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Miller, the publisher of the The Woman Who Sold the World, the last page of her short story she wrote before the end of the war. Miller died in London on 6 Sept. 1940. She was 85 when she died at St. Nicholas cemetery, the only other person to die in London since 1885 in Berlin was an American at the time. She was also an accomplished poet and noted social philosopher. It is said that the greatest artisans and philosophers ever lived were those who made and maintained these laws, she wrote, writing the novel in the same year as the Paris Commune. Miller was most known as a celebrated French novelist, and she also served as a French ambassador to her home country of Belgium. On 29 April 1942, the country of Belgium was renamed France. The title became synonymous with woman of conscience, the author, mother and lover of the man. In a letter to her family members of her death, Miller wrote that her death has brought us so much joy. Our life has been a beautiful one. You are all loved. She was married with three children. Her daughter, Anna Ann Miller, was later a professor of German literature at Boston University. We were able to meet in Paris the next day, to discuss the death of Elizabeth R Miller with a great sense of happiness.

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