Agnes Mary Frances Duclaux

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Agnes Mary Frances Robinson, known after her first marriage as Agnes-Marie-François Darmesteter, and after her second as Agnes Mary Frances Duclaux born in Leamington Hastings (England) on February 27, 1857 - died in Aurillac (France) on February 9, 1944, was an English writer and scholar on many subjects connected with France and French literature, and a poet.

She was educated in Brussels and at University College, London. Her first marriage in 1888 was to James Darmesteter. She married Emile Duclaux of the Pasteur Institute in 1901.[1]

She wrote nearly 30 books; her Collected Poems appeared in 1901. Arden: A Novel was published in 1888, La Vie de Emile Duclaux in 1907. Images & Meditations, a book of poems was first published in 1923 by T. Fisher Unwin Ltd., London.


  1. ^ "ROBINSON, Agnes Mary Frances (Mme. Duclaux)". Who's Who, 59: p. 1501. 1907. 

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