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Sand, George 1804-1876

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La mare au diable by George Sand( Book )

1,004 editions published between 1846 and 2020 in 9 languages and held by 4,279 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Don't let the name fool you -- French author George Sand was not only a woman, she was a woman who was decades ahead of her time when it came to her disregard of social mores and standards of behavior. Her trailblazing take on life is on full display in The Devil's Pool, an unconventional romance of sorts in which Sand explores the stifling patriarchal traditions that often served virtually to imprison rural French women in the nineteenth century
La petite Fadette by George Sand( Book )

856 editions published between 1800 and 2019 in 12 languages and held by 3,743 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"A translation of George Sand's 1848 novel La Petite Fadette. The translator's introduction places it in the context of events in France in 1848, from the February Revolution and the establishment of the Second Republic to the failure and aftermath of the June Days Uprising"--Provided by publisher
Indiana by George Sand( Book )

459 editions published between 1832 and 2020 in 20 languages and held by 3,437 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The first novel that George Sand wrote without a collaborator, this is not only a vivid romance, but also an impassioned plea for change in the inequitable French marriage laws of the time, and for a new view of women. It tells the story of a beautiful and innocent young woman, married at sixteen to a much older man. She falls in love with her handsome, frivolous neighbor, but discovers too late that his love is quite different from her own. This new translation, the first since 1900, does full justice to the passion and conviction of Sand's writing, and the introduction fully explores the response to Sand in her own time as well as contemporary feminist treatments
Mauprat by George Sand( Book )

407 editions published between 1831 and 2021 in 12 languages and held by 3,351 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The story is directly inspired by several literary genres, among them gothic fiction, the romances of the Middle Ages and the classic fairy tale. It is the tale of a female protagonist whose job it is to settle a former hero - Bernard Mauprat - into ordinary life and society. In doing so she becomes a heroine herself, bravely confronting the hero's negative qualities with a diligence all her own
Valvèdre by George Sand( )

60 editions published between 1861 and 2019 in 4 languages and held by 1,976 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"George Sand's Valvedre questions traditional Romantic representations of women and exposes the disastrous consequences such notions of femininity have for both male and female characters at a time when divorce was illegal. This first English translation by Francoise Massardier-Kennery shows Sand's control of style and her understanding of the major tensions of early modern France: the role of women in society, the nature of motherhood, the relations between science and art, and the nature of prejudice."--Jacket
Les maîtres sonneurs by George Sand( Book )

277 editions published between 1058 and 2019 in 4 languages and held by 1,874 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"The Master Pipers (1852) is a love story set in central France. Sand's exploration of the developing relationships of two sets of lovers underlines her belief that both partners in a marriage should consider themselves equal." "The novel also gives a vivid picture of local customs, speech, and dances, and Sand investigates the nature of music, particularly through the predicament of Joseph, a talented child whose very gift renders him incapable of communicating with others until he discovers the musical instruments that will allow him to speak."--Jacket
The country waif = François le Champi by George Sand( Book )

384 editions published between 1848 and 2018 in 7 languages and held by 1,851 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The second of the three pastoral novels which rank along with George Sand's autobiographical writing as her finest work. Although simple in themselves, these tales have behind them much of the complex experience of her extraordinary life
Lélia by George Sand( Book )

242 editions published between 1833 and 2019 in 12 languages and held by 1,780 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Regarded as one of Sand's best novels, Lélia is an important document in the evolution of women's consciousness. Published in 1833, when Sand was 29, it stunned Victorians by advocating the same standard of morality for men and women and by suggesting that both the prostitute and the married woman were slaves to male desire. Sand also questioned monogamy, fidelity, and monastic celibacy. She later made an unsuccessful attempt to revise the book and to expunge its despair and skepticism. The novel shocked contemporary readers with a heroine who, like Sand herself, was an iconoclastic, intellectual woman who scorned society's rules. Independent and sensual, Lélia has had many lovers. Now repelled by physical passion, which represents the means by which men dominate women, Lélia tells her sister Pulchérie, a courtesan, that neither celibacy nor love affairs satisfy her. Pulchérie suggests that Lélia become a courtesan, that she may find fulfillment by giving pleasure to others. Lélia tries to seduce Sténio, a young poet who is in love with her; she cannot continue, however, and sends Pulchérie in her stead. As a result of this betrayal, Sténio falls into utter debauchery, and despite attempts to rescue him, he comes to a tragic end
Consuelo; a romance of Venice by George Sand( Book )

