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Marie d'Agoult (1805–1876)

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Marie, comtesse d'Agoult, also used the pen name Daniel Stern (works are aliased from there to this page).

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Marie de Flavigny was born in Frankfurt, the daughter of a French émigré aristocrat and his German wife. She was educated at home and in a French convent. In 1827, she married Charles, comte d'Agoult, with whom she had two daughters. A few years later, she met and fell in love with Franz Liszt. Marie d'Agoult left her husband for Liszt and the couple had a stormy nine-year affair and three children. After a bitter parting, Marie continued her writing and re-opened her Paris salon, which became a gathering place for literary and political elites.
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Marie, comtesse d'Agoult, also used the pen name Daniel Stern (works are aliased from there to this page).

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