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She was married to the philosopher Max Stirner from 1843 to 1846. After divorcing she moved to London, and in 1852 to Australia. After returning to England she joined a Catholic commune, where she was found by Stirner's biographer John Henry Mackay, but refused to talk about her ex-husband and claimed, "Stirner was a very sly man whom she had neither respected nor loved, and claiming that their relationship together had been more of a cohabitation than a marriage". She died in 1902 in London.
- Special issue "Meinem Liebchen Marie Dähnhardt" of the German journal Der Einzige. Vierteljahresschrift des Max-Stirner-Archivs Leipzig, nr. 33/34 (February/May 2006).
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