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Isabelle Sandy (a pseudonym; 15 June 1884, Cos, Ariège – 8 May 1975) was a French poet, writer and radio presenter, best known for her regionalism. She was awarded the Prix Montyon by the Académie française for Chantal Daunoy. It has been noted that she was one of the few women writers in the interwar period.