308 editions published between 1842 and 2019 in 13 languages and held by 1,630 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Italian girl with great musical talent is discovered and coached by master and becomes successful prima donna
Lucrezia Floriani by George Sand( )

84 editions published between 1846 and 2016 in 7 languages and held by 1,565 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A roman a clef depicting the author's relationship with the composer Frederick Chopin. Lucrezia Floriani, a worldly 30-year-old actress and the mother of 4 children with 3 different fathers, meets and falls in love with Prince Karol, a moody, introspective aristocrat
The devil's pool and other stories by George Sand( )

9 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 1,562 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

From the Publisher: A new translation of Sand's most popular novella, known for its brevity, liveliness, and exemplary storytelling, together with two of Sand's most admired short stories
Valentine by George Sand( Book )

226 editions published between 1832 and 2019 in 11 languages and held by 1,417 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is George Sand's second novel. Like Indiana, her first, it explores the relationship between men and women. Valentine, an aristocratic girl, falls desperately in love with Benedict, the son of a poor farmer. Again, like Indiana, this novel challenges preconceived masculine assumptions about woman's role in society. In loving Benedict, Valentine rebels against her family and her class
She & he by George Sand( Book )

244 editions published between 1800 and 2018 in 9 languages and held by 1,411 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

When it was published in 1859, this novel by George Sand caused a stir, provoking strong protests from friends and brother of Alfred de Musset who considered that the novelist was transforming historical truth for her benefit. Since 1833, in fact, she had been madly in love with the poet
The Countess von Rudolstadt by George Sand( Book )

207 editions published between 1843 and 2020 in 5 languages and held by 1,273 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The first translation of "The Countess von Rudolstadt" in more than a century brings to contemporary readers one of George Sand's most ambitious and engaging novels, hailed by many scholars of French literature as her masterpiece. Consuelo, or the Countess von Rudolstadt, born the penniless daughter of a Spanish gypsy, is transformed into an opera star by the great maestro Porpora. Her peregrinations throughout Europe (especially Vienna, Berlin, and the Bohemian forest), become a quest undertaken on a number of levels: as a singer, as a woman, and as an unwilling subject of alienation and oppression. Sand's heroine moves through a mid-eighteenth-century Europe where absolute rulers mingle with Enlightenment philosophers and gender-bending members of secret societies plot moral and political revolution. As the old order breaks down, she undergoes a series of grueling initiations into radically redefined notions of marriage and social organization. In a novel by equal measures philosophical and lurid, nothing is what it seems. Written some fifty years after the French Revolution, the book taps into many of the political and religious currents that contributed to that social upheaval-and aims to channel their potential for future change. -- Book cover
The miller of Angibault by George Sand( Book )

204 editions published between 1845 and 2019 in 5 languages and held by 1,182 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Dostoevsky called George Sand 'one of us, a Russian idealist of the 1840 generation', and The Miller of Angibault (1845) is Sand's 'arch-socialist' novel, according to the writer herself. But it is a rural socialism which makes the novel unique. Rejected by its original publisher as too violent an attack on property, The Miller of Angibault actually satirizes the utopian ideals of Paris reformers who try to put their naive plans into action among the country folk of Sand's native Berry." "The novel reflects both the ebullient political movements of its period and the despairing conviction that the Revolution of 1789 had changed nothing. Yet it is also a love story, charged with Sand's self-effacing humour and filled with gentle lyricism."--BOOK JACKET
Marianne by George Sand( Book )

38 editions published between 1890 and 2019 in 4 languages and held by 1,084 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A young woman must convince her older suitor to see her as a complex person rather than as a simple wife
Le marquis de Villemer by George Sand( Book )

213 editions published between 1850 and 2016 in 6 languages and held by 1,062 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

George Sand la Berrichonne effectue un voyage en Auvergne, du 28 mai au 29 juin 1859. Elle y situera l'action de ses trois romans "Jean de la Roche", "La Ville noire" et "Le Marquis de Villemer". Dans ce dernier, le Velay est le lieu des racines et de l'authenticité et s'oppose à Paris, aristocratique et artificiel. Une poignante intrigue amoureuse entre le Marquis de Villemer et la belle Caroline de Saint-Geneix se déroule au coeur des paysages visités par la romancière
Horace by George Sand( Book )

110 editions published between 1842 and 2016 in 7 languages and held by 1,052 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

