also makes an appearance via a photograph taken later in her life.
is impassioned, turbulent, revolutionary, the spiritual daughter of Rousseau, with an enthusiastic faith in man's future destiny.
Does it claim too much to say that George Sand
galvanized Fuller's mature literary aspirations?
The only major female novelist in the French Romantic Movement, George Sand
, or Aurora Dupin, was disillusioned with love, and only attained freedom and happiness after she gave up on love later in life, and focused on loving herself.
Le Narrateur Patriarcal dans l'Oeuvre Romanesque de George Sand
Ces quelques reserves n'enlevent rien a la richesse du travail de Catherine Mariette-Clot, qui a le merite de nous faire decouvrir une des oeuvres les moins connues de George Sand
et d'en reveler la singuliere importance.
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).
Como ya usaba camisas y pantalones de hombre porque le resultaban mas comodos--y asi le permitian entrar a lugares vedados a las mujeres--, decidio publicar bajo el seudonimo masculino de George Sand
Maria Jameson is a professor in Edinburgh, a successful, married woman in 21st-century Scotland, but she is searching for the inspiration and adventure of one of her heroes, the 19th-century French writer George Sand
i) George Du Maurier, ii) George Eliot, iii) George Moore, iv) George Orwell, and v) George Sand
, pratiques et imaginaires de l'ecriture: colloque international de Cerisy-la-Salle Ier-8 juillet 2004.
The author of this engaging new biography of George Sand
(born Aurore Dupin), one of nineteenth-century France's most prolific and celebrated writers, brings an original perspective to Sand's much-examined life.
Con buen animo, a pesar de sus enfermedades, emprendio la tarea que se vio interrumpida por la muerte de su amada Louise Colet y meses despues por la de George Sand
was born Aurore Dupin in 1804, to a line of aristocratic illegitimacies that could be traced back to her great-grandfather, King Augustus the Strong of Poland.
Moving rapidly from de Stael and George Sand
to Colette and, finally, Simone de Beauvoir, this chapter is both provocative and somewhat incomplete.