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George Sand, Marie-Hélène Sabard (Introduction) pseudonym George Sand, was a French novelist, memoirist, and socialist.
George Sand, Marie-Hélène Sabard (Introduction). These selections from George Sand's journals form an integrated whole and show Sand as a woman, lover, mother, artist, politician, chatelaine, and friend. Sand's journal writing is thought by many to be her most expressive and natural; here the artist's most complex and interesting character is revealed: George Sand herself. pseudonym George Sand, was a French novelist, memoirist, and socialist.
Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin (French: ; 1 July 1804 – 8 June 1876), best known by her pen name George Sand (French: ), was a French novelist, memoirist and socialist. One of the most popular writers in Europe in her lifetime, being more popular than both Victor Hugo and Honoré de Balzac in England in the 1830s and 1840s, Sand is recognised as one of the most notable writers of the European Romantic era.
Histoire de ma vie is an autobiography by George Sand covering her life up to shortly before the Revolution of 1848. The autobiography was published in Paris in 1854 and 1855 by Victor Lecou. George Sand had planned as early as 1835, shortly after the end of her relationship with Alfred de Musset, to write her memoirs. She started in April 1847 and, with many interruptions for other work, finished her memoirs in 1855.
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George Sand is referenced a number of times in the play Voyage, the first part of Tom Stoppard's The Coast of Utopia trilogy. George Sand also makes an appearance in Isabel Allende's Zorro, going still by her given name, as a young girl in love with Diego de la Vega (Zorro). MoreLess Show More Show Less.
George Sand made a habit of pleading pity for her literary agonies. Despite her complaints, the word prolific is woefully inadequate to describe her output. Aside from her published books, she also wielded a journalistic pen to give voice to her concerns for women’s rights and social justice. She started her own newspaper right around the time of the revolution of 1848 to disseminate her progressive and socialist views. When the revolution began that year, women had no legal rights, and Sand felt strongly that no society could advance under those circumstances.
The young George Sand, née Aurore, grows up as the French Revolution and Terror, Napolean’s rise and fall, war, life in a. .Anna Faktorovich presents an original paradigm, which belies the usual myths about George Sand.
The young George Sand, née Aurore, grows up as the French Revolution and Terror, Napolean’s rise and fall, war, life in a convent but also in Parisian society all roll by, but not merely as background, since Aurore participates as a child, adolescent, nubile young woman (whom relatives try to marry off), and adult, who does marry, bears children, and. has many (erotic) affairs (as does her husband, naturally). Hugo, Chopin, de Musset, and other well-known personages show up, as Sand writes and publishes her novels.
For French author George Sand, motherhood was often fraught with the kind of drama that colored many of her relationships prior to mellow older age. The Mellowing of George Sand as a Mother, Grandmother, Gardener.
Philippe Sollers Extraordinary People Writers Write George Sand Colette Portraits Margaret Atwood Classic Literature Book Writer. For French author George Sand, motherhood was often fraught with the kind of drama that colored many of her relationships prior to mellow older age.
Indiana, George Sand (1831). Written by George Sand, the pseudonym of female writer Amantine Aurore Dupin, Indiana (1831) acts out many of the 19th century’s novelistic conventions, including its themes of love and adultery, yet through the framework of a female perspective. The protagonist Indiana is frustrated and unsatisfied in her loveless marriage, and longs for romantic fulfillment; her struggles between her desires and the strict social rules which govern her life form the basis of the drama
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