First English translation of a 19th Century, feminist classic in which a fallen woman triumphs over her adversaries. Set during the 1832 student rebellion in Paris, it is a love triangle involving a barmaid, a bourgeois law student and a working-class artist
Spiridion by George Sand( )

4 editions published in 2015 in English and French and held by 940 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Both Gothic and philosophical, Spiridion tells the story of a young novice, Angel, who finds himself cruelly ostracized by his monastic superiors and terrified by the ghostly visits of his monastery's founder, the abbot Spiridion. Though he founded the monastery on the search for truth, Spiridion watched his once intelligent and virtuous monks degenerate into a cruel, mindless community. Turning away from the Church and withdrawing into his cell, he poured his energy into a manuscript that tells the "truth" about Roman Catholic doctrine and monastic life and provides a vision of a new and eternal gospel. The manuscript was buried with him, and his spirit now searches for a monk who is intelligent enough to exhume it from his crypt, which is guarded by hellish spirits, and share its vision with the world. Translated into English for the first time in more than 160 years, Spiridion offers a fierce critique of Catholic doctrine as well as solutions for living with the Church's teachings. Although Sand had broken with the Church several years earlier, she nevertheless continued to believe in an omnipotent God, and her novel makes the distinction, as Angel's protector, Father Alexis, puts it, "between the authority of faith and the application of this authority in the hands of men." As translator Patricia J. F. Worth argues in her introduction, the novel's emphasis on freedom of inquiry, benevolence, and moral reform inspired other nineteenth-century writers, including Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Matthew Arnold, and Henry James, and the novel is also relevant to twenty-first-century discussions of religious authority and rigid adherence to doctrine" -- From the publisher
Contes d'une grand-mère by George Sand( Book )

170 editions published between 1873 and 2018 in 4 languages and held by 920 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

These gorgeously illustrated magical tales by classic author George Sand reveal the fantasy, wonder, and enchantment in the natural world
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La petite FadetteIndianaMaupratValvèdreLes maîtres sonneursThe country waif = François le ChampiLéliaConsuelo; a romance of Venice
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Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin 1804-1876

Aurore 1804-1876

Baronne Dudevant

Bonnin, Blaise, 1804-1876

Didevāna, Amandīne Aurora, 1804-1876

Didevāna, Aurora 1804-1876

Dipēna, Amandīne Aurora Lusila, 1804-1876

Dipēna, Aurora 1804-1876

Dipēna, Aurora Lūsija, 1804-1876

Diudevan Orora

Diupen Aurora

Diupen Orora

Dudevant 1804-1876 Baronesa de

Dudevant A. A. L. D. баронесса 1804-1876

Dudevant, A. Lucile Aurore 1804-1876

Dudevant, Amandine-Aaurore-Lucile

Dudevant, Amandine Aurore Lucie

Dudevant, Amandine Aurore-Lucie 1804-1876

Dudevant, Amandine Aurore Lucie Dupin.

Dudevant, Amandine Aurore Lucie Dupin 1804-1876

Dudevant Amandine Aurore Lucie Dupin 1804-1876 baronne

Dudevant, Amandine Aurore Lucie Dupin baronne

Dudevant, Amandine Aurore Lucie Dupin, baronne, 1804-1876

Dudevant, Amandine Aurore Lucile

Dudevant, Amandine-Aurore-Lucile 1804-1876

Dudevant, Amandine-Aurore-Lucile Dupin paronitar

Dudevant, Amandine Lucie Aurore

Dudevant, Amandine Lucie Aurore 1804-1876

Dudevant, Amandine Lucile

Dudevant, Amandine Lucile 1804-1876

Dudevant, Amandine Lucile Aurore Dupin

Dudevant, Amandine Lucile Aurore Dupin 1804-1876

Dudevant, Amandine Lucille Aurore Dupin 1804-1876 baronne

Dudevant, Amandine Lucille Aurore Dupin baronne

Dudevant, Amandine Lucille Aurore Dupin, baronne, 1804-1876

Dudevant, Amantine Aurore Lucile

Dudevant, Amantine Aurore Lucile 1804-1876

Dudevant, Amantine Aurore Lucile Dupin

Dudevant, Amantine Aurore Lucile Dupin 1804-1876

Dudevant Amantine Aurore Lucile Dupin 1804-1876 baronne

Dudevant, Amantine Aurore Lucile Dupin, baronesa 1804-1876

Dudevant, Amantine Aurore Lucile Dupin baronne

Dudevant, Amantine Aurore Lucille de

Dudevant, Amantine Aurore Lucille de 1804-1876

Dudevant, Amantine L.

