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  • Man'ha Garreau-Dombasle, born Germaine Massenet (June 11, 1898 – August 4, 1999), was the French-American singer, actress and director Arielle Dombasle's grandmother. She was born in Calais and died in Deauville. Garreau-Dombasle was a writer, a poet as well as a translator. Among others, she translated her friend Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 into French. He later dedicated his 1972 novel, The Halloween Tree, to her: "With love for Madame Man'ha Garreau-Dombasle met twenty-seventh years ago in the graveyard at midnight on the Island of Janitzio at Lake Pátzcuaro, Mexico, and remembered on each anniversary of the Day of the Dead." (en)
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  • Man'ha Garreau-Dombasle, born Germaine Massenet (June 11, 1898 – August 4, 1999), was the French-American singer, actress and director Arielle Dombasle's grandmother. She was born in Calais and died in Deauville. (en)
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  • Man'ha Garreau-Dombasle (en)
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