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Amélie Rives Troubetzkoy (1863–1945)

Troubetzkoy, Mrs. Amélie (Rives) (Chanler) (trö-bets’koi). An American novelist; born in Virginia, Aug. 23, 1863; died in 1945. She lived abroad after her second marriage. She wrote: ‘A Brother’ to Dragons, and Other Tales’ (1888); ‘The Quick or the Dead?’ (1888); ‘Barbara Dering’; ‘The Witness of the Sun’; ‘Herod and Mariamne: Drama’; ‘Virginia of Virginia’; ‘Athelwold’; ‘Augustine the Man,’ a drama (1906); ‘Golden Rose’ (1908); ‘Pan’s Mountain’ (1910).