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Marthe De Kerchove De Denterghem - Biography
... She engaged in several charities and founded the Cercle des Dames Libérales ... In 1921, she and Jane Brigode founded the Union des femmes liberales de l’arrondissement de Bruxelles and in 1923 they founded, together with Alice De Keyser-Buysse the National Federation of ... of the National Council of Women' (Conseil National des Femmes Belges - CNFB) which had been founded by Marie Popelin in 1904 and in 1935 she succeeded Marguerite Van de Wiele as its President ...
Pierre Gustave Eugene Staal
... He entered the workshop of painter Paul Delaroche at the École des Beaux-Arts in 1838, and then learned engraving with Adolphe Varin in 1845 ... He provided the artwork for several engraved works (Les Femmes de M ... de Balzac, types, caractères et portraits, 1851 Chants et chansons by Pierre Dupont, 1851-59) for illustrated periodicals (Musée des familles, Magasin pittoresque) for novels ...
Desirée Gay
... in 1831 joining the followers of utopian socialist Henri de Saint-Simon ... The following year, with Marie Reine Guindorff, she founded the Tribune des femmes, in reaction to the exclusion of women from decision making among the ... as the head of the division of the National Workshop of Cour des Fontaines, but the workshops were only for female textile workers, and paid starvation wages ...
Hélène Cixous - Bibliography - Essays
... L'Exil de James Joyce ou l'Art du remplacement (doctoral thesis), Grasset, 1969 ... Prénoms de personne, Le Seuil, 1974 ... (translation by Sally Purcell of L'exil de James Joyce ou l'Art du remplacement) ...

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