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  1. Mauprat by George Sand, 2010-08-23
  2. Indiana by George Sand, 2010-05-23
  3. Story of My Life: The Autobiography of George Sand (Women Writers in Translation) by George Sand, 1991-07
  4. Lelia by George Sand, 1982-03-09
  5. The Devil's Pool by George Sand, 2009-11-30
  6. The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters by Gustave Flaubert, 2010-03-07
  7. La mare au diable. English by George Sand, 2010-05-21
  8. George Sand & Frederick Chopin (Kegan Paul Travellers Series) by SAND, 2008-09-05
  9. Laura: A Journey Into the Crystal by George Sand, 2006-02-27
  10. Lélia: The life of George Sand by André Maurois, 1954
  11. Marianne by George Sand, 1998-02-26
  12. The Black City by George Sand, Tina A. Kover, 2004-02-29
  13. George Sand by Ms. Elizabeth Harlan, 2004-11-10
  14. Gabriel: An English Translation (Texts and Translations) by George Sand, 2010-09

1. George Sand (1804-1876) French Writer.
(18041876) French writer. Pseudonym for Aurore Dupin. George Sand was a Romantic novelist, whose irregular life and many love affairs shocked Parisian society.
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  • (1804-1876) French writer. Pseudonym for Aurore Dupin. George Sand was a Romantic novelist, whose irregular life and many love affairs shocked Parisian society.
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    2. Sand, George
    George Sand Her Majorcan Winter of Discontent February 6, 2007 Never beforeand possibly never since-has a Mediterranean island inspired as much enmity as did the Spanish

    3. Sand, George
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    4. George Sand - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    JeanAlbert B d , Sand, George , Encyclopedia Americana, 1986 ed., vol. 24, pp. 218–19. Correspondence (letters) by George Sand and her contemporaries (see Writings by George
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    George Sand at 60. Photo by Nadar Born Amantine Lucile Dupin
    1 July 1804 Died 8 June 1876 Spouse Casimir Dudevant Children Maurice Sand
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    Parents Maurice Dupin
    Sophie-Victorie Delaborde Amantine (also "Amandine") Aurore Lucile Dupin , later Baroness (French: baronne ) Dudevant (1 July 1804 – 8 June 1876), best known by her pseudonym [ʒɔʁʒ sɑ̃d] ), was a French writer. She is regarded as the first French woman writer to gain a major reputation.
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    Casimir Dudevant Sand at 34, 1838 Sand's father, Maurice Dupin, was the grandson of the Marshal General of France, Maurice, Comte de Saxe , himself an illegitimate son of Augustus II the Strong , King of Poland and a Saxon elector, and a cousin to the sixth degree to the kings of France Louis XVI Louis XVIII and Charles X Sand's mother, Sophie-Victoire Delaborde, was a commoner. Sand was born in Paris but raised for much of her childhood by her grandmother, Marie Aurore de Saxe, Madame Dupin de Franceuil, at her grandmother's estate, Nohant , in the French province of Berry (See House of George Sand ). She later used the setting in many of her novels. It has been said that her upbringing was quite liberal. In 1822, at the age of nineteen, she married Baron

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    6. Dansk Elektronisk Tidsskrift George Sand - Forside
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    7. Sand, George Definition Of Sand, George In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Sand, George (sănd, Fr. zh rzh s N), pseud. of Amandine Aurore Lucie Dupin, baronne Dudevant ( m Ndēn` r r` l sē` d păN, b r n` d dv N`), 1804–76, French novelist., George

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    10. Sand, George - Astro-Databank, George Sand Horoscope, Born 1 July 1804 In Paris
    Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of George Sand born on 1 July 1804 Paris, France,_George
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    Jump to: navigation search George Sand natal chart (Placidus) natal chart English style (Equal houses) George Sand Name Sand, George Gender : F Birthname Dupin, Amandine Aurore Lucie born on 1 July 1804 at 22:30 (= 10:30 PM ) Place Paris, France, Timezone LMT m2e20 (is local mean time) Data source Quoted BC/BR Rodden Rating AA Astrology data Asc. add George Sand to 'my astro'
    French author who wrote her first autobiography in 1827. Amandine married Casimir Dudevant, an older man on 9/10/1822, and had two children, Maurice on 6/30/1823 and Solange on 9/13/1828. Fame eluded her until she left her husband and kids on 1/04/1831 and headed to Paris. Once there, she lived a bohemian lifestyle, taking outstanding lovers, both male and female, and continuing to write. Her first novel, "Indiana" was published in 1832 under the pseudonym George Sand. Though not an attractive woman, she had a spirit and passion that attracted two of the most romantic figures of her day. In June 1833, she met Alfred de Musset and began a tempestuous love affair that continued until 3/06/1835. She obtained a legal marriage separation in July 1836 and later that year met Frederic Chopin. They carried on a passionate romance which lasted nine years, from May 1838 to 1846. Sand was the daughter of a man of royal ancestry. When she was four, he died and she was unhappily caught in between the conflicts of her mother and grandmother. After three convent schools she went to Nohant to live with her grandmother. There she developed a love of nature and her own free spirit, which she indulged by wearing men's clothing.

