Marthe Bibesco

Marthe Bibesco

Marthe, Princess Bibesco (Marthe Lucie; née Lahovary; 28 January 1886 – 28 November 1973) was a Romanian-French writer of the Belle Époque. Bibesco's papers are at the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin.

Read more about Marthe BibescoEarly Life, Before World War I, Literary Glory, Exile

Other articles related to "marthe bibesco, marthe, bibesco":

Marthe Bibesco - Exile
... from Romanian detention in 1958, and allowed passage to Britain, where Marthe, now totally dependent on her writing for money, bought them a home, the Tullimaar residence at ... Academy of French Language and Literature, on the seat previously held by Anna de Noailles (née Bibesco, princess Bassaraba de Brancovan) ... Marthe cherished the 1962 award of the Légion d'honneur ...
Mogoşoaia Palace
... The Palace was to a large extent rebuilt in the 1920s by Marthe Bibesco ... The Palace had been given to Princess Marthe Bibesco by her husband, Prince George Bibesco, who later also deeded the land to her ... During the second world war, Prince Antoine Bibesco (a cousin of George Bibesco) and his wife Elizabeth Bibesco, refused to flee the country despite their outspoken anti-fascist opinions ...

Famous quotes containing the words bibesco and/or marthe:

    Being in a hurry is one of the tributes he pays to life.
    —Elizabeth Asquith Bibesco (1897–1945)

    Little Marthe did it again today.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)