Dudevant, Amantine L. 1804-1876

Dudevant, Amantine Lucile Aurore

Dudevant, Amantine Lucile Aurore 1804-1876

Dudevant, Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin

Dudevant, Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin 1804-1876

Dudevant, Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin 1804-1876 baronne

Dudevant, Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin, baronesa 1804-1876

Dudevant, Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin, baronne, 1804-1876

Dudevant, Amantine Lucille

Dudevant, Amantine Lucille 1804-1876

Dudevant, Armandine-Lucie-Aurore.

Dudevant, Armandine Lucile Aurore Dupin 1804-1876

Dudevant, Armandine Lucile Aurore Dupin, baronesa 1804-1876

Dudevant, Armandine-Lucille-Aurore Dupin baronne

Dudevant Aurore

Dudevant Aurore 1804-1876

Dudevant, Aurore A.

Dudevant, Aurore A. 1804-1876

Dudevant, Aurore Amantine

Dudevant, Aurore Amantine 1804-1876

Dudevant, Aurore Dupin, 1804-1876

Dudevant Aurore Dupin 1804-1876 baronne

Dudevant, Aurore Dupin, Baronesa, 1804-1876

Dudevant, Aurore Dupin baronne

Dudevant, Baronesa de, 1804-1876

Dudevant Baronne

Dudevant, Casimir 1804-1876 baronne

Dudevant-Dupin, A.L.A.

Dudevant Dupin , Aurore

Dudevant, Lucie

Dudevant, Lucile-Aurore

Dudevant, Lucile-Aurore 1804-1876

Dudewant, Amantine Aurore Lucile de

Dudewant, Amantine Aurore Lucile de 1804-1876

Dudewant, Aurore von

Dudewant, Aurore von 1804-1876


Dupin, A.

Dupin A. 1804-1876

Dupin A. A. L. 1804-1876

Dupin , Amandine

Dupin, Amandine A.

Dupin, Amandine A. 1804-1876

Dupin, Amandine-Aaurore-Lucile

Dupin Amandine Aurore Lucie

Dupin Amandine Aurore Lucie 1804-1876

Dupin, Amandine Aurore Lucie 1804-1876 Baronesa de Dudevant

Dupin, Amandine Aurore Lucie, Baronesa de Dudevant, 1804-1876

Dupin, Amandine Aurore Lucile

Dupin, Amandine-Aurore-Lucile 1804-1876

Dupin Amandine-Lucie-Aurore

Dupin, Amandine-Lucie-Aurore 1804-1876

Dupin, Amandine Lucile Aurore

Dupin, Amandine Lucile Aurore 1804-1876

Dupin, Amantine Aurore

Dupin, Amantine Aurore 1804-1876

Dupin, Amantine-Aurore-Lucile

Dupin Amantine Aurore Lucile 1804-1876

Dupin, Amantine-Lucile-Aurore

Dupin, Amantine-Lucile-Aurore 1804-1876

Dupin, Armandine Aurore Lucille 1804-1876

Dupin, Armandine Lucie Aurore.

Dupin, Armandine-Lucile-Aurore

Dupin, Armandine-Lucile-Aurore 1804-1876

Dupin, Armandine-Lucille-Aurore baronne Dudevant

Dupin, Armantine Aurore, 1804-1876

Dupin Aurore

Dupin Aurore 1804-1876

Dupin, Aurore, 1804-1878

Dupin, Aurore Amantine Lucile

Dupin, Aurore baronne Dudevant

Dupin de Francueil, Amandine Lucie Aurore 1804-1876

Dupin de Francueil, Amantine Aurore Lucile 1804-1876

Dupin Dudevant , Aurore

Dupin, Lucie-Aurore-Amentine

Dupin, Lucie-Aurore-Amentine 1804-1876

Dupin, Mantine Aurore Lucile

Dupin, Mantine Aurore Lucile 1804-1876


George 1804-1876

George, 1840-1876

George Sand

George Sand escriptora francesa

George Sand escritora francesa

George Sand franca verkisto

George Sand francia írónő, novellista

George Sand Frans schrijfster (1804-1876)

George Sand Frans schrijver

George Sand fransk författarinna

George Sand Fransk forfatter

George Sand französische Schriftstellerin

George Sand French novelist and memoirist; pseudonym of Lucile Aurore Dupin

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George Sand, pseud

George Sand ranskalainen vallankumouksellinen ja feministinen kirjailija

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Georgius Sand

Georgius Sand scriptrix Francica

Jorj Sand

San, Ž.

