consolatrice (1907); Madeleine au Miroir (1912); L'Ombre de l'Amour (1910); La Douceur de Vivre (1911); and Le Depart; Aeut, 1914 (1915). She also published in 1910 a book of travels, Notes d'une Voyageuse en Turquie.

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