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104 The Marquise de Tencin (1682–1749) (natural mother of d’Alembert, and a successful novelist), her b ; 275 HIM — True; but you have no idea how unimportant I think method and instructions are. If you need a manual, you won’t get very far. Geniuses read little, do a lot, and are their own creators.
GUERIN de TENCIN 1682-1749 Alexandrine Madame de Tencin; GUÉRIN de VAUX 1765-1842, daughter of Etienne Roland and Elisabeth BOUDET, married to Denis Marie de MAY in 1797. GUIANVARC'H 1916, daughter of Goulven and Jeanne Louise REFLOC'H, married to Francis BERVAS in 1938. GUIOT du PONTEIL 1840, daughter of Karl and Wilhelmine von SCHWERIN.
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Madame Bouvillon (see fig. 55), a personage from Scarron’s novel, the Roman ... The Marquise de Tencin (1682–1749) (natural mother of d’Alembert, and a successful novelist), her brother the Cardinal and his secretary, the Abbé Trublet (for whom see above n. 28). A descent into bathos, from great generals to a secretary and cleric, who was an object of scornful fun. Mlle Anne …
edited by marian hobson. translated by kate e. tunstall and caroline warman. music researched and played by the conservatoire national supÉrieur de musique et de danse de paris under the direction of pascal duc a multi-media bilingual edition
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