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Indiana Easyread Super Large 20pt Edition (Paperback)

Author:  George Sand
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1427009147
ISBN-13: 9781427009142
Sku: 231837021
Publish Date: 5/17/2012
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 10.25H x 8L x 0.75T
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Ravenous for love and company, the protagonist Indiana is transformed into a woman whose tender emotions harden into hatred. Amalgamating the private life of her characters to the attitudes of society, Sand has created a powerful and influencing work. The work advocates that the individuals should abide by the laws of the society, but should have scruples enough to live without it if required.
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Published in 1832, George Sand's first novel written without the collaboration of Sandeau is the wildly romantic tale of Indiana Delmare, a beautiful Creole girl unhappily wed to a brutal older man. In her rebellion against her fate, she unwisely pursues and falls in love with a fashionable rake who has already seduced Indiana's own maid. The novel argues, however, that this perilous venture toward true womanhood, mistakes and all, must be risked if a woman can ever hope to be an equal partner in love with her husband.
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George Sand
The French romantic novelist George Sand is the best-known woman writer of 19th-century France. An independent, almost scandalous figure, Sand pushed the limits of then-current French notions of "femininity." She rebelled against a marriage she considered oppressive, leaving her husband for a young writer, Jules Sandeau, and engaging in many extramarital affairs. In 1848 she took an active role in the political upheavals, and radical feminists tried to get her into the Assembly National.
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