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Nélida is a novel by Marie d'Agoult, a "thinly disguised fictional account" of her four-year affair with composer Franz Liszt, and a succès de scandale when first published in 1846. Marie later wrote several more novels as well as a distinguished history of the French Revolution of 1848.

The film Lisztomania was based in part on director Ken Russell's interpretation of the novel.

  • Nélida. Brussels: Meline, Cans et Compagnie, 1846.

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  • "Marie d'Agoult" at Encyclopedia of 1848 Revolutions
  • d'Agoult, Marie (1846, 2003 edition). Nélida. State University of New York Press. ISBN 0-7914-5912-8.  Check date values in: |date= (help)