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Mathilde


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Mathilde Cottrelly (1851—1933)

Mathilde Blind (1841—1896) poet and biographer

Caroline Mathilde

Mathilde Carré (1910—1970)

Mathilde Verne (1865—1936) pianist and piano teacher

Mathilde Wesendonck (1828—1902)

Mathilde Marchesi (1821—1913)

Lichtenegger, Mathilde

Mathilde Monnier (b. 1959)

Princess Mathilde

Princesse Mathilde (1820—1904)

 

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A pupil at the Pensionnat Heger, who replied affectionately to a letter from Charlotte Brontë in c.July 1844. Modest, and nervous about her imminent piano performance on Mme Heger's fête-day ...

Subjects: Literary Studies (19th Century).


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