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The Daily Laws by Robert Greene, Pg. 127

In 1832, a publisher accepted Aurore Dupin Dudevant’s first major novel, Indiana. She had chosen to publish it under a pseudonym, “George Sand,” and all of Paris assumed this impressive new writer was male. Dudevant had sometimes worn men’s clothes before creating “George Sand”: now, as a…

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