George Sand


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  • noun

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French writer known for works concerning women's rights and independence (1804-1876)

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School rehabilitation work George Sand and Lamartine.
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It's also famous for the fact that composer Frederic Chopin and his lover, French writer George Sand, spent a winter there in 1838 renting a cell in the town's monastery – but Sand didn't endear herself to the natives, calling them "barbarians and thieves".
Une phrase-cle de La Comtesse de Rudolstadt, prononcee par un des membres initiateurs de la secte des Invisibles, montre bien cependant a quel point l'engagement a tendance reformatrice de George Sand etait une realite:
In her exploration of the poetic self, Boland evokes George Sand, who proclaims, "The trade of authorship is a violent, and indestructible obsession" (14), and Boland begins to explore the difference between "I" and "we" in poetry.
Answers: 1) The Isle of Bute, 2) Carthage, 3) George Sand, 4) Echo, 5) Red, 6) Hapsburg, 7) Something, 8) Bosworth, 9) Jane Seymour, 10) Mary Tudor.
In her memoirs, George Sand recalls various times when the composer experienced visual hallucinations, including a trip to a monastery that was 'full of terrors and ghosts for him'.
Elizabeth Barrett Browning revered the fiction of George Sand, feeling such a kinship with her French female contemporary that she described her to Mary Russell Mitford as "the greatest female poet the world ever saw" (my italics).
Impromptu is a Frederic Chopin biopic which explores the relationship between the composer (Hugh Grant) and the novelist Baroness Aurora Dudevant or George Sand (Judy Davis).
Marguerite Ida-Helena Annabel's names themselves derive from various recountings or dramatizations of the Faust legend by Christopher Marlowe [1588], Karl von Holtei [1829], George Sand [1869], Ida Hahn-Hahn [1840], and Stephen Vincent Benet [1937].
After romantic involvements with several Polish women, from 1837 to 1847 he conducted a relationship with French novelist Amantine Aurore Lucie Dupin, baronne Dudevant, better known by her pseudonym, George Sand.
On the Trail of Chopin and George Sand," explored a fascinating aspect of Chopin's biography; his relationship with notorious novelist Aurore Dudevant, better known by her pen name George Sand.
La litterature et la place de I'artiste - le style epistolaire de George Sand et de Gustave Flaubert.
From the same era, Tibbetts devotes an entire chapter to the commercially successful film A Song to Remember (1945) starring Cornel Wilde as Frederic Chopin and Merle Oberon as George Sand.
This is a charming centre and, despite its fame as the one-time home of Chopin and lover George Sand, has not succumbed to mass tourism.