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Eugénie Grandet is a novel first published in 1833 by French author Honoré de Balzac.While he was writing it he conceived his ambitious project, The Human Comedy, and almost immediately prepared a second edition, revising the names of some of the characters so that Eugénie Grandet then fitted into the section: Scenes from provincial life (Scènes de la vie de province) in the Comédie.
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La Comédie humaine (French: [la kɔmediː ymɛːn]; English: The Human Comedy) is Honoré de Balzac's 1829–48 multi-volume collection of interlinked novels and stories depicting French society in the period of the Restoration (1815–30) and the July Monarchy (1830–48).. La Comédie humaine consists of 91 finished works (stories, novels, or analytical essays) and 46 unfinished works (some ...
Ursule Mirouët, an often overlooked novel, belongs to Honoré de Balzac’s great series of 94 novels and short stories La Comédie humaine.First published in 1841, it forms part of his Scènes de la vie de province.. The action of the novel takes place in Nemours, though with flashbacks to Paris. It is set in the years 1829–1837.
Balzac, Honoré de, 1799-1850: Title: La Comédie humaine - Volume 05. Scènes de la vie de Province - Tome 01 Contents: Ursule Mirouet -- Eugénie Grandet -- Les Célibataires (première histoire): Pierrette. Language: French: LoC Class: PQ: Language and Literatures: Romance literatures: French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese: Subject
In 1843 Balzac placed Le Père Goriot in the section of La Comédie humaine entitled "Scènes de la vie parisienne" ("Scenes of life in Paris"). Quickly thereafter, he reclassified it – due to its intense focus on the private lives of its characters – as one of the "Scènes de la vie privée" ("Scenes of private life"). These categories and the novels in them were his attempt to create a ...
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