Dudevant


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Du•de•vant

(Fr. düdəˈvɑ̃)

n.
Madame Amandine Lucile Aurore, Sand, George.
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The conjugal history of Madame Dudevant we beg to leave with her biographers and confessor.
Pseudonimo de la escritora romantica francesa Aurore Dupin, quien luego de su divorcio del baron Dudevant, decidio vestir prendas masculinas para caminar libremente por Paris sin llamar demasiado la atencion.
Yet despite these long-standing connections, surprisingly little critical attention has been focused in recent years on the complex relationship between Aurore Dupin Dudevant (1804-76) and Mary Ann (later Marian) Evans (1819-80), better known to the world as George Sand and George Eliot.
George Sand, the French 19th century writer, was really Aurore Dudevant, who became Chopin's inspiration and spent a frenzied winter with the composer in Majorca, which helped neither party at all, since Chopin was dying from tuberculosis.
She acquiesced to her fate all too rapidly, making a financially advantageous match to Casimir Dudevant in 1822, but forgetting to note the man's total lack of intellect or cultivation.
George Sand, who was born as Aurore Lucile Dupin, and whose early married surname was Dudevant, functioned for EBB as an embodiment of potentially fused masculine and feminine selves.
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).
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.
One of the most notorious was a French baroness, Amandine Aurora Lucile Dupin, Baronne Dudevant, better known as George Sand.
La derniere phrase de cette refutation etait: "George Sand est le plus immoral des ecrivains et Mme Dudevant la plus obscene des femmes.
Dedicado a la baronesa Dudevant, nacida Aurore Dupin (2)
Harlan quotes a letter from Sand's husband, Casimir Dudevant, that portrays him in a more sensitive light than most characterizations of Sand's marriage (177).