- Category : Writers-Fiction
- Type : GP
- Profile : 6/2 - Role Model / Hermit
- Definition : Single
- Incarnation Cross : LAX Demands 2
German noted figure, Comtesse d'Agoult, daughter of the Comte de Flavigny. She married 20-year older Count Charles d'Agoult in 1827 and became a member of Parisian society.
Independent and willful, in 1834 she ran away with Franz Listz, with whom she had three kids. He had no income and they separated after five years, reconciled, and had a final separation in 1844. Their daughter Blandine married Emile Olivier who became Napoleon III's minister, and daughter Cosima married pianist Hans von Bulow, divorced to become Richard Wagner's second wife. Marie was friends with George Sand and shared her views. She published an autobiographical novel in 1846, "Nelinda," plus other books and articles. Under a pseudonym, she wrote "History of the Revolution of 1848."
D'Agoult died 3/05/1876, Paris.