Coralie van den Cruyce

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Coralie Adéle van den Cruyce (1796–1858) was a Belgian writer, feminist and poet.

Among her work was the plays Les orphelins de la grande armée (1834) och Les Violettes (1836). In Bas-bleus, she defended the right of women to express themselves as writers against contemporary critic. She was married to the noble officier Eugene-Francois-Auguste Pompée de Felix de la Motte and a leading member of Brussels aristocratic life.[1]

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  1. ^ "Dictionnaire des femmes belges". google.se. Retrieved 8 February 2016.