Rich and beautiful letter from george sand to Gustave Flaubert, written the day after his first visit to croisset. \J e am really touched by the welcome that i received in your mid canon or of my kind stray animal is an anomaly quon might find embarrassing. Instead it threw my receipt as if family and saw this great learning experience came from the heart.Do not moubliez with very kind friends. I have been very happy at home. And you, you are a brave and good boy, every great man you are and I love you with all my heart. Jai head full of Rouen, monuments, brick houses.
All this saw hits you with me doubly. But your house, your garden, your citadel, is like a dream and I think jy still am. I found little paris yesterday, crossing bridges. I you have not seen enough, you and your frame.
Mails must put children who call and show their teeth. I kiss you and I bless you all. On my way home yesterday I found a seam which i told by you that my portrait of him was as the best quon had done. It has not been little flattered. I'll get a very good test for you send it.
I forgot to take three leaves of the tulip tree, send them to me in a letter, this is for something cabalistic \Back of a stay in Alexandre Dumas son in Normandy (in Saint-Valéry-en-Caux) george sand had arrived at flaubert on 28 August. She stayed there two days before returning to Paris. During the fifteen years that lasted their friendship, sand and Flaubert corresponded more they saw not.
Considered one of the most beautiful nineteenth century. Sand went only three times in croisset.Flaubert meanwhile only stayed twice at nohant. During this first stay in croisset, george sand did not hide his delight in writing August 29, 1866 to his daughter: \It has a lovely home on the water, an old well repaired, comfortable house with an old garden monks refurbished, mid-side in trees and walls, this is delicious country is superb.
I saw yesterday all the interesting monuments of Rouen, and then cloisters, mass graves, impossible streets, while still a medieval standing. \We include a reproduction of the famous portrait of george sand drawn by thomas seam. Letter referenced in correspondence (Lubin, Volume XX, No.
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