From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
Marceline appearred as an actress and singer in Douai, Rouen, the 'Opéra-Comique' in Paris, and 'Théâtre de la Monnaie in Brussels, where she notably played Rosine in Beaumarchais's le Barbier de Séville. She retired from the stage in 1823.
Her poetry is also known for being dark and depressing which reflects her troubled and hard-luck life.
She died in Paris.
- Élégies et romances (1819)
- Elégies et Poésies nouvelles (1825)
- Poésies Inédites (1830)
- Les Pleurs (1833)
- Pauvres Fleurs (1839)
- Bouquets et prières (1843)
- Poésies posthumes (1860, posthumous)