1804, Aug 21872, Sep 11
a prolific French writer. She was a daughter of M. de Courtiras, and early married the Marquis de Saint-Mars. After the loss of her fortune, she took to writing. On her remarking that she wished to write under an assumed name, that of her favorite dog, “Dash,” was suggested, which she adopted. In many years she produced five to six novels. Her themes are mainly from the beau monde and deal with the travails of love.
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