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Noailles, Anna lisabeth de Brancovan, comtesse de

Noailles, Anna lisabeth de Brancovan, comtesse de n ?l?zb?t d? brNkvN kNt?s d? n??y? [key], 1876?1933, French poet, daughter of a noble Romanian family. She was renowned for the brilliant gatherings at her home. Her turbulent romantic lyrics of love and nature, many of which appeared in the Revue des Deux Mondes, were gathered in Le C?ur innombrable (1901), L'Ombre des jours (1902), and Pomes d'enfance (1928). She also wrote short stories, sensuous novels including La Nouvelle Esprance (1903) and Le Visage merveill (1904), and an autobiography (1932).

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