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Honore de Balzac - La Muse Du Departement

Honore de Balzac - La Muse Du Departement

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La Muse du département
Balzac, Honoré de
Publication:
1843
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Fiction
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http://fr.wikisource.org
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A Propos Balzac:
Honoré de Balzac (May 20, 1799 – August 18, 1850), born Honoré Bal-zac, was a nineteenth-century French novelist and playwright. His work,much of which is a sequence (or Roman-fleuve) of almost 100 novels andplays collectively entitled La Comédie humaine, is a broad, often satiricalpanorama of French society, particularly the petite bourgeoisie, in theyears after the fall of Napoléon Bonaparte in 1815—namely the period of the Restoration (1815–1830) and the July Monarchy (1830–1848). Alongwith Gustave Flaubert (whose work he influenced), Balzac is generallyregarded as a founding father of realism in European literature. Balzac'snovels, most of which are farcical comedies, feature a large cast of well-defined characters, and descriptions in exquisite detail of the scene of ac-tion. He also presented particular characters in different novels repeated-ly, sometimes as main protagonists and sometimes in the background, inorder to create the effect of a consistent 'real' world across his novelisticoutput. He is the pioneer of this style. Source: Wikipedia
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Mon cher Ferdinand, si les hasards (habent sua fata libelli) du monde lit-téraire font de ces lignes un long souvenir, ce sera certainement peu dechose en comparaison des peines que vous vous êtes données, vous led'Hozier, le Chérin, le Roi d'armes des ETUDES DE MOEURS; vous àqui les Navarreins, les Cadignan, les Langeais, les Blamont-Chauvry, lesChaulieu, les d'Arthez, les d'Esgrignon, les Mortsauf, les Valois, les centmaisons nobles qui constituent l'aristocratie de LA COMEDIEHUMAINE doivent leurs belles devises et leurs armoiries si spirituelles.Aussi L'ARMORIAL DES ETUDES DE MOEURS INVENTE PARFERDINAND DE GRAMONT, GENTILHOMME, est-il une histoirecomplète du blason français, où vous n'avez rien oublié, pas même lesarmes de l'Empire, et que je conserverai comme un monument de pa-tience bénédictine et d'amitié. Quelle connaissance du vieux langage féo-dal dans le: Pulchre sedens, meliùs agens! des Beauséant? dans le: Despartem leonis! des d'Espard? dans le: Ne se vend! des Vandenesse? En-fin, quelle coquetterie dans les mille détails de celle savante iconographiequi montrera jusqu'où la fidélité sera poussée dans mon entreprise, à la-quelle vous, poète, vous aurez aidéVotre vieil ami,DE BALZAC.
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