Modeste Mignon



The Comedi Humaine Scenes From Private Life.Modeste Mignon

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  • Paperback
  • 176 pages
  • Modeste Mignon
  • Honoré de Balzac
  • English
  • 11 June 2019
  • 1846378001

10 thoughts on “Modeste Mignon

  1. says:

    Slow beginning, abrupt ending, and all magic in the middle Balzac is one of those writers like Hardy or Dickens with whom their whole body of work comes into play not just the individual novel I love Balzac s examination of character against the vicissitudes of socie...

  2. says:

    The young Modeste Mignon enjoys the writings of the famous poet Canalis One day in a bookseller s she sees a lithographed portrait of Canalis and is struck by his head made sublime by commercial requirements She determines to find out all she can about him and to write to him Canalis sco...

  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Die Schwester der Titelheldin ist schon mal vor Gram dahingestorben, da der Auserw hlte wegen des finanziellen Ruins des Vaters das Weite gesucht hat Vater macht sich auf in bersee ein neues Verm gen zu finden MM soll nun sch n tugendhaft bleiben Stattdessen aber wirft sie sich per Post einem gefeierten Schriftsteller an den Hals Canalis hei t die Kanaille Der l sst aber seinen Sekret r Ernest ran Es folgt ein unglaublich langer und der und v llig unglaubw rdiger Briefwechsel Da deutet Die Schwester der Titelheldin ist schon mal vor Gram dahingestorben, da der Auserw hlte wegen des finanziellen Ruins des Vaters das Weite gesucht hat Vater macht sich auf in bersee ein neues Verm gen zu finden MM soll nun sch n tugendhaft bleiben Stattdessen aber wirft sie sich per Post einem gefeierten Schriftsteller an den Hals Canalis hei t die K...

  4. says:

    Honor de Balzac, Modeste Mignon 1844 401 pages in French, on Kindle One of the longest, latest, and possibly one of the best of Balzac s novels Technically it is better than most, in that he begins with the intrigue before portraying the scene and the characters, rather than starting with fifty pages of description of people, architecture, furniture and scenery before anything happens, as in some of his books The descriptions are spread throughout the novel when the characters are introduc Honor de Balzac, Modeste Mignon 1844 401 pages in French, on Kindle One of the longest, latest, and possibly one of the best of Balzac s novels Technically it is better than most, in that he begins with the intrigue before portraying the scene and the characters, rather than starting with fifty pages of description of people, architecture, furniture and scenery before anything happens, as in some of his books The descriptions are spread throughout the novel when the characters are introduced Modeste Mignon is a twenty three year old woman, who at the beginning is kept secluded under strict observation by her relatives because her older sister had eloped with unfortunate consequences After the situation is set up, t...

  5. says:

    Who Shakespeare s Much ado about nothing s like, will like Balzac s Modeste Mignon, too An economic crisis rips Modeste s father out of business He leaves Le Havre to get back to new wealth.Modeste after the death of her sister and after the absence of her father the only child of her parents sees suddenly herself guarded of her mother and their remaining friends They feared Modeste, as before her sister, plane to run off with a young man.Modeste after the loss of wealth of the family Who Shakespeare s Much ado about nothing s like, will like Balzac s Modeste Mignon, too An economic crisis rips Modeste s father out of business He leaves Le Havre to get back to new wealth.Modeste after the death of her sister and after the absence of her father the only child of her parents sees suddenly herself guarded of her mother and their remaining friends They feared Modeste, as before her sister, plane to run off with a young man.Modeste after the loss of wealth of the family has taken refuge in the world of books and leaves the house almost never Suddenly she sees herself confronted with subliminal tests remarks, whose task it is to reveal her lover.Secretly she raves for a famous Parisian poet and decide to write him a letter It develops an intimate correspondence What Modeste did not know is, that not the poet write the letters, but his amanuensis.After the return of her father, now rich again, this illusion is stripped.Diss...

  6. says:

    Lendo a obra de Balzac tenho percebido que ele passeia bem, dentro de seu estilo, por v rios g neros liter rios Essa obra difere um pouco do que tinha lido dele at ent o por ser bem rom ntica N o aprecio muito o romantismo mas a forma com que algumas hist ria s o narradas me fazem repensar isso Modesta uma jovem provinciana cujos pais passaram por in meras perdas e vicissitudes e, devido a isso, passam a proteg la e at a blind la do contato com os jovens rapazes At que ela se apaixona Lendo a obra de Balzac tenho percebido que ele passeia bem, dentro de seu estilo, por v rios g neros liter rios Essa obra difere um pouco do que tinha lido dele at ent o por ser bem rom ntica N o aprecio muito o romantismo mas a forma com que algumas hist ria s o narradas me fazem repensar isso Modesta uma jovem provinciana cujos pais passaram por in meras perdas e vicissitudes e, devido a isso, passam a proteg la e...

  7. says:

    Free download available at Project Gutenberg.The original French text is available at La Biblioth que lectronique du Qu bec.Opening lines Vers le milieu du mois d octobre 1829, monsieur Simon Babylas Latournelle, un notaire, montait du Havre Ingouville, bras dessus bras dessous avec son fils, et accompagn de sa femme, pr s de laquelle allait, comme un page, le premier clerc de l tude, un petit bossu nomm Jean Butscha.Quotations Le cerveau, ses produits en tous genres, car dans les Arts la ...

  8. says:

    This isn t my favorite Balzac novel, but it is still very good It starts a bit slow and has a long epistolary interlude of love letters in the early middle I have never liked epistolary books, and the love letter section of this book is no exception, but I can forgive it since it is necessary to set up the situation in the second half of the story, where the action and intrigue pick up and begin to feellike the Balzac that I love In the beginning Modeste seems ...

  9. says:

    I struggled with deciding how many stars to give this novel Out of respect for Balzac and his ambitious project in the Human Comedy, I settled on three But this novel is not by any means Balzac s best, and it pales beside Pere Goriot and Eugenie Grandet The overarching problem seems to be that Balzac could not decide what kind of novel he intended to write Is it a tragedy of deception An epistolary romance A comedy of manners In trying to be all these things, it succeeds at none of them I struggled with deciding how many stars to give this novel Out of respect for Balzac and his ambitious project in the Huma...

  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Even the lesser known works of Balzac can turn out to be gems This story of a beautiful young woman courted by three men is like a Mozart libretto la The Barber of Seville or Cosi Fan Tutte Modeste Mignon begins with a correspondence between the eponymous heroine and a famous poet, Melchior de Canalis Canalis, very full of himself, lets his secretary Ernest La Bri re carry his end of the correspondence In the process, the two find themselves falling in love with each other.Enter Modeste s Even the les...

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