Roy de Clotte Le Barillier, Berthe (1868–1927)

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Roy de Clotte Le Barillier, Berthe (1868–1927)

French poet and novelist. Name variations: Berthe Le Barillier or Berthe-Corinne Le Barillier; (pseudonym) Jean Bertheroy. Born July 4, 1868 in Bordeaux, France; died 1927.

Wrote about 50 novels, some gothic, some historical, some salacious, some modern; works include Vibrations (1888), Cléopatre (1891), Ximénès (1893), La Danseuse de Pompéi (1899), Les Délices de Mantoue (1906), and Sybaris (1907). Received 3 awards from Académie Française.

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