Maurice Sand
French writer
Maurice Sand
Jean-François-Maurice-Arnauld, Baron Dudevant, better known as Maurice Sand, was a French illustrator and writer. Maurice Sand also experimented in various other subjects, including painting, geology, and biology. He was the son of Baron Casimir Dudevant and his wife, French novelist and feminist George Sand. Maurice Sand studied under Eugène Delacroix.
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Maurice Sand - Télérama.fr
Google News - over 5 years
Dessinateur, peintre, caricaturiste, décorateur, naturaliste, marionnettiste, écrivain, collectionneur, bricoleur en tout genre... Il savait tout faire, le fils de la féministe pionnière et puissante romancière George Sand. Sauf justement se séparer de
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Le Boischaut honore Jean-Louis Boncoeur : programme - Le Berry Républicain
Google News - over 5 years
17 juin : après-midi contes à 14 h 30, chapelle des Capucins à La Châtre et soirée contes « Jean-Louis m'a dit » à 20 h 30 au théâtre Maurice Sand. 21 juin : fête de la musique autour de JL Bonc?ur. 17 juillet : hommage festival des maîtres sonneurs
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WHAT'S DOING IN; Paris
NYTimes - over 12 years
Political autobiography has long been a fine art in France. But Bertrand Delanoë, the mayor of Paris and the country's best-known gay politician, has infused his new memoir with an intimacy rare in French public life. In ''Life, Passionately,'' published last month, the 54-year-old Socialist defends his decision to announce his homosexuality six
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WRITERS CAN BE FRIENDS
NYTimes - about 30 years
WE hear a great deal about writers' quarrels, and very little about their friendships. Why is that? This one got drunk and slept with that one's lover; then each took apart the other's book in a review. Famous writers are like our gods or our parents, figures whose charisma is so great that we can never get over their bad behavior behind the
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