Louis Ramé

Standard Name: Ramé, Louis
Used Form: Louis Rame

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Family and Intimate relationships Ouida
Ouida 's father, Louis Ramé , disappeared. It was assumed that he had been killed in the Paris street-fighting which preceded and followed the two sieges of this year.
Jordan, Jane. “Ouida: The Enigma of a Literary Identity”. Princeton University Library Chronicle, No. 1, pp. 75 - 105.
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Family and Intimate relationships Ouida
Ouida 's father, Louis Ramé —he was originally from France—had moved in the 1830s to Bury St Edmunds, where he taught French intermittently. He was rumoured, though without conclusive evidence, to have been a...
Instructor Ouida
Her father was also important in her education, encouraging her interest in history, politics (from a liberal standpoint), and the writings of Balzac and Stendhal . She wrote in an early diary, I must study...
Textual Features Ouida
In it she recorded her attitudes toward her education, her home in Bury St Edmunds, her father 's extended absences, and her visits to London and France.
Stirling, Monica. The Fine and the Wicked: The Life and Times of Ouida. Coward-McCann, 1958.
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Nadel, Ira Bruce, and William E. Fredeman, editors. Dictionary of Literary Biography 18. Gale Research, 1983.
18: 241
Travel Ouida
The child Ouida , with her mother, left England for Boulogne on the coast of France, where they spent a number of weeks visiting her father, Louis Ramé , and were introduced to Laetitia Christine Bonaparte .
Stirling, Monica. The Fine and the Wicked: The Life and Times of Ouida. Coward-McCann, 1958.
30
Nadel, Ira Bruce, and William E. Fredeman, editors. Dictionary of Literary Biography 18. Gale Research, 1983.
18: 241

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