Works Consulted

 
19th Century Women Writers
Barry, Joseph. Infamous Woman: the life of George Sand
Doubleday & Co, New York 1977
 
Cross, Marie et al. The Feminism of Flora Tristan
Berg Publishers, Providence 1992
 
Gordon, Felicia et al. Early French Feminisms, 1830-1940
Edward Elgar Pub. Ltd, Cheltenhaum, UK 1996
 
Robb, Graham. Balzac
Picador, London 1994
 
Winegarten, Renee. The Double Life of George Sand: woman and writer
Basic Books Inc, New York 1978
 
Caricature courtesy of Graham Robb
George Sand images courtesy of Renee Winegarten and Joseph Barry
Tristan Images courtesy of Felicia Gordon, Marie Cross and Tim Gray
 
Rebellion (I & II):
Bergman-Carton, Janis. The Woman of Ideas in French Art, 1830-1848
Yale University Press, New Haven 1995
 
Brosman, Catherine Savage. Nineteenth-century French Fiction Writers: Romanticism and Realism 1800-1860
Gale Research Inc, Detroit. 1992
 
Crosland, Margaret. Women of Iron and Velvet: French women writers after George Sand
Taplinger Publishing Co, New York, 1976
 
Moses, Claire Goldberg. French Feminism in the 19th Century
SUNY Press, New York. 1984
 
Pritchett, V. Balzac
Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1973
 
Sartori, Eva Martin, French Women Writers: A Bio-bibliographical source book
Greenwood Press, NY 1991
 
Images courtesy of Bergman-Carton, Moses and Pritchett
 
Sand vs. Tristan:
Beik, Doris et al. Flora Tristan: Utopian Feminist
Indiana University Press, Bloomington 1993
 
Cross, Marie et al. The Feminism of Flora Tristan
Berg Publishers, Providence 1992
 
Moses, Claire Goldberg. French Feminism in the 19th Century
SUNY Press, New York. 1984
 
Newman, Edgar Leon. Historical Dictionary of France from the 1815 Restoration to the Second Empire
Greenwood Press, New York 1987
 
Walton, Whitney. Writing the 1848 Revolution: Politics, Gender, and Feminism in the Works of French Women of Letters
French Historical Studies 1994
 
Winegarten, Renee. The Double Life of George Sand: woman and writer
Basic Books Inc, New York 1978
 
Images courtesy of Maria Espinosa (for GS) and Marie Cross and Tim Gray (for FT)
Caricature courtesy of Claire Goldberg Moses
 
 
George Sand:
Barry, Joseph. Infamous Woman: the life of George Sand
Doubleday & Co, New York 1977
 
Cate, Curtis. George Sand: A biography
Houghton Mifflin Co, Boston 1975
 
Crosland, Margaret. Women of Iron and Velvet: French women writers after George Sand
Taplinger Publishing Co, New York, 1976
 
Ozouf, Mona. Women's Words: Essay on French Singularity
University of Chicago Press, Chicago 1997
 
Winegarten, Renee. The Double Life of George Sand: woman and writer
Basic Books Inc, New York 1978
Images courtesy of Joseph A. Barry (no dates given)
 
Lelia: text examples of George Sand
 
Sand, George Lelia, Translated by Maria Espinosa
Indiana University Press, Bloomington 1978
 
Women's Voices in 1848
Barry, Joseph. Infamous Woman: the life of George Sand
Doubleday & Co, New York 1977
 
Desanti, Dominique Daniel
Paris, Stock 1980
 
Lamartine, Alphonse. Portraits et salons romantiques
Le Goupy, Paris 1927
 
Walton, Whitney. Writing the 1848 Revolution: Politics, Gender, and Feminism in the Works of French Women of Letters
French Historical Studies 1994
 
Images courtesy of Desanti (Allart), Barry (Sand and d'Agoult) and Lamartine (Girardin)
 
Pictorial Biography of George Sand
Image courtesy of Joseph A Barry
 
Flora Tristan
Moses, Claire Goldberg. French Feminism in the 19th Century
SUNY Press, New York. 1984
 
Cross, Marie et al. The Feminism of Flora Tristan
Berg Publishers, Providence 1992
 
Flora Tristan's Text
Beik, Doris et al. Flora Tristan: Utopian Feminist
Indiana University Press, Bloomington 1993
 
l'Union Ouvriere translation by Doris and Paul Beik
 
Tristan and Hugo
Beik, Doris et al. Flora Tristan: Utopian Feminist
Indiana University Press, Bloomington 1993
 
Hugo, Victor Les Miserables
Random House Inc, New York 1992
(Translated by Charles E. Wilbour)
 
Tieghem, Philippe Van, Dictionnaire de Victor Hugo
Librarire Larousse, Paris 1970
 
Tristan image courtesy of Marie Cross
Hugo image courtesy of Philippe Van Tieghem
 
 
 
 
Beaumont:
Special thanks to Robert Schwartz for his ideas (and those of History 255)
 
Images courtesy of Claire Goldberg Moses
 
 
 
 
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