San, Ž. 1804-1876

Sand 1804-1876

Sand, Amandine-Aurore-Lucie D.

Sand, Amandine-Aurore-Lucie D. 1804-1876

Sand, Amandine Aurore-Lucie Dupin

Sand, Amandine Aurore-Lucie Dupin 1804-1876

Sand, Aurore Amantine Lucile

Sand G.

Sand G. 1804-1876

Sand, G. (George), 1804-1876

Sand, Georg

Sand, Georg 1804-1876

Sand George

Sand, George 1804-1876

Sand, George nee Dupin

Sand, Georges

Sand, Georges 1804-1876

Sand, Georges, pseud.

Sand , Giorgio

Sand Giorgio 1804-1876

Sānd, Ǧūrǧ

Sānd, Ǧūrǧ, 1804-1876

Sand, J.

Sand J. 1804-1876

Sand, J. 1804-1876 pseud. de George Sand

Sand, J., pseud.

Sand Jerzy

Sand, Jerzy 1804-1876

Sand Jorge

Sand, Jorge 1804-1876

Sand, Jorge, pseud.

Sand, Jules.

Sand Jules 1804-1876

Sand, Jules, pseud.

Sand, Mrs. George

Sand, Schorsch 1804-1876

Sand, Zhorzh

Sand, Zhorzh 1804-1876

Sand, Zjorzj, 1804-1876

Sand Žorž

Sand, Žôrž 1804-1876

Sanda, Ž. (Žorža), 1804-1876

Sanda, Žorža 1804-1876

Sando, Joruju.

Sandová, George.

Sandová, George 1804-1876

Sands, Žoržs 1804-1876

Zand, Zhorzh

Zand, Zhorzh 1804-1876

Zand, Žorž.

Zand, Žorž 1804-1876

Žorž Sand

Žorža Sanda

Γεωργία Σάνδη

Γεωργία Σάνδη Γαλλίδα μυθιστοριογράφος και φεμινίστρια

Ντυντεβάν βαρώνη 1804-1876

Ντυπέν Αρμαντίν Λουσί Ωρόρ 1804-1876

Σανδ Γεωργία 1804-1876

Σάνδη Γ. 1804-1876

Σάνδη Γεωργία 1804-1876

Σαντ Ζωρζ 1804-1876

Дюдеван А

Дюдеван А. 1804-1876

Дюдеван Аврора

Дюдеван-Дюпен, Амандина Аврора Лион, 1804-1876

Дюпен А

Дюпен А. 1804-1876

Дюпен Аврора

Дюпен, Амандина Аврора Люсиль 1804-1876

Дюпен-Дюдеван, Амандина Аврора Лион, 1804-1876

Жорж Занд

Жорж Занд 1804-1876

Жорж Санд

Жорж Санд 1804-1876

Жорж Санд французская писательница

Жорж Санд французька письменниця ХІХ ст.

Жорж Санд френска писателка

Занд Ж

Занд Ж. 1804-1876

Занд Жорж

Зандъ, Жоржъ.

Зандъ, Жоржъ 1804-1876

Санд, Амандина Аврора Люсиль 1804-1876

Санд Ж.

Санд Ж. 1804-1876

Санд Жорж

Санд, Жорж 1804-1876

Сандо Ю.[!]

Сандь, Жьоржь.

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זאנד, זשארזש

ז'ורז' סאנד

ז'ורז' סאנד סופרת צרפתייה

סאנד, ז'ורז' 1804-1876

סאנד, זשארזש

סנד, ז׳ורז׳ 1804־1876

סנד, ז'ורז' 1804-1876

סענעד, ז'ורז' 1804-1876

جورج ساند

جورج ساند، 1804-1876

جورج ساند كاتبة فرنسية

جۆرج ساند ڕۆماننووسێکی فەڕەنسی

دوبين، أمانتين أورو لوسيل

صاند، جورج، 1804-1876

ژرژ ساند

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뒤팽, 오로르 1804-1876

상드, 조르주 1804-1876

상드, 조르쥬 1804-1876

상드, 조르즈 1804-1876

상드, 조르지 1804-1876

상드, 죠르쥬 1804-1876

상드, 죠르즈 1804-1876

쌍드, 조르쥬 1804-1876

쌍드, 죠르쥬 1804-1876

아망틴 뤼실 오로르 뒤팽 1804-1876

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