Maria Flechtenmacher (born Maria Mavrodin; 1838–1888) was a Romanian writer, publicist and pedagogue, married to composer . She was born to Costache and Anicăi Mavrodin, and educated in private girls schools. In 1850-1853, she was active as an actress, and after her marriage, she continued as a teacher in declamation at the Elena Doamna. In 1871, she published her own poems, Poezii şi proză. From 1878 to 1881, she was the editor of the women's magazine and a spokesperson for women's rights.

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  • Maria Flechtenmacher (born Maria Mavrodin; 1838–1888) was a Romanian writer, publicist and pedagogue, married to composer . She was born to Costache and Anicăi Mavrodin, and educated in private girls schools. In 1850-1853, she was active as an actress, and after her marriage, she continued as a teacher in declamation at the Elena Doamna. In 1871, she published her own poems, Poezii şi proză. From 1878 to 1881, she was the editor of the women's magazine and a spokesperson for women's rights. (en)
  • Maria Flechtenmacher (born Maria Mavrodin; 1838–1888) was a Romanian writer, publicist and pedagogue. Her parents were Costache and Anicăi Mavrodin. She was educated in private girls schools. In 1850-1853, she was active as an actress, and after her marriage to the composer , she continued as a teacher in declamation at the Elena Doamna. In 1871, she published her own poems, Poezii şi proză. From 1878 to 1881, she was the editor of the women's magazine and a spokesperson for women's rights. (en)
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  • Maria Flechtenmacher (born Maria Mavrodin; 1838–1888) was a Romanian writer, publicist and pedagogue, married to composer . She was born to Costache and Anicăi Mavrodin, and educated in private girls schools. In 1850-1853, she was active as an actress, and after her marriage, she continued as a teacher in declamation at the Elena Doamna. In 1871, she published her own poems, Poezii şi proză. From 1878 to 1881, she was the editor of the women's magazine and a spokesperson for women's rights. (en)
  • Maria Flechtenmacher (born Maria Mavrodin; 1838–1888) was a Romanian writer, publicist and pedagogue. Her parents were Costache and Anicăi Mavrodin. She was educated in private girls schools. In 1850-1853, she was active as an actress, and after her marriage to the composer , she continued as a teacher in declamation at the Elena Doamna. In 1871, she published her own poems, Poezii şi proză. From 1878 to 1881, she was the editor of the women's magazine and a spokesperson for women's rights. (en)
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