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George Sand And Her Lovers

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literary,
  • General,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Biography / Autobiography,
  • Biography/Autobiography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages404
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9417222M
    ISBN 100548043787
    ISBN 109780548043783
    OCLC/WorldCa178363401

    Such as she was, she attached herself to Chopin for eight years. Sand is sometimes thought of as androgynous yet she was more of a cross-dresser. I am as strong as a horse. Her involvement goes beyond that of other nineteenth-century women: she not only wrote for the press but was the only woman on the staff of the Figaro. Aurore Dupin became his wife inand he secured the control of her fortune.

    Highly-strung, schizophrenic and sadomasochistic, he was usually drunk. He moved into her apartment and they assumed the role of romantic rebels. But, here, as elsewhere, she showed her wonderful adaptability. In other words, it is hardly enough to say that Sand boldly assumed the right to behave like a man; she frequently behaved like an overpowering, unscrupulous man. I have received no letter from Antonio. Presently, however, it brought to her a sort of country squire, named Casimir Dudevant.

    Ah, how tired I am of life, mon Dieu! There was no one to control her, because her grandmother was confined to her own room. They met in Januarywhen Sand was in her late twenties and Dorval in her mid-thirties. Only when I began to read George Sand's novels did I become uneasy with my image of her as a somewhat monstrous public figure, one which suggested a self-seeking, unreflecting, and egotistical inner self.


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George Sand And Her Lovers by Francis Gribble Download PDF Ebook

The Scandalous Love Affairs of George Sand

They parted after a short time, she going her way as a writer of George Sand And Her Lovers book that were very different from her earlier ones, while Feuillet grew more and more cynical and even stern, as he lashed the abnormal, neuropathic men and women about him.

A few excerpts demonstrate much of what was often said about George Sand: George Sand And Her Lovers book was a thinking bosom and one who overpowered her young lovers, all Sybil — a Romantic.

The book succeeded; but thereafter each of them wrote separately, Jules Sandeau using his own name, and Mme. Sand retaliates by telling him to return to Paris, while she stays on to enjoy Venice. He was 23, she was Thankfully she began to relax, and their first official night together was, necessarily, a totally rapturous experience.

No, alas! According to her, the ties between a man and a woman are sacred only when they are sanctified by love; and she distinguished between love and passion in this epigram: Love seeks to give, while passion seeks to take. Here we see, first of all, intense pleasure shading off into a sort of maternal fondness.

Sand also smoked in public. When the obvious similarities between their fiction and their erotic exploits were pointed out, they accused others of making things up. She was always known simply as "Aurore," the third Aurore in her family.

She no longer tore passions into tatters, but wrote naturally, simply, stories of country life and tales for children.

Chopin was penniless at that time; his friends had to pay for his stay there, as well as his funeral at the Madeleine. Perhaps this is what Mrs.

For a time after her deception by Sandeau, she felt absolutely devoid of all emotions. She believed in the essential equality of women and men, despite their differences.

My feeling, as I have progressed through the book, has been that Mrs. Understanding the situation absolutely, she chose her mother; and perhaps one would not have had her do otherwise.

There are winners and losers. Portrait by Delacroix There is remarkably little anger, and great compassion. She is an artist. The fact that there are men who could become enamoured of this slut is indeed a proof of the abasement of the men of this generation. She had many visitors from Paris, among them Sainte-Beuve, the critic, who brought with him Prosper Merimee, then unknown, but later famous as master of revels to the third Napoleon and as the author of Carmen.In nearly all George Sand's loves there was a strong strain of motherly feeling.

Chopin was first petted by her like a spoiled darling and then nursed for years like a sick child. During this, her second period, George Sand allowed herself to be the mouthpiece of others -- "un écho qui embellissait la voix", as Delatouche expressed magicechomusic.com: Jul 01, Back in the 19th century, things got very predatory and emasculating.

The question is, Who was the sexual vampire here: George Sand or her lovers or both? THE FIASCO. It was in the spring of that George Sand first took an interest in seducing prominent intellectual-about town, Prosper Mérimée. Jul 01,  · On July 1,French novelist and memoirist Amantine-Lucile-Aurore Dupi better known under her pseudonym George Sand was born.

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She was George Sand And Her Lovers book of the most successful female writers of the nineteenth century, but equally well known for her much publicized romantic affairs with a number of artists, including the composer and pianist Frédéric Chopin and the writer Alfred de Musset.Book digitized by Google pdf the library of University pdf California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Skip to main content. This banner text can have markup George Sand and her lovers by Gribble, Francis Henry, Publication date Topics Sand, George, Publisher New York, C.

Scribner's sons Collection Pages: The Dream Lover A Novel (Book): Berg, Elizabeth: "George Sand was a 19th century French novelist known download pdf only for her novels but even more for her scandalous behavior." The Dream Lover gives "insight into the heart and mind of a woman who was considered the most passionate and gifted genius of her time."-- Provided by publisher.Apr 20,  · Beginning her book ebook Chopin's death, Eisler underlines the determining role Chopin's illness had on his life.

So when Sand decreed that her lover never speak to Solange again or mention her.