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  • As Dominique Aury, she was a renowned writer, translator and resident critic for the venerable French publishing house Gallimard; but most of those who know her by either of these names likely knew her first as Pauline Réage, the pseudonymous author of the erotic novel HISTOIRE D'O THE STORY OF O, first published in 1954.

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  • As Dominique Aury, she was a renowned writer, translator and resident critic for the venerable French publishing house Gallimard; but most of those who know her by either of these names likely knew her first as Pauline Réage, the pseudonymous author of the erotic novel HISTOIRE D'O THE STORY OF O, first published in 1954.

    Anne Desclos at 100

  • But D'O, the mentor of the fleet, against whose counsel he had been expressly ordered by the King never to act, opposed the project of another attack with such disdainful determination, that the Comte had no course open but to give way.

    Court Memoirs of France Series — Complete

  • Soon after, upon this example, they were accorded to D'O.

    Court Memoirs of France Series — Complete

  • He then told me the story he had learned of D'O ------, who, being intimate with your kinswoman, had informed M. de Guise of it, that he might apprise us.

    Court Memoirs of France Series — Complete

  • The conjugate foci must therefore lie upon this circumference, at D 'and O'; and since D'O 'is perpendicular to DO,

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 803, May 23, 1891

  • A list of them had been carefully drawn up, which the sire D'O, quartermaster of the guards, read out.

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 10

  • Come away, D'O, he will soon have enough on his hands without us.

    The Chaplet of Pearls

  • The fact is, he had been assisted a little by a great connoisseur, a celebrated French nobleman, Count D'O ---- y, who had been one of the guests.

    Coningsby

  • The next day, Henri took four bouillons in bed instead of two, and then sent for MM. de Villeguie and D'O to come to his room, to speak about a new financial edict.

    The Forty-Five Guardsmen

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