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Summary: Mathilde Alanic is a French writer, born on January 10, 1864 in Angers (Maine-et-Loire) and died on October 20, 1948 (at the age of 84) in Angers. She is the daughter of an entrepreneur in the Rue Bressigny in Angers. She was a pupil of Bergson at the Ecole Supérieure des Lettres in Angers. She wrote her first texts at the age of 11, then short stories under the pseudonym of Miranda in the Revue de l'Anjou and Parisian magazines, which allowed her to be noticed. Her first novel, Le Maître du Moulin Blanc, is published in La Petite Illustration of 1898. She then chains about thirty novels, mainly sentimental.
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