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Marguerite Audoux (1863–1937)

Author of Marie Claire

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Marguerite Donquichote, who took her mother's surname Audoux in 1895, was raised by an aunt and in an orphanage at Bourges.
She moved to Paris and was earning her living as a seamstress in Paris when she developed eye problems that made it necessary for her to change professions. She had been doing some fiction writing and was encouraged to continue by a group of young writers -- the result was a runaway bestseller, the semi-autobiographical novel Marie Claire (1911). Marie Audoux published stories in periodicals such as Matin and Paris Journal, and wrote other novels, though none that became such overnight successes as the first.
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