Sandeau, Jules

Sandeau, Jules zhül säNdō´ [key], 1811–83, French novelist. His best-known work is the romance Mademoiselle de la Seiglière (1848), dramatized in 1851. He collaborated several times with authors better known than he with the baronne Dudévant, who took her pen name George Sand from Sandeau's name, he wrote Rose et Blanche ou, La Comédienne et la religieuse (1831).

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