The Chopin Affair: George Sand's Rivalry with her Daughter

@article{Jensen2013TheCA,
  title={The Chopin Affair: George Sand's Rivalry with her Daughter},
  author={Katharine Ann Jensen},
  journal={Nineteenth-Century Contexts},
  year={2013},
  volume={35},
  pages={41 - 64}
}
  • K. A. Jensen
  • Published 1 February 2013
  • Political Science
  • Nineteenth-Century Contexts
In 1838, George Sand (the pen name of Aurore Dupin Dudevant) and Frederic Chopin began a love affair that lasted nine years. This long-term relationship came to an end in 1847 when, according to Sa... 
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