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Jules Sandeau

Novelist + Writer
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Born Feb 19, 1811
Died Apr 24, 1883

Leonard Sylvain Julien Sandeau (February 19, 1811 – April 24, 1883) was a French novelist. He was born at Aubusson, and was sent to Paris to study law, but spent much of his time in unruly behaviour with other students. He met George Sand, then Madame Dudevant, at Le Coudray in the house of a friend, and when she came to Paris in 1831 they had a relationship. The intimacy did not last long, but it produced Rose et Blanche (1831), a novel written together under the pseudonym J.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1811 Birth Born in 1811.

TWENTIES

1831 20 Years Old Sandeau was born at Aubusson (Creuse), and was sent to Paris to study law, but spent much of his time in unruly behaviour with other students. He met George Sand, then Madame Dudevant, at Le Coudray in the house of a friend, and when she came to Paris in 1831 they had a relationship. … Read More

FORTIES

1853 42 Years Old Sandeau had been made conservateur of the Mazarin library in 1853, elected to the Académie française in 1858, and appointed librarian of St Cloud in 1859. At the suppression of this latter office, after the fall of the Second French Empire, he was pensioned. Jules Sandeau died in 1883 and was buried in the Cimetière du Montparnasse in Paris.

LATE ADULTHOOD

1883 72 Years Old Died in 1883.
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