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Author photo. Credit: Arnold Genthe, 1921 (Arnold Genthe Collection, LoC Prints and Photographs Division, LC-G4085- 0401)

Credit: Arnold Genthe, 1921 (Arnold Genthe Collection, LoC Prints and Photographs Division, LC-G4085- 0401)

Georgette Leblanc (1875–1941)

Author of The Children's Blue Bird

Includes the names: Leblanc Georgette, Georgette Leblanc-Maeterlinck

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Georgette Leblanc was born into a cultured French family and was the sister of novelist Maurice Leblanc. After first working as an actress, she studied music and made her professional opera debut in 1893 at the Opera Comique in Paris as Françoise in "L’Attaque du moulin." A friend of Margaret Anderson and Jean Cocteau, Georgette Leblanc also was the longtime lover of playwright Maurice Maeterlinck. She wrote children’s books and several volumes of autobiography including "La Machine à Courage" (1947).
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