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 (bûrn′härt′, bĕr-när′), Sarah Originally Henriette Rosine Bernard. 1844-1923.
French actress. Considered the premier romantic and tragic actress of her day, she first achieved fame for her performance in Phèdre (1874).

Bernhardt

(ˈbɜːnhɑːt; French bɛrnar)
n
(Biography) Sarah. original name Rosine Bernard. 1844–1923, French actress, regarded as one of the greatest tragic actresses of all time

Bern•hardt

(ˈbɜrn hɑrt)

n.
Sarah (Rosine Bernard), 1845–1923, French actress.
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