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Ouida (Marie Louise de la Ramée) (1839–1908)

Ouida (wē’dä), pseudonym of Louise de la Ramée; an English novelist of French extraction; born at Bury St. Edmunds, 1839; died in Italy, in 1908. She published: ‘Held in Bondage’ (1863); ‘Strathmore’ (1865); ‘Chandos’ (1866); ‘Cecil Castlemaine’s Gage’; ‘Idalia’; ‘Under Two Flags’ (1867); ‘Tricotrin’ (1868); ‘Puck’ (1870); ‘Folle Farine’ (1871); ‘A Dog of Flanders’; ‘A Leaf in the Storm’ (1872); ‘Pascarel’ (1873); ‘Bebée; or, Two Little Wooden Shoes’ (1874); ‘Signa’ (1875); ‘In a Winter City’ (1876); ‘Ariadne’ (1877); ‘Friendship’ (1878); ‘Moths’ (1880); ‘Pipistrello’ (1880); ‘A Village Commune’ (1881); ‘In Maremma’; ‘Bimbi’ (1882); ‘Wanda’; ‘Frescoes’ (1883); ‘Princess Napraxine’ (1884); ‘Othmar’; ‘A House Party’; ‘Guilderoy’; ‘Syrlin’; ‘A Rainy June’; ‘Don Gesualdo’ (1890); ‘Moufflou’; ‘The Nürnberg Stove’; ‘The Tower of Taddeo’; ‘The Silver Christ’; ‘The New Priesthood’ (1893); ‘Views and Opinions’ (1895); ‘Critical Studies.’ (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).