Comments for the name Indiana

Comments for INDIANA:

Of course, Indiana Jones' real name was Junior. The family dog was called Indiana, and Indy loved that dog!
-- Anonymous User  12/14/2005
Actually, Indiana Jones' real name was Henry Jones Junior, not just Junior.
-- reservoirdoll1987  1/23/2006
Actress Summer Phoenix has a son named Indiana August.
-- tigerlilly  1/21/2007
Australian basketball player, Brett Maher, 33, has a daugther named Indiana Rose. She was born on Valentine's Day 2007.
-- tigerlilly  2/20/2007
Indiana Evans is an Australian actress on the soap Home and Away.
-- Miss-Rory  5/23/2008
"Indiana" (1832) was the first novel by French authoress George Sand.

It is about a beautiful young Creole woman who has an unhappy series of relationships until she finally finds love with her cousin Ralph shortly before they commit suicide ... or do they?!
-- keepitreal  1/7/2011
"Indiana" is also the name of a song by Meg and Dia.
-- guardgirl15  6/24/2011
Indiana is a novel about love and marriage written by Amandine Aurore Dupin; it was the first work she published under her pseudonym George Sand. Published in April 1832, the novel blends the conventions of romanticism, realism, and idealism. Set partly in France and partly in the French colony of Reunion, Sand had to base her descriptions of the colony - where she had never been- on the travel writing of friend Jules Neraud. The main character is Indiana, a young woman who is weak in body but strong in mind.
-- Retardtoids  11/1/2012
Camilla (Burney novel)

Camilla, subtitled A Picture of Youth, is a novel by Frances Burney, first published in 1796. Camilla deals with the matrimonial concerns of a group of young people: Camilla Tyrold and her sisters, the sweet tempered Lavinia and the deformed, but extremely kind, Eugenia, and their cousin the beautiful Indiana Lynmere - and in particular, with the love affair between Camilla herself and her eligible suitor, Edgar Mandlebert. They have many hardships, however, caused by misunderstandings and mistakes, in the path of true love. An enormously popular eighteenth-century novel, Camilla is touched at many points by the advancing spirit of romanticism.
-- Retardtoids  11/2/2012

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