16681716, Sep 9
an aristocratic French writer of the late 17th century. She most likely spent most of her childhood in Paris. In 1697 she published Memoirs of the Countess of M***, a two-volume collection of false "memoirs" which was meant as a response to Charles de Saint-√Čvremond's 1696 book Memoirs of the Life of Count D*** before his Retirement, which had portrayed women as incapable of virtue and fickle. Murat's book was successful and was even translated into English.
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