By 24 August 1878
AMFR privately published her first book, a volume of forty-five short lyrics entitled A Handful of Honeysuckle
, with a dedication to her parents (who funded it in lieu of a coming-out ball).
AMFR published her fourth volume of poetry, An Italian Garden, A Book of Songs
, a slim collection generally considered her finest work.
AMFR provided an introduction for a travel book by Henriette Renan (sister of the well-known writer Ernest
): Souvenirs et impressions: Pologne, Rome, Allemagne, voyage en Syrie
9 February 1944
AMFR died at Aurillac
in the Auvergne
, where she had lived since early in the Second World War.