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Si tant de papillons se brûlent les ailes, c'est que leur nature les oblige à vivre sans parents qui les fassent profiter de leur expérience comme cela se passe chez les humains. Ceux-ci semblent donc favorisés à première vue mais, en y regardant mieux, le privilège risque d'être ambigu. Ainsi en e ...more

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Leduc was born in Arras, Pas de Calais, France, the illegitimate daughter of a servant girl, Berthe. In Valenciennes, the young Violette spent most of her childhood suffering from an ugly self-image and from her mother's hostility and overprotectiveness.

Her formal education, begun in 1913, was interrupted by World War I. After the war, she went to a boarding school, the Collège de Douai, where she experienced lesbian affairs with a classmate and a music instructor who was fired over