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    Personal life. George Sand – known to her friends and family as "Aurore" – was born in Paris and was raised for much of her childhood by her grandmother Marie-Aurore de Saxe, Madame Dupin de Francueil, at her grandmother's house in the village of Nohant, in the French province of Berry.

  2. George Timothy Clooney (born May 6, 1961) is an American actor and filmmaker. He is the recipient of numerous accolades , including a British Academy Film Award , four Golden Globe Awards , four Screen Actors Guild Awards , and two Academy Awards , one for his acting and the other as a producer.

  3. Frances Fisher began by apprenticing at the Barter Theatre in Abingdon, Virginia. She spent 14 years based in New York City, playing leads in over 30 productions of plays by such noted writers as John Arden , Noël Coward , Emily Mann , Joe Orton , Sam Shepard , William Shakespeare , Jean-Claude van Itallie , Eudora Welty and Tennessee Williams .

  4. Impromptu: Directed by James Lapine. With Judy Davis, Hugh Grant, Mandy Patinkin, Bernadette Peters. In 1830s France, pianist/composer Frédéric Chopin is pursued romantically by the determined, individualistic woman who uses the name George Sand.

  5. Mar 26, 2018 · Olivia de Havilland signed with Warner Brothers in 1935 and in 1939 appeared as Melanie in Gone with the Wind. The role gained her recognition and she went on to win Academy Awards for the films ...

  6. Nov 21, 2017 · Americans are rising to the tasks of history, and they expect the same of us. George W. Bush. History is moving, and it will tend toward hope, or tend toward tragedy. George W. Bush. Now, there are some who would like to rewrite history – revisionist historians is what I like to call them. George W. Bush

  7. An important biography is the one referred to above, Per Seyersted’s Kate Chopin: A Critical Biography (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1969). Also important is Daniel Rankin’s Kate Chopin and Her Creole Stories (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1932; available now through Google Books).

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