Reproduction of the original: Jacqueline by Therese Bentzon
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About the Author
Marie Thérèse Blanc, better known by the pseudonym Thérèse Bentzon (1840 - 1907) was a French journalist, essayist, and novelist, for many years on the staff of the Revue des Deux Mondes. She was born at Seine-Port, Seine-et-Marne, a small village near Paris, traveled widely in the United States, and wrote of American literature and social conditions, as well as translating works by Charles Dickens, Bret Harte, Ouida, Aldrich, and Mark Twain. She was considered one of the greatest living French female novelists.