Revue indépendante is a French symbolist journal. The journal was founded in 1841 by George Sand, Pierre Leroux, and Louis Viardot, and is notable for having published such novels as Les Lauriers sont coupés by Édouard Dujardin, En rade by Joris-Karl Huysmans, and Consuelo by George Sand. The magazine is based in Paris. In 1947 it became the official magazine of the Union of Journalists and Writers. Its editor-in-chief is Christian Grégoire. In March 2014 it went on online.
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