Marie-Catherine d' Aulnoy
Standard Name: Aulnoy, Marie-Catherine d'
Birth Name: Marie-Catherine Lejumel de Barneville
Married Name: Marie-Catherine La Mothe
Titled: Marie-Catherine La Mothe, baronne d'Aulnoy
Titled: Marie-Catherine La Mothe, comtesse d'Aulnoy
Indexed Name: Countess Daulnoy
Indexed Name: Madame D'Aulnoy
Used Form: Madame d's Aulnoy
Used Form: a person of quality
Used Form: the Countess d'Anois
Used Form: the Countess of Dunois
England in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century, as well as her native France. She belonged in the popular tradition, as is shown by the constant reshuffling of her writings, complete or in part, sometimes spliced with the writings of others. Where no copies of a particular printing survive, they were probably read to pieces. New translations in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century show her continuing importance to women writing in English., novelist or historical romance-writer, travel-writer, author of fairy tales and scandal fictions, was highly influential in each of these roles in
Aulnoy, Marie-Catherine d’. Hypolitus, Earl of Douglas. James Woodward, 1708.
Aulnoy, Marie-Catherine d’, and Delarivier Manley. Memoirs of the Court of England. B. Bragg, 1707.
Aulnoy, Marie-Catherine d’. The Diverting Works of the Countess d’Anois. John Nicholson, John Sprint, and Andrew Brown for Samuel Burrows, 1707.
Aulnoy, Marie-Catherine d’ et al. The Fairy Tales of Madame d’Aulnoy. Translators Macdonell, Annie and Miss Lee, Lawrence and Bullen, 1892.
Aulnoy, Marie-Catherine d’. The History of Adolphus, Prince of Russia. R. T. , 1691.
Aulnoy, Marie-Catherine d’. The Ingenious and Diverting Letters of the Lady — Travels into Spain. Samuel Crouch, 1692.
Manley, Delarivier, and Marie-Catherine d’ Aulnoy. “The Lady’s Pacquet of Letters”. Memoirs of the Court of England, B. Bragg, 1707.
Aulnoy, Marie-Catherine d’. The Novels of Elizabeth Queen of England. Translator Hickman, Spencer, Vol.
2 vols., Mark Pardoe, 1681.