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Isabelle Eberhardt was a famous Adventurer from England, who lived between February 17, 1877 and October 21, 1904.


Isabelle Eberhardt was a French-language writer and journalist. She was born in Geneva by Russian parents died in a controlled flooding in the garrison town of Ain-Sefra in Algeria. She has written travel essays, short stories, articles and an unfinished novel.

Isabelle Eberhardt traveled in North Africa dressed as man. She operated with a variety of male identity, but eventually only used the pseudonym Mahmoud Saadi. She had for its time remarkably close contact with local people, often marginalized as a prostitute or poor vagabonds. She married an Algerian officer in the French service, Slimane Ehni. She converted to Islam. Isabelle Eberhardt may have been the first European who was admitted as a member of a Sufi brotherhood. Her literature is strongly influenced by a desire to travel, explore and discover while it contains strong elements of the inner journey through Islamic mysticism, Sufism. She is regarded as the world's first female war correspondent for his reports from the border between Algeria and Morocco, where the colonial power France were advancing.

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She is born under the zodiac aquarius, who is known for Knowledge, Humanitarian, Serious, Insightful, Duplicitous. Our collection contains 3 quotes who is written / told by Isabelle.

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Famous quotes by Isabelle Eberhardt (3)

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"I am not afraid of death, but would not want to die in some obscure or pointless way"
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"A nomad I will remain for life, in love with distant and uncharted places"
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"One must never look for happiness: one meets it by the way"