Indiana cover

Indiana

George Sand (1804-1876)

1. 00 Introductions
2. 01 Part 1, chapter 1
3. 02 Part 1, chapter 2
4. 03 Part 1, chapter 3
5. 04 Part 1, chapter 4
6. 05 Part 1, chapter 5
7. 06 Part 1, chapter 6
8. 07 Part 1, chapter 7
9. 08 Part 1, chapter 8
10. 09 Part 2, chapter 9
11. 10 Part 2, chapter 10
12. 11 Part 2, chapter 11
13. 12 Part 2, chapter 12
14. 13 Part 2, chapter 13
15. 14 Part 2, chapter 14
16. 15 Part 2, chapter 15
17. 16 Part 2, chapter 16
18. 17 Part 3, chapter 17
19. 18 Part 3, chapter 18
20. 19 Part 3, chapter 19
21. 20 Part 3, chapter 20
22. 21 Part 3, chapter 21
23. 22 Part 3, chapter 22
24. 23 Part 3, chapter 23
25. 24 Part 3, chapter 24
26. 25 Part 4, chapter 25
27. 26 Part 4, chapter 26
28. 27 Part 4, chapter 27
29. 28 Part 4, chapter 28
30. 29 Part 4, chapter 29
31. 30 Part 4, chapter 30
32. 31 CONCLUSION

(*) Your listen progress will be continuously saved. Just bookmark and come back to this page and continue where you left off.

Genres

Summary

This is George Sand's first novel. Her real name was Amantine (or Amandine) Lucile Dupin, and she later became baroness Dudevant. As an aristocratic woman living in 19th century France, she chose her first novel to be, above all, a realistic work. Indiana is trapped since the age of 16 in a loveless marriage with a rich, much older, man. Her only real friend is her cousin, sir Ralph, who, sometimes, just does things which are- logically- the best for her but- mentally- the worsed he could do. She tries to find means of escape. But would she be able to recreate her own reality? Can a woman find true love while trying to maintain her identity and independence in a man's world?"