Sophie de Senneterre Renneville 1772 - 1822
January 25, 2009
Sophie de Senneterre Renneville 1772 - 1822 was a French feminist writer who lived in Paris and was a close friend of Melanie Hahnemann.
Melanie Hahnemann was a close friend of the Princess de Salm Dyke, who in 1808 together with the Countess of Beaufort and Sophie de Senneterre Renneville, published a journal Athene des Dames as a forum for discussion for women.
She wrote to support her ruined family many books for young people: Letters of Octavia (1806), Stanislas, King of Poland (1807); Galleries virtuous women (1808); Tales to my daughter and my little boy (1811); Stories for Children (1820); demoiselles of Mythology (1821); etc.. ”
As the introduction to the biography of illustrious women (In Paris, at Parmantier, Libraire Dauphine Street No. 14. 1825) a certain MG executor of the late Madame de Renneville reviews materials Sophie had prepared for The Biographical Dictionary for the Youth… on the main institutions, manners and customs of old.