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La Mare au diable On L Appelait La Mare Au Diable , Car Ses Brumes, Le Soir, Garaient Les Voyageurs Perdus Leur Tour, Germain, Marie Et Le Petit Pierre Sont Forc S D Y Passer La Nuit Le Laboureur Et La Jeune Fille Ont Le C Ur Triste Germain Va Chercher Une Pouse Pour S Occuper De Ses Enfants Orphelins De Leur M Re A Quoi Bon Se Marier, Pense T Il, Quand L Amour N Y Est Pas Et Marie A Quitt Sa M Re, Ce Matin, En Larmes, Pour Se Louer Comme Berg Re La Ferme Des Ormeaux, Si Loin Seul, Petit Pierre, Le Fils De Germain, Est Heureux Et Confiant De Lui D Pendra Le Sort De Ceux Qu Il Aime Tant.D Di Chopin, Ce Bref Roman Champ Tre A Un Charme In Gal George Sand A Vu Le Beau Dans Le Simple Elle Chante, Quelquefois En Patois, Les Joies De L Amour, De L Enfance Et Du Travail De La Terre Beaucoup D Amour Et Un Peu D Id Alisme Sont Ses Secrets.

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    A short ordinary romance story about romanticized versions of the French peasantry The plot is boring, but the descriptions of rural life and peasant customs are charming This is a romanticized look at the peasant, and one which differs from the stark grimness of her own musings on D rer s eng...


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    Strikes a slightly odd note between fairytale and a record of the poetic side of rural life I didn t feel that any of the characters were really given a chance to come alive There s a lot of expositional dialogue Germaine you really must make up your mind about finding a new wife You ve been a widower for two years since you lost my daughter, and your son is seven You re coming up to thirty, my lad, and you know that once you ve passed that age, round these parts, a man is considered Strikes a slightly odd note between fairytale and a record of the poetic side of rural life I didn t feel that any of the characters were really given a chance to come alive There s a lot of expositional dialogue Germaine ...


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    By the 1840s, George Sand s novel writing career had progressed beyond her decade long anti matriomonial period, and she began to write among many other projects someupbeat and happy love stories about the peasants of her native Berry region in central France La Mare au Diable or The Devil s Pool is probably the best known of her popular trio of pastoral novels that includes La Petite Fadette and Francois le Champi.Again, Sand shows her respect for the working peasants of her area, By the 1840s, George Sand s novel writing c...


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    A quick little read.The book is divided into three parts Introduction from the author a story that is somewhat of a parable or fairy tale appendices that provide information about rural life.The introduction is a commentary on painting of a ploughman, in which a devil dances waiting for the ploughman s death Using this, Sand complains that too much of literature is religious, and that it should be about love.The story is a love story as can be expected and the outcome very predictable I sus A quick little read.The book is divided into three parts Introduction from the author a story that is somewhat of a parable or fairy tale appendices that provide information about ru...


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    This read was for the 2011 French Female Writers Throughout the Ages reading challenge, 19th century novel.This novel is one of the French classics you are meant to study in school so I am not quite sure how it happened that I had to wait for C line s reading challenge before I got around to reading it La Mare au Diable can be acquired in pretty much any French bookstore from your tiny local one to the big Fnac and should not cost you over two Euros Quite a nice change from the other books I ha This read was for the 2011 French Female Writers Throughout the Ages reading challenge, 19th century novel.This novel is one of the French classics you are meant to study in school so I am not quite sure how it happened that I had to wait for C line s reading challenge before I got around to reading it La Mare au Diable can be acquired in pretty much any French bookstore from your tiny local one to the big Fnac and should not cost you over two Euros Quite a nice change from the other books I had to track down for this challenge and it s also a nice proof if any was needed that Amantine Aurore Lucile Dupin, aka George Sand, is a writer that has left its impact on French readers and literature.I think many foreigners have heard of George Sand, a woman ahead of her times, if perhaps not for her literary talent, at least for her unconventional lifestyle namely cross dressing and extramarital affairs In fact, I think her life is as fascinating as her fiction but that wou...


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    What a great view of tiny village life in France It is about what people do, feel think, what they daily cope with, in such a place It is also a story of love s anguish The best part of the book is the wedding and ...


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    La Mare au DiableGeorge Sand n e Aurore Dupin 1804 1876 Voil un petit roman d amour romantique, campagnard La mare ensorcel ne joue qu un petit r le dans ce r cit, par contre le mariage avec les nombreuses traditions anciens attach s es...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Most people today remember Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin, who is better known by her pseudonym George Sand and who died in 1876, less as the author of dozens of novels than as the cross dressing, cigar smoking lover of a host of celebrities in the French artistic world, including Alfred de Musset and Fr d ric Chopin Yet her writings deserve not to be forgotten La Mare au dibble translated into English as The Devil s Pool is a charming story, well written, that readslike a fairytale than Most people today remember ...


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    The oh so alluringly named Shameless Hussy Press, who brought this back into print in the 70s, bemoan that there are so many books about George Sand about, but so few by her Typically I d side with their interests, but, alas, actually reading this particular somewhat idealized pastoral romance from Sand s pen in 1840s has nothing on hea...

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