Mers-sur-Indre, Indre, France. Here occurs an episode of the eponymous novel by George Sand. Mers-sur-Indre, France. I, the copyright holder of this work, hereby publish it under the following license:.
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http://leondumoulin.nl/language/context/third-nephi-the-fifth-gospel.php It was the home of George Sand born as Aurore Dupin; — , a French author, and was purchased by the French state in The house was preserved because it was where Sand wrote many of her books and hosted some of the most important artists and writers of her time, including Chopin, Liszt, Balzac, Turgenev, and Delacroix. The writer and her family are buried in a small cemetery between the garden and the village church. The house is open to the public and is managed by the Centre des monuments nationaux. History The village of 'Nohan' was mentioned in.
This article presents lists of the literary events and publications in Events One of the year's least successful publications January 3 — American author Edgar Allan Poe prints the final edition of the Broadway Journal, a journal he owned for only a few months, with the final issue dated this day. Poe also publishes "The Philosophy of Composition". Petersburg Collection.
After 17 issues Dickens hands over the editorship to his friend John Forster. It continues until Retrieved George Sand amoureuse. Events January 1 — M.
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March 1 — Lewis Carroll chooses his pseudonym; on May 1 he takes up photography as a hobby. History In , Bernadette Chirac wished to give the Princess of Wales a unique handbag on the occasion of her visit to Paris. When France's first lady contacted Dior in her search for such a bag, the House offered her a model unofficially named Chouchou at the time.
It was officially rechristened Princesse in the short term. It was often photographed carried by Diana at public events: she had it with her in Birmingham during an official visit; again a few weeks later during a stay in Argentina; then on several further occasions.
The Devil's Pool. [La mare au diable]. George Sand. Translated from the French by. Jane Minot Sedgwick and Ellery Sedgwick. This web edition published by. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.
He appeared in films between and He suffered fatal burns when his nylon shirt caught fire from his cigarette; apparently he had fallen asleep while smoking. The magazine is based in Paris. Retrieved 2 August Retrieved 4 September Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University. March Retrieved 25 October Many of the members wear kilts during their live and very energetic stage performances creating raucous party music using traditional and modern instruments.
Career The band's debut French-language album was Au diable les remords. This was coupled with a tour of Quebec and a European tour including dates in France, Belgium and Germany. Antoine Rault born September 28, is a French dramatist and novelist. Biography Antoine Rault was born in Paris.
Subsequently, Antoine Rault worked for 15 years as a ghostwriter for the chairman of an international company and several French politicians. He was also a public relations advisor for a French minister. Highly attached to his brother and mother, he feels asked by the latter in the terminal stages of a brain tumour to put an end to her sufferings.
He writes of this in his book En attendant la. Early life and career Ingrid Chauvin was born on 3 October in Argenteuil in the department of Val-d'Oise, to a lifeguard father and a watercolor painter and documentalist mother. Despite her parents' opposition, Ingrid sought to become an actress since she was a child.
Her parents then divorced when she was eight. After that, her mother had a relationship with a computer scientist, who is seven years younger than she.
Since her childhood, Ingrid Chauvin wanted to become a veterinarian or an actress. After her studies, she worked as a professional make-up artist, especially for pornographic productions, while attending some castings for modeling. At age 19, due to her physical beauty, she posed for a number of photographers and had her first castings. Her first earnings allow. Georges Wilson 16 October — 3 February  was a French film and television actor. He is the father of French actor Lambert Wilson. His professional surname, Wilson, derives from his Irish grandmother; his birthname has not been made public.
Binet Les Hu. King Carlo I Bertoleoni and his family, which the Bertoleoni family claims was displayed in Buckingham Palace with the caption "The royal family of Tavolara, in the gulf of Terranova, the smallest kingdom in the world.
The members of this family were also the only inhabitants of this island whose land is owned partly by the Marzano family in Rome, and partly by a NATO military base that had been abandoned in the s because of North-African piracy in the area. They sustained themselves by goat farming and fishing. Currently, the mock-kingdom is a tourist attraction for the 50 or so native inhabitants of the island, where the current "king" and "crown princess" run its two restaurants and sell souvenirs to visitors of the Natural Park.
Marcel Boussac 17 April — 21 March was a French entrepreneur best known for his ownership of the Maison Dior and one of the most successful thoroughbred race horse breeding farms in European history. In , he financed Christian Dior's new Paris fashion house that became one of the most famous clothing and perfume marques in history.
In Boussac expanded into the newspaper business with the acquisition of L'Aurore. As part of his breeding operation, Boussac bought and sold horses from across Europe plus from the United States. He acquired the U. Triple Crown winner Whirlaway and sold the mare. The affected province and general area are currently undergoing a military conflict, which is hindering treatment and prevention efforts.
Cubism has been considered the most influential art movement of the 20th century. Since her death in , several biographies and films have studied her life, including 's Academy Award-winning La Vie en rose — and Piaf has become one of the most celebrated performers of the 20th century.
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