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Azalaïs d'Arbaud

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Occupation  Writer
Nationality  French
Died  1917
Language  Occitan
Citizenship  France
Children  Joseph d'Arbaud Berthe d'Arbaud

Azalaïs d'Arbaud (née Marie-Azalaïs Valère-Martin; 1834-1917) was a French writer in the Occitan language. She lived in Meyrargues, Bouches-du-Rhône. She worked at Amarna Prouvençau, and in 1860 wrote Madaleno e lou tavan Rous (the first poem written by a woman and included in the Amarna since its creation in 1855). La Dourgueto followed in 1862. In 1888, she was awarded the first prize at the Jeux Floraux at Digne for l'Anello d'or. Arbaud was the wife of Count Felix Arbaud; she was the mother of the poet Joseph d'Arbaud and a daughter, Berthe.

Selected works

  • Madaleno e lou tavan
  • La Dourgueto
  • Lis amouro de ribas (1863)
  • References

    Azalaïs d'Arbaud Wikipedia


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