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Amandine Aurore Lucile Dupin (1804 - 1876) was a nineteenth - century romantic novelist and feminist born in Paris. She is best - known by her pseudonym, George Sand, and for her novels, her asymmetrical life, and her many love affairs. She wrote several novels, stories, plays, essays, and memoirs, includingRose et Blanche (1831),Valentine (1832), François le Champi (1848), Tales of a Grandmother (1873), and Story of My Life (1854 - 1855).
Pseudonym of French feminist and novelist of Romantic era Amandine Aurore Lucile Dupin. Sand's rustic novels express her love of the countryside. Her work is noted for its idealism and optimism.