Louise d'Épinay

Mme d'Épinay by [[Jean-Étienne Liotard '''Louise Florence Pétronille Tardieu d'Esclavelles d'Épinay (11 March 1726 – 17 April 1783), better known as Mme. d'Épinay''', was a French writer, a ''saloniste'' and woman of fashion, known on account of her liaisons with Friedrich Melchior, Baron von Grimm, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, who gives unflattering reports of her in his ''Confessions'', as well as her acquaintanceship with Denis Diderot, Jean le Rond d'Alembert, Baron d'Holbach and other French men of letters during the Enlightenment. She was also one of many women referenced in Simone de Beauvoir's ''The Second Sex'' as an example of noble expansion of women's rights during the 18th century. Provided by Wikipedia
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