    11. Sand, George (Nuttall Encyclop Dia)
    1907 Nuttall Encyclop dia of General Knowledge S Sand, George a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z. Sand, George (1804 ‒ 1876) Sand, George, the assumed

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    George Sand (1804-1876) - Pseudonym of Amandine-Aurore-Lucile Dupin French Romantic writer, who questioned the sexual identity and gender destinies in fiction. Outside the literary world, Sand was noted for her numerous love affairs with such prominent figures as Alfred de Musset "We cannot tear out a single page of our life, but we can throw the whole book in the fire. " (from Mauprat In 1831 Sand started to write for Le Figaro . She contributed Revue des Deux Mondes (1832-41) and (1848), and was a coeditor of (1841). During these years she had acquaintance with several poets, artists, philosophers, and politicians. With her lover Jules Sandeau she wrote in a few weeks a novel, ROSE ET BLANCHE, under the pseudonym Jules Sand. The second novel Indiana Indiana the poet Alfred de Musset sent an admiring letter to Sand which marked the beginning of their passionate relationship. At the age of 33 she started an affair with Chopin. The composer, however, did not first consider her attractive. "Something about her repels me," he said to his family. Their relationship ended in 1847 when Sand started to suspect that Chopin had fallen in love with her daughter, Solange. It is also possible, that behind the breakup was Sand's treatment of Solange; she had married the sculptor Auguste Clésinger in 1847 and turned against her mother with him. Chopin was on Solange's side.

    15. Sand, George - Definition Of Sand, George By The Free Online Dictionary, Thesaur
    Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. George Sand French writer known for works concerning women's rights and independence (1804-1876), George

    16. Sand, George Biography -
    1804 George Sand, born on the 1st of July in Paris, France. She was the pseudonym of the French novelist and feminist Amantine-Lucile-Aurore Dupin, later Baroness Dudevant

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    Sand s role in the 1848 Revolutions.
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    George Sand In June 1848, Victor Hugo remarked that the revolution had turned the world upside-down, drawing into the political arena two of the most famous writers of the time: "a woman called Lamartine and a man called George Sand." Hugo's irreverent jibe about Sand's refusal to conform to the gender conventions of her time can stand as emblematic of her ambiguous position in 1848. On the one hand, she played a decisive role in Ledru-Rollin's government; yet she never had an official position or title, and her labors remained unremunerated. After the revolution failed, she was criticized from the right for her radical position, and from the left for her "cowardly" retreat to Nohant. The events of February caught her off guard. She immediately rushed to Paris, arriving on March 1 and promptly obtained a " laissez-passer " allowing her free access to all the members of the provisional government. Her son's garret, 8 , where she lived, quickly became a central meeting place. Except for one trip to Nohant (March 7 to 21), she spent the entire time in Paris, until May 18, when, following days of unrest, a failed coup, and massive arrests, all hope of a democratic assembly was lost.

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    19. Sand, George - Idioms - By The Free Dictionary, Thesaurus And Encyclopedia.
    bury one's head in the sand and hide one's head in the sand; have one's head in the sand. Fig. to ignore or hide from obvious signs of danger. (Alludes to an ostrich, which is, George

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    Amandine-Aurore-Lucile Dupin, later Baroness Dudevant was a French novelist and early feminist (prior to the invention of the word) who wrote under the pen name of George Sand. Born in Paris to a father of aristocratic lineage and a "common" mother, Sand was raised for much of her childhood by her grandmother at the family estate, Nohant, in the French region of Berry, a setting later used in many of her novels. In 1822, she married Baron Casimir Dudevant, and they had two children, Maurice (b. 1823) and Solange (b. 1828). In 1835, taking the children with her, she left her husband. Her first novel, Rose et Blanche [1831] was written in collaboration with Jules Sandeau, from whom she allegedly took her pen name, Sand. After parting from her husband Sand made less and less a secret of preferring men's clothes to women's, although she continued to dress as a woman for social occasions. This male "disguise" enabled Sand to circulate more freely about Paris, and gave her increased access to venues that might have been denied to a woman of her social standing. This was an exceptional practice for the 19th century, where social codesespecially in the upper classwere of the highest importance. As a consequence Sand lost a good deal of the privileges attached to being a Baroness. Ironically, it was also a part of the mores of this period that women of higher classes could live physically separated from their husbands without losing face, if they didn't show any blatant irregularity to the outer world.

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