Sylvia Maklès  

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Sylvia Bataille (sometimes written Silvia Bataille), born Sylvia Maklès, was a French actress (Partie de campagne) born November 1 1908 in Paris, died December 23 1993 in Paris.

She was the wife of Georges Bataille and later Jacques Lacan. She was the sister of Rose Maklès, who was married to André Masson and of Simone Maklès (wife of Jean Piel).



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