Sibylle Aimée Marie-Antoinette Gabrielle de Riquetti de Mirabeau, Comtesse de Martel de Janville (16 August 1849 – 28 June 1932) was a French writer who wrote under the pseudonym Gyp. She was born at the château de Coëtsal near Plumergat, in the département of the Morbihan, in Brittany, her father, Joseph-Arundel de Riquetti, comte de Mirabeau, 1820–1860, being the great-grandson of Victor de Riquetti, marquis de Mirabeau (Mirabeau Père), noted 18th-century economist, and grandnephew of Honoré Mirabeau the celebrated revolutionary orator. In view of her later opinions, it is interesting to remember that Sibylle was actually descended from Octave Mirabeau's royalist younger brother, André-Boniface-Louis de Riquetti, vicomte de Mirabeau, (1754–1792) known as Mirabeau-Tonneau because of his n

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  • Sybille Riquetti de Mirabeau, par son mariage comtesse de Martel de Janville, plus connue sous le nom de plume de Gyp, est une romancière française, née au château de Coëtsal à Plumergat le 15 août 1849 et morte le 28 juin 1932 à Neuilly-sur-Seine. (fr)
  • Sibylle Aimée Marie-Antoinette Gabrielle de Riquetti de Mirabeau, Comtesse de Martel de Janville (16 August 1849 – 28 June 1932) was a French writer who wrote under the pseudonym Gyp. She was born at the château de Coëtsal near Plumergat, in the département of the Morbihan, in Brittany, her father, Joseph-Arundel de Riquetti, comte de Mirabeau, 1820–1860, being the great-grandson of Victor de Riquetti, marquis de Mirabeau (Mirabeau Père), noted 18th-century economist, and grandnephew of Honoré Mirabeau the celebrated revolutionary orator. In view of her later opinions, it is interesting to remember that Sibylle was actually descended from Octave Mirabeau's royalist younger brother, André-Boniface-Louis de Riquetti, vicomte de Mirabeau, (1754–1792) known as Mirabeau-Tonneau because of his notorious embonpoint, who famously broke his sword in front of France's Revolutionary Assembly (where he represented the nobility of the Limousin) while bitterly crying out: "now that The King is giving up his kingdom, a nobleman no longer needs a sword to fight for him!" Although, in her memoires, "Gyp" stated that she had been born on August 15, which happens to have been Napoleon Bonaparte's birthday, her birth certificate reads "morning of August 16, 1849", according to her biographer, W. Z. Silvermann. At her father's request, the name on her birth certificate was revised to read "Sibylle Aimée Marie Antoinette Gabrielle". Sibylle's mother, the comtesse de Mirabeau, née de Gonneville (1827–1903) was also a writer, who contributed to Le Figaro. In 1869, Sibylle married count Roger de Martel de Janville, by whom she had three children. Gyp wrote humorous sketches and novels which brazenly denounced her own fashionable society as well as the French republic's political class. She hated republicanism, populist democracy, and party shenanigans; supported Boulanger; and was a fanatical anti-Semite & anti-Dreyfusard; in fact, while testifying at a court case in 1899 she gave her profession as "anti-Semite" rather than "writer". She began with some articles in La Vie parisienne in February 1877, then in La Revue des Deux Mondes. Starting in 1880, she began to publish in book form, under the pseudonym of Gyp, a total of more than 120 works, many highly successful: Petit Bob, (1882), Les Chasseurs, Un trio turbulent, Autour du mariage (1883), Ce que femme veut (1883), Sans voiles (1885), Autour du divorce (1886), Dans le train (1886), Mademoiselle Loulou (1888), Bob au salon (1889), L'éducation d'un prince (1890), Passionette (1891), Oh! la grande vie (1891), Une Election à Tigre-sur-mer (1890), based on Gyp's experience supporting a boulangiste candidate, Marriage civil (1892), Ces bons docteurs (1892) De haut en bas (1893), Le Mariage de Chiffon (1894), Leurs âmes (1895), Le Cœur d'Ariane (1895), Le Bonheur de Ginette (1896), Totote (1897), Lune de miel (1898), Israel (1898), L'Entrevue (1899), Le Pays des champs (1900), Trop de chic (1900), Le Friquet (1901), La Fée (1902), Un Mariage chic (1903), Un Ménage dernier cri (1903), Maman (1904), Le Cœur de Pierrette (1905), Les Flanchards (1917), Souvenirs d'une petite fille (1927–1928), etc. Her best-known work is probably Le Mariage de Chiffon, filmed in 1942 by Claude Autant-Lara. Because of her unpopular opinions, the comtesse was the victim of several attempts on her life as well as of a sensational kidnapping. Gyp, self-styled "last of the Mirabeaus", died at Neuilly-sur-Seine on 28 June 1932. (en)
  • Sibylle Aimée Marie-Antoinette Gabrielle de Riquetti de Mirabeau, Gräfin de Martel de Janville (* 16. August 1849 auf der Burg Coëtsal bei Plumergat, im Departement Morbihan, Bretagne; † 28. Juni 1932 in Neuilly-sur-Seine) war eine französische Schriftstellerin, die ihre Werke unter dem Pseudonym „Gyp“ veröffentlichte. Sie war Tochter des Grafen Mirabeau, Joseph-Arundel de Riquetti (1820–1860), und der Gräfin de Gonneville (1827–1903). 1869 hat Sibylle den Grafen Roger de Martel de Janville geheiratet. Sie wurde Mutter von drei Kindern. Ihren Salon in Neuilly-sur-Seine besuchten u.a. Robert de Montesquiou, Marcel Proust, Edgar Degas, Maurice Barrès, Anatole France, Paul Valéry, Alphonse Daudet und Jean-Louis Forain. Gyp verfasste viele Romane, meistens mit satirischem Inhalt. Ihre politischen Anschauungen waren extrem konservativ geprägt. Sie hasste Republikaner und Juden. So begrüßte sie wohlwollend die Verurteilung von Alfred Dreyfus.Ihre ersten Artikel erschienen im Februar 1877 in La Vie parisienne, etwas später in La Revue des Deux Mondes.Ab 1880 erschienen ihre Romane in Buchform unter dem Decknamen „Gyp“. Insgesamt verfasste sie 120 Romane. (de)
  • Era la pronipote di Mirabeau. (it)
  • ジィップ(Gyp)ことマルテル・ジャンヴィル伯爵夫人シビル・エーメ・マリ=アントワネット・ガブリエル・ド・リケティ・ド・ミラボー(Sibylle Aimée Marie-Antoinette Gabrielle de Riquetti de Mirabeau, Comtesse de Martel de Janville、1849年8月16日 – 1932年6月28日)はフランスの作家。Gypはジップ、ジープとも表記される。 貴族出身。父の曽祖父はミラボー侯爵ヴィクトール・ド・リケティ(Victor de Riqueti, marquis de Mirabeau)で、オノーレ・ミラボー(ミラボー伯爵オノレ・ガブリエル・ド・リケッティ)は父の伯叔祖父(大おじ)に当たる。 国粋主義者であった。 (ja)
  • Sibylle Aimée Marie-Antoinette Gabrielle Riquetti de Mirabeau, após o casamento Condessa de Martel, que usou em literatura o pseudônimo Gyp, foi uma romancista francesa nascida em Coétsal, perto de Plumergat (Bretanha) em 16 de agosto de 1849 e falecida em 28 de junho de 1932, em Neuilly-sur-Seine. (pt)
  • Sibylle Aimée Marie-Antoinette Gabrielle de Riquetti de Mirabeau, księżna de Martel de Janville (ur. 16 sierpnia 1849 w zamku Coëtsal koło Plumergat, w departamencie Morbihan, Bretania, zm. 28 czerwca 1932 w Neuilly-sur-Seine) – francuska powieściopisarka używająca pseudonimu „Gyp“. Była córką księcia Mirabeau, Josepha-Arundela de Riquetti (1820–1860), i księżnej de Gonneville (1827–1903). W roku 1869 Sibylle została żoną księcia Rogera de Martel de Janville. W małżeństwie urodziło się troje dzieci. Gyp napisała wiele powieści o charakterze satyrycznym. Była skrajną konserwatystką, nienawidziła republikanów, Żydów, poparła skazanie Alfreda Dreyfusa. W jej salonie w Neuilly-sur-Seine bywali m.in. Robert de Montesquiou, Marcel Proust, Edgar Degas, Maurice Barrès, Anatole France, Paul Valery, Alphonse Daudet i Jean-Louis Forain. Jej pierwsze artykuły ukazały się w La Vie parisienne w lutym 1877, potem w La Revue des Deux Mondes.Od roku 1880 publikowała książki pod pseudonimem „Gyp”. Łącznie wydała 120 książek. (pl)
