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Mémoires inédits de Mademoiselle George

by Marguerite Weimer

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Mémoires inédits de Mademoiselle George publiés d'après le manuscrit original.
Marguerite-Joséphine Weimer, dite Mademoiselle George, née à Bayeux le 24 février 1787 et morte à Passy le 12 janvier 1867 est une actrice française. Si l'on en croit Victor Hugo, Théophile Gautier, Alexandre Dumas père, Eugène de Mirecourt et autres témoignages, elle aura été la tragédienne qui a jeté le plus vif éclat sur la scène française.
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