Louise-Victorine Choquet Ackermann

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Louise-Victorine Ackermann (née Choquet) (30 November 1813 – 2 August 1890) was a French poet.

She was born in Nice, but spent her younger days in more rural surroundings near Montdidier, south-east of Amiens. In 1829 her father, having undertaken her early education, in the philosophy of the Encyclopaedists, sent her to school in Paris; in 1838 Victorine Choquet went to Berlin to study German, and there married in 1843 Paul Ackermann, an Alsatian philologist. After little more than two years of happy married life her husband died, and Madame Ackermann went to live in Nice with a favorite sister. In 1855 she published Contes en vers, and in 1862 Contes et poésies.

Very different from these simple and charming contes is the work on which Madame Ackermann's real reputation rests. She p ...

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