  • Жип (фр. Gyp), настоящее имя: графиня де Мартель (comtesse de Martel), урожд. Сибиль Эме Мария-Антуанетта Габриель Рикетти де Мирабо (фр. Sibylle Gabrielle Riquetti de Mirabeau; 1849—1932) — французская писательница. Опубликовала больше ста романов и новелл, в которых в юмористических тонах обрисовала жизнь французской аристократии и буржуазии в конце XIX — начале XX века. Сама она держала салон в Нейи, недалеко от Парижа, посещаемый литературной элитой того времени. Среди её постоянных гостей бывали граф Робер де Монтескью, Марсель Пруст, Поль Бурже, Альфонс Доде, Анатоль Франс, графиния Анна де Ноай и др. Во время Дела Дрейфуса, она стала на сторону реваншизма против Германии. Романы Жип переводились на русский язык и пользовались популярностью в России. В настоящее время они забыты. (ru)
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  • Sybille Riquetti de Mirabeau, par son mariage comtesse de Martel de Janville, plus connue sous le nom de plume de Gyp, est une romancière française, née au château de Coëtsal à Plumergat le 15 août 1849 et morte le 28 juin 1932 à Neuilly-sur-Seine. (fr)
  • Era la pronipote di Mirabeau. (it)
  • ジィップ(Gyp)ことマルテル・ジャンヴィル伯爵夫人シビル・エーメ・マリ=アントワネット・ガブリエル・ド・リケティ・ド・ミラボー(Sibylle Aimée Marie-Antoinette Gabrielle de Riquetti de Mirabeau, Comtesse de Martel de Janville、1849年8月16日 – 1932年6月28日)はフランスの作家。Gypはジップ、ジープとも表記される。 貴族出身。父の曽祖父はミラボー侯爵ヴィクトール・ド・リケティ(Victor de Riqueti, marquis de Mirabeau)で、オノーレ・ミラボー(ミラボー伯爵オノレ・ガブリエル・ド・リケッティ)は父の伯叔祖父(大おじ)に当たる。 国粋主義者であった。 (ja)
  • Sibylle Aimée Marie-Antoinette Gabrielle Riquetti de Mirabeau, após o casamento Condessa de Martel, que usou em literatura o pseudônimo Gyp, foi uma romancista francesa nascida em Coétsal, perto de Plumergat (Bretanha) em 16 de agosto de 1849 e falecida em 28 de junho de 1932, em Neuilly-sur-Seine. (pt)
  • Sibylle Aimée Marie-Antoinette Gabrielle de Riquetti de Mirabeau, Comtesse de Martel de Janville (16 August 1849 – 28 June 1932) was a French writer who wrote under the pseudonym Gyp. She was born at the château de Coëtsal near Plumergat, in the département of the Morbihan, in Brittany, her father, Joseph-Arundel de Riquetti, comte de Mirabeau, 1820–1860, being the great-grandson of Victor de Riquetti, marquis de Mirabeau (Mirabeau Père), noted 18th-century economist, and grandnephew of Honoré Mirabeau the celebrated revolutionary orator. In view of her later opinions, it is interesting to remember that Sibylle was actually descended from Octave Mirabeau's royalist younger brother, André-Boniface-Louis de Riquetti, vicomte de Mirabeau, (1754–1792) known as Mirabeau-Tonneau because of his n (en)
  • Sibylle Aimée Marie-Antoinette Gabrielle de Riquetti de Mirabeau, Gräfin de Martel de Janville (* 16. August 1849 auf der Burg Coëtsal bei Plumergat, im Departement Morbihan, Bretagne; † 28. Juni 1932 in Neuilly-sur-Seine) war eine französische Schriftstellerin, die ihre Werke unter dem Pseudonym „Gyp“ veröffentlichte. Sie war Tochter des Grafen Mirabeau, Joseph-Arundel de Riquetti (1820–1860), und der Gräfin de Gonneville (1827–1903). 1869 hat Sibylle den Grafen Roger de Martel de Janville geheiratet. Sie wurde Mutter von drei Kindern. (de)
  • Sibylle Aimée Marie-Antoinette Gabrielle de Riquetti de Mirabeau, księżna de Martel de Janville (ur. 16 sierpnia 1849 w zamku Coëtsal koło Plumergat, w departamencie Morbihan, Bretania, zm. 28 czerwca 1932 w Neuilly-sur-Seine) – francuska powieściopisarka używająca pseudonimu „Gyp“. Była córką księcia Mirabeau, Josepha-Arundela de Riquetti (1820–1860), i księżnej de Gonneville (1827–1903). W roku 1869 Sibylle została żoną księcia Rogera de Martel de Janville. W małżeństwie urodziło się troje dzieci. (pl)
  • Жип (фр. Gyp), настоящее имя: графиня де Мартель (comtesse de Martel), урожд. Сибиль Эме Мария-Антуанетта Габриель Рикетти де Мирабо (фр. Sibylle Gabrielle Riquetti de Mirabeau; 1849—1932) — французская писательница. Во время Дела Дрейфуса, она стала на сторону реваншизма против Германии. Романы Жип переводились на русский язык и пользовались популярностью в России. В настоящее время они забыты. (ru)
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