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10 thoughts on “Jeanne

  1. says:

    After finishing George Sand s Histoire de Ma Vie, I decided to read her novel, Jeanne, to see the corollaries with the actual story of Joan of Arc My article on Joan of Arc is forthcoming from the Journal of Consciousness Studies Clearly Sand did have actual events from the historic Jeanne d Arc s life in mind when she wrote her own version of a young, virginal, French peasant, whose beauty, kindness, and poetic mind attracted bourgeois men to her She may have been illiterate, but she was highly intuitive and a had a way with farm animals While innocent to a fault, with an angelic face, she was a radical peasant, and as strong as a man Here s one direct reference to Jeanne d Arc in the text Elle savait seulement, par sa m re, qu il y avait eu autrefois des femmes saintes qui, vivant dans le c libat, avaient prot g le pays et initi le peuple aux choses divines p 233 Sand certainly had a way with words and there are beautifully written passages.

  2. says:

    Belle peinture d une poque, d une r gion et d une vie les paysans face aux bourgeois