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Henry Gréville (12 October 1842 in Paris – 1902), pen name for Mrs. Alice Durand, born Fleury, was a French writer.
The daughter of a professor, she accompanied her father to St. Petersburg, studied languages and science and married Émile Durand, a French law professor at Petersburg, with whom she returned to France in 1872.
Gréville had already published novels in St. Petersburg journals: A travers des champs and Sonia, and continued her production in France, first with the novels Dosia (1876) and L'Expiation de Savéli (1876), depicting Russian society. Dosia was awarded the Montbon prize and saw many editions. Her books were translated in many European languages.
- A travers des champs
- La Fille de Dosia (1876)
- L'Expiation de Savéli (1876)
- La Princesse Oghérof (1876)
- Les Koumiassine (1877)
- Suzanne Normis (1877)
- La Maison de Maurèze (1877)
- Les Épreuves de Raïssa (1877)
- L'Amie (1878)
- Un violon russe (1879)
- Lucie Rodey (1879)
- Le Moulin Frappier (1880)
- La cité Ménard (1880)
- Madame de Dreux (1881)
- Rose Rozier (1872)
- Un crime (1884)
- Idylle.... (1885)
- Cléopâtre (1886)
- Zitka or the Trials of Raissa no date stamp on the paperback from Royal Publishing Company.
- "Aurette" (1891)
- Works by Henry Gréville at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about Henry Gréville at Internet Archive
- Works by or about Mrs. Alice Durand at Internet Archive
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