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Jules Sandeau

Sandeau, Jules (zhül säNdōˈ) [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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