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Baron Jacques d'Adelswärd-Fersen was a novelist and poet; his fame is based on a mid-century fictionalised biography by Roger Peyrefitte. In 1903 a scandal involving Parisian schoolboys made him persona non grata in the salons of Paris and dashed his marriage plans, after which he took up residence in Capri at Villa Lysis with his longtime lover, Nino Cesarini. He became one of the many "characters" of the island in the interwar years, featuring in novels by Compton MacKenzie others.

Baron Jacques d'Adelswärd-Fersen was a novelist and poet; his fame is based on a mid-century fictionalised biography by Roger Peyrefitte. In 1903 a scandal involving Parisian schoolboys made him persona non grata in the salons of Paris and dashed his marriage plans, after which he took up residence in Capri at Villa Lysis with his longtime lover, Nino Cesarini. He became one of the many "characters" of the island in the interwar years, featuring in novels by Compton MacKenzie others.

Baron Jacques d'Adelswärd-Fersen was a novelist and poet of the early 20th century; his fame is based on a mid-century fictionalised biography by Roger Peyrefitte. In 1903 a scandal involving Parisian schoolboys made him persona non grata in the salons of Paris and dashed his marriage plans, after which he took up residence in Capri with his longtime lover, Nino Cesarini. He became one of the many "characters" of the island in the interwar years, featuring in novels by Compton MacKenzie…

Baron Jacques d'Adelswärd-Fersen was a novelist and poet of the early 20th century; his fame is based on a mid-century fictionalised biography by Roger Peyrefitte. In 1903 a scandal involving Parisian schoolboys made him persona non grata in the salons of Paris and dashed his marriage plans, after which he took up residence in Capri with his longtime lover, Nino Cesarini. He became one of the many "characters" of the island in the interwar years, featuring in novels by Compton MacKenzie…

"Untitled—She Lives Better Than Any Princess!" Obviously written before her marriage to Count Albrect Eduard von Bismarck, the grandson of the Iron Duke. Something of a gigolo and the secretary of Mr. Harrison Williams in the years before he died, how Mona met "Eddie" - topless, in Capri - is the stuff of Hollywood. Mona garnered barrels of ink from the world's press, yet her demise went unnoticed in the New York Times. "All glory is fleeting."

"Untitled—She Lives Better Than Any Princess!" Obviously written before her marriage to Count Albrect Eduard von Bismarck, the grandson of the Iron Duke. Something of a gigolo and the secretary of Mr. Harrison Williams in the years before he died, how Mona met "Eddie" - topless, in Capri - is the stuff of Hollywood. Mona garnered barrels of ink from the world's press, yet her demise went unnoticed in the New York Times. "All glory is fleeting."

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Med inStyle will help you to organize a bespoke marriage proposal. We will guide you to select the right destination, the most exclusive spot, an exquisite restaurant and a romantic hotel! Your get away and marriage proposal in Italy will remain in your memories as a unique experience! Let us take all of the stress from you and make sure your event is unforgettable. #Capri #ProposalPlanner

Baron Jacques d'Adelswärd-Fersen (1880–1923) French novelist & poet. The family steel furnaces had become profitable enough to make Jacques d'Adelswärd a rich & 'eligible' bachelor when he inherited at the age of 22. In 1903 a scandal involving school pupils made him persona non grata in the salons of Paris, & shed dashed his marriage plans; after which he took up residence in Capri with his long-time lover, Nino Cesarini. His house was eventually christened Villa Lysis

Baron Jacques d'Adelswärd-Fersen (1880–1923) French novelist & poet. The family steel furnaces had become profitable enough to make Jacques d'Adelswärd a rich & 'eligible' bachelor when he inherited at the age of 22. In 1903 a scandal involving school pupils made him persona non grata in the salons of Paris, & shed dashed his marriage plans; after which he took up residence in Capri with his long-time lover, Nino Cesarini. His house was eventually christened Villa Lysis

Baron Jacques d'Adelswärd-Fersen (1880–1923) was a French novelist & poet. His life forms the basis of a fictionalised biography by Roger Peyrefitte. In 1903 a scandal involving school pupils made him persona non grata in the salons of Paris, & dashed his marriage plans; after which he took up residence in Capri with his long-time lover, Nino Cesarini. He became a "character" on the island in the inter-war years, featuring in novels by Compton MacKenzie & others

Baron Jacques d'Adelswärd-Fersen (1880–1923) was a French novelist & poet. His life forms the basis of a fictionalised biography by Roger Peyrefitte. In 1903 a scandal involving school pupils made him persona non grata in the salons of Paris, & dashed his marriage plans; after which he took up residence in Capri with his long-time lover, Nino Cesarini. He became a "character" on the island in the inter-war years, featuring in novels by Compton MacKenzie & others

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