Albert Savarus

Albert Savarus This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original Due to its age it may contain imperfections such as marks notations marginalia and flawed pages Because we believe this work is c

  • Title: Albert Savarus
  • Author: Honoré de Balzac
  • ISBN: 9781419105340
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Paperback
  • This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world s literature in affordable, high quality, modernThis scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world s literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.

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      Honoré de Balzac

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    1. Honor de Balzac was a nineteenth century French novelist and playwright His magnum opus was a sequence of almost 100 novels and plays collectively entitled La Com die humaine, which presents a panorama of French life in the years after the fall of Napol on Bonaparte in 1815.Due to his keen observation of detail and unfiltered representation of society, Balzac is regarded as one of the founders of realism in European literature He is renowned for his multi faceted characters even his lesser characters are complex, morally ambiguous and fully human Inanimate objects are imbued with character as well the city of Paris, a backdrop for much of his writing, takes on many human qualities His writing influenced many famous authors, including the novelists Marcel Proust, mile Zola, Charles Dickens, Gustave Flaubert, Henry James and Jack Kerouac, as well as important philosophers such as Friedrich Engels Many of Balzac s works have been made into films, and they continue to inspire other writers.An enthusiastic reader and independent thinker as a child, Balzac had trouble adapting himself to the teaching style of his grammar school His willful nature caused trouble throughout his life, and frustrated his ambitions to succeed in the world of business When he finished school, Balzac was apprenticed as a legal clerk, but he turned his back on law after wearying of its inhumanity and banal routine Before and during his career as a writer, he attempted to be a publisher, printer, businessman, critic, and politician He failed in all of these efforts La Com die Humaine reflects his real life difficulties, and includes scenes from his own experience.Balzac suffered from health problems throughout his life, possibly due to his intense writing schedule His relationship with his family was often strained by financial and personal drama, and he lost than one friend over critical reviews In 1850, he married Ewelina Ha ska, his longtime paramour he died five months later.

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    1. Written in 1842, Albert Savarus is a work of a circumstance at the same time a personal testimony In correspondence since 1832, lovers in 1834, Balzac and Madame Hanska were promised to be married But the death of the old is Mr Hanski was waiting.The story which parodies and depicts French society in the period of the Restoration and the July Monarchy 1815 1848.The English version can be found at Gutenberg ProjectThe original French text at La Biblioth que lectronique du Qu bec.3 La maison du Ch [...]



    2. Voil un livre tonnant de la part de Balzac Il a eu l id e de montrer le pouvoir des femmes sur la r alit masculine de son poque et ce, en faisant un roman sur un homme o tout passe par le biais d un personnage f minin En effet, toute l existence d Albert Savarus est consacr e l amour d une femme qui exige de lui une fid lit absolue jusqu au d c s de son mari et toute son histoire ne nous est donn e que lorsque Mlle Watteville commence s y int resser, ce qui ne se produit qu partir du douzi me ch [...]


    3. Ein bisschen sehr konstruiert Unsere junge Heldin, Rosalie, soll verheiratet werden, entschlie t sich aber dazu, den mysteri sen Anwalt Albert haben zu wollen Wir befinden uns in Besancon So richtig aufmerksam zu verfolgen die Geschichte gelingt mir nicht Aber es geht ungef hr so Albert gibt eine literarische Zeitschrift heraus, darin befindet sich eine Novelle, die Balzac uns nicht vorenth lt Darin verliebt sich junger Mann in junge Frau, die aber leider verheiratet ist Man verabredet den Tod d [...]


    4. A Romantic story of a tragic love affair is the pretext for a study of the moeurs and politics of Besan on under Louis Philippe the first novel in the Com die humaine which is not set in Paris or involving Parisians It is very hard to get into as the first quarter of the book is all set up, jumping from character to character without anything actually happening, and then it goes into a story within the story, a novella written by the main character As with most of the novellas, this is of inter [...]





    5. Lu par devoir Intrigu par Alain, qui pr tendait que c tait un chef d oeuvre Ennuyant Mal crit crit en vitesse par Balzac, bourr d erreurs Insipide Trop court Trop de d tails sordides sur les magouilles lectorales et la politique de la France vers 1834, un sujet auquel je ne connais rien et qui ne m int resse pas.


    6. As como Carlomagno o Napole n quisieron abarcar al mundo, Honor de Balzac busc , en cerca de un centenar de narraciones, alrededor de catorce mil cuartillas, englobar a la sociedad , as , toda, tan heterodoxa, tan vasta, tan universal.Su Comedia humana en franca referencia a la obra suprema de Dante, asimismo tan compleja y copiosa , esa magn fica faena con la cual Balzac no s lo busc retratar a la sociedad, sino entenderla, aprehenderla, alberga muchas de las mejores novelas del siglo decimon n [...]


    7. Albert Savarus um advogado cuja ambi o movida por um amor distante e, a princ pio, comprometido Resolve se instalar e prosperar em Besan on, cujos cidad os s o t o fechados que consideram qualquer franc s estrangeiro Ros lia, uma rica e geniosa besan onense se apaixona por ele e mover c us no caso infernos e terras a fim de conquistar o rapaz A hist ria simples e traz muito da vida do autor mas como sempre constru da com originiladade, coes o e at suspense pois, como tem acontecido a cada leitur [...]


    8. Of all secret crimes, the most disgraceful is that of ading a letter surreptitiously , January 28, 2015This review is from Albert Savarus Paperback Wonderful tale set in the provincial town of Besancon, and focussing on the de Watteville family the fiercely religious and independently wealthy wife, the ineffectual husband, who absents himself, spending his days working his lathed 19 year old daughter, Rosalie A colourless and insignificant young person, carefully brought up by Mama, so that at s [...]


    9. An unusually romantic work of fiction for Balzac A lawyer arrives in Besan on and lives like a recluse A girl who lives next door becomes romantically bossed by him, a passion reinforced by reading a story by him that is semi autobiographical The story is included in full, and is a pastiche of the sort of excessively romantic and far fetched tale fashionable in Balzac s day The girl engages in subterfuges to try and bring herself and the lawyer together, but they fail disastrously This short nov [...]


    10. The story follows Albert Savarus who comes to Besan on to become deputy and involves himself in winning some suits as lawyer to gain political votes favors His letters are intercepted by Mademoiselle de Watteville who becomes in love with him, also reading an article published by his freshly instaurated Journal de l Est where the picture within a picture method is applied It is important to mention that it was written in 1842 just after Balzac received a letter from Madame Hanska who boldly info [...]


    11. I finished some two thirds of this work without getting any inkling of what Balzac was up to Where was the cabal that joined together to thwart the hero or heroine Little did I know well, I won t give away the ending Albert Savarus is not one of Balzac s better works, but it was clearly an experiment As such, I enjoyed it and I liked the highly dramatic ending Young ladies, beware of manipulating the lives of the unsuspecting young men would love


    12. L histoire d une jalousie extr me d une jeune fille de Besan on Rosalie de Watteville envers Albert Savaron de Savarus Elle ira jusqu au bout pour obtenir gain de cause Cette histoire inspir e Balzac par sa vie ne fait pas vibrer comme Illusions Perdues peut le faire


    13. One of Balzac s best Shamelessly romantic, it tells the story of Albert Savarus s stoic love frustrated by politics and the wicked machinations of a horrid rival for his heart Like poor Albert, I kept up my hopes to the end


    14. I m getting pretty fedup of his far fetched plots and the awful fate that awaits any woman who dares to have a will and a mind of her own.



    15. At first it seemed like a total mishmash, with jumping straight into a short story written by the title character, but it s a devastating portrayal of romantic obsession.


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