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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Countess Dash (1804–1872)

Dash, Countess (däsh), pseudonym of Gabrielle Anne Cisterne de Courtiras, Vicomtesse de Saint-Mars. A French novelist (1804–72); born at Poitiers. She was a prolific writer of stories of life in high society; among them: ‘Bussy-Rabutin’s Amours’; ‘Gallantries of the Court of Louis XV.’; ‘Last Amours of Mme. du Barry’; ‘Adventures of a Young Married Woman.’