- Madame A·man·dine Lu·cile Au·rore [French a-mahn-deen ly-seel oh-rawr] /French a mɑ̃ˈdin lüˈsil oʊˈrɔr/. Sand, George.
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By her marriage with Dudevant, she had had a son and a daughter.Superwomen
Albert Payson Terhune
Dudevant have painted Chopin somewhat as a sickly sentimentalist, living in an atmosphere of moonshine and unreality.Great Musical Composers
George T. Ferris
Dudevant drank more and more heavily, and jeered at his wife because she was "always looking for noon at fourteen o'clock."
Mme. Dudevant, on her side, would have nothing more to do with this rustic rake.
"You are a wonderful young lady," Dudevant said, with that well-known yearning in his eyes.T. Tembarom
Frances Hodgson Burnett