Ouida

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Oui·da

 (wē′də)
See Marie Louise de la Ramée.
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Ouida

(ˈwiːdə)
n
(Biography) real name Marie Louise de la Ramée. 1839–1908, British popular novelist, best known for Under Two Flags (1867)
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What was the pen name of Marie Louise de la Ramee author of Under Two Flags?
Screenplay, Brodie, Robert Singer, based on the book by Marie Louise de la Ramee (aka Ouida).
Like previous screen versions -- including 1924's "Boy of Flanders," which toplined Jackie Coogan -- this adaptation adds several new characters and dramatic embellishments to the slender narrative penned by Marie Louise de la Ramee (aka Ouida) in 1872.