Definition of Sand, George in English:

Sand, George

proper noun

  • (1804–76), French novelist; pseudonym of Amandine-Aurore Lucille Dupin, Baronne Dudevant. Her earlier novels, including "Lélia" (1833), portray women's struggles against conventional morals; she later wrote a number of pastoral novels, such as "La Mare au diable" (1846). Sand had a ten-year affair with Chopin.


Sand, George