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Valérie de Gasparin

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Valérie Boissier, comtesse de Gasparin (13 September 1813 - 1894) was a Swiss woman of letters. She was a spokeswoman in topics such as freedom, equality and creativity.
She was born at Geneva. She was the wife of Agénor de Gasparin. She lived a great part of her life in the canton of Vaud, Switzerland, and was a prolific writer on religion, social topics and travel. She was conspicuous as an opponent of religious and social innovations.
In addition to a number of translations of English and American authors, she published:
Several of her books were translated into English, the books of 1859 being read very widely in the United States in their English form.