Reybaud, Fanny (1802–1871)

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Reybaud, Fanny (1802–1871)

French novelist. Name variations: Henriette Arnaud or H. Pierre Arnaud; Henriette Reybaud; Fanny-Henriette Reybaud; Madame Reybaud; (pseudonym) Mme Charles Reybaud. Born Henriette Étienette Fanny Arnaud, 1802, in Aix, France; died Jan 1, 1871; m. M(arie) R(och) L(ouis) Reybaud (1799–1879, writer and politician).

Writings include Clémentine et Félise, Edouard Mongeron, Gabrielle, L'oncle César, La dernière bohémienne, Lazarilla, Le cabaret de Gaubert, Le Moine de Chaalis, Mademoiselle de Malepeire, Mémoires d'un garde de Paris, and Sans dot; also wrote Les Épaves (1838), a story that influenced Hans Christian Andersen's play Mulatten (The Mulatto).

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