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People/Characters: Isabelle de Charrière / Belle van Zuylen

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Belle van Zuylen 1740 - 1805 Leven op afstand by Simone Dubois
Belle van Zuylen ontmoet Cagliostro by Ethel Portnoy
Boswell in Holland, 1763-1764, including his correspondence with Belle de Zuylen (Zélide) by James Boswell
Correspondance (1787-1805) by Benjamin Constant
French Women Writers by Eva Martin Sartori
Madame De Charriere: Letters from Switzerland by James Chesterman
Mortal wounds by Anthony West
The Other Enlightenment: How French Women Became Modern by Carla Hesse
The portrait of Zélide by Geoffrey Scott
Rebels en beminnelijk : brieven van Belle van Zuylen-madame de Charrière aan Constant d'Hermenches, James Boswell, Benj by Isabelle de Charrière
Romans de femmes du XVIIIe siècle by Madame de Tencin
There Are No Letters Like Yours: The Correspondence of Isabelle de Charriere and Constant d'Hermenches (European Women Writers) by Isabelle De Charriere
Tirade 201 : Belle van Zuylen / Isabelle de Charrière by G.A. van Oorschot

Character description

Belle van Zuylen (1740-1805), a Dutch-born writer, is better known as Isabelle de Charriére. She was a major writer and thinker on Enlightenment society and politics, with a particular interest in the equality of women.


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