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Who was Madame de Stael?
Madame de Stael was a very important person in France even before the revolution. A writer, she was a very respected leader in society. She, like all the other aristocrats, had been forced out of France during the reign of terror. Is there anything else I can add to this.

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    Also, she disliked Napoleon and bravely criticized him and the things he did. Napoleon then, prevented people from visting her, even her friend Madame Jeanne.

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    You should include most of the information in the first paragraph of this site.

    http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/stael.htm

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    Is this better?
    Madame de Stael was a very important person in France even before the revolution. She was a French-Swiss writer, woman of letters, early champions of women's right, who was believed to be Napoleon's major rival, and spent most of her life in exile. She didn't just gain fame with her books or her salon for leading scholars, but with her many affairs. she was a very respected leader in society. She, like all the other aristocrats, had been forced out of France during the reign of terror.

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    That's right -- but you should put more of it in your own words.

    She was not Napoleon's rival. She worked against Napoleon.

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    Madame de Stael was a very important person in France even before the revolution. She was a French-Swiss writer, woman of letters, early champions of women's right, who was thought be mainly against Napoleon. Also, she spent most of her life in exile. She didn't only gain fame by her salons, or writngs, she mostly gained it by many of the affairs she had. she was a very respected leader in society. She, like all the other aristocrats, had been forced out of France during the reign of terror.

    Is this better, I tried putting some words in my own ones.

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    Yes, that's much better. :-)

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    Thank you so much:-)

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    You're very welcome.

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