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Laure Junot, Duchesse d’Abrantés (1784–1838)

Laure Junot (zhü-nō’), pseudonym of Laure de St. Martin-Permon, Duchess d’Abrantés; born in Montpellier, 1784; died at Paris, June 6?, 1838. She married one of Napoleon’s generals, and after his death was compelled, by financial embarrassments, to take up literature. ‘Recollections of Napoleon, the Revolution, the Directory, the Consulate, the Empire, and the Restoration’ is her most enduring work.