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George Sand *

a.k.a. Armandine Aurore Lucile Dudevant (nee Dupin)

Author Code: FGSX

Born: Jul. 1, 1804 - Paris, France

Died: Jun. 8, 1876 - Nohant, France

Brought up in the French countryside at the country home of her grandmother, Sand was sent to a Paris convent in 1817. Married to Casimir Dudevant in 1821, Sand had numerous affairs including Alfred de Musset and Frederic Chopin and many of her novels were influenced by these men. Her first literary work was a series of articles published under the pseudonym of Jules Sand. This was altered to George Sand for her first novel, Indiana (1832), which was an immediate success. Among the works from her early period are Valentine (1832), Lelia (1833), Mauprat (1837), Spiridion (1839) and Les sept Cordes de la Lyre (1840). From her love of the countryside her style was altered to provide a more rustic novel and these included La Mare au Diable (1846), Francois le Champi (1848) and La Petite Fadette (1849), all of which constituted her best work. Her later period was marked by conservatism and morality such as Histoire de ma vie (1854-55) and Contes d'une grand'mere (1873).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
FGSX002 The Devil's Pool 1851 64 350k eBook Download PDF - 'The Devil's Pool' (FGSX002) Find a printed copy of The Devil's Pool by George Sand * at AbeBooks
FGSX004 The Master Mosaic-Workers 1852 83 436k eBook Download PDF - 'The Master Mosaic-Workers' (FGSX004) Find a printed copy of The Master Mosaic-Workers by George Sand * at AbeBooks
FGSX001 Mauprat 1837 181 1562k eBook Download PDF - 'Mauprat' (FGSX001) Find a printed copy of Mauprat by George Sand * at AbeBooks
FGSX003 The Naiad 1857 57 363k eBook Download PDF - 'The Naiad' (FGSX003) Find a printed copy of The Naiad by George Sand * at AbeBooks

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