Trapped in a marriage to a domineering soldier, love-starved and submissive Indiana searches for someone to desire her deeply and passionately. While she looks for love, she is pursued relentlessly by a charming, rakish neighbour who has already seduced her maid. Written by Amandine Aurore Dupin and published under the name of George Sand, Indiana is a romantic tale of a woman's journey into passion that details what happens between good women and bad men.
Set in the countryside of her native province of Berry, Sand's novel tells the story of an orphan boy, François, who is placed in a rural foster home and of the miller's wife, Madeline, who befriends him.
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