Clarisse Bader

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Clarisse Bader (1840–1902)[1] was a French writer.

She was the author of Femme Grecque: Etude de la vie antique ((French) "Greek Woman: Study of Ancient Life") (1872),[2] La femme française dans les temps modernes ((French) "The French woman in modern times") (1883), for which she was celebrated by the Académie française,[1] Le comte de Chambrun, ses Etudes politiques et litteraires ((French) "The Count of Chambrun, his political and literary studies")[2] (1889) and Women in ancient India: Moral and Literary Studies.[3] She is a Gutenberg author and many of her works are still in print.


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