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La Petite Fadette


La Petite Fadette, also published in English under the titles Little Fadette. A Domestic Story (1849), Fadette. A Domestic Story (1851) and Little Fadette (1967), is an 1849 novel by French novelist George Sand, née Amantine Dupin. Sand wrote the rural story together with François le Champi in the 1840s as she left behind her life as a glamorous writer in Paris to return to the countryside of Châteauroux. The novel is one of Sand's best known today. It was translated into English and published in 1900 by Henry Holt and Company, and an updated critical translation by Gretchen van Slyke was published by Penn State University Press in 2017. A 2004 French television movie was directed by Michaëla Watteaux.
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original title: La Petite Fadette
language: French
date of publication: 1849
genre: novel


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