Claire de Duras

French writer

1777 or 1778   -   1828

country of citizenship: France
native language: French
occupation: salonnière, writer

Claire, Duchess of Duras (née de Kersaint; 1777–1828) was a French writer best known for her 1823 novel called Ourika, which examines issues of racial and sexual equality, and which inspired the 1969 John Fowles novel The French Lieutenant's Woman.
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works

3

Olivier ou le Secret

livre de Claire de Duras

author: Claire de Duras

1971

Ourika

novel by Claire de Duras

author: Claire de Duras

1823

Édouard

roman de Claire de Duras

author: Claire de Duras

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