Eugenie Grandet [NOOK Book]

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Eug?nie Grandet occupe una place importante dans La Com?die humaine de Balzac. Il s?agit surtout de l?avarice et de la fortune du p?re d?Eug?nie. Elle s??prend de son cousin Charles et son p?re apprend plus tard que Eug?nie a donn? tout son argent ? Charles qui, endurci, refuse de regler les dettes de son p?re. Il r?alise un mariage de convenance avec la marquise d?Aubrion. Eugenie ?pouse le pr?sident de Bonfons. Enfin Charles apprend l??tendu de la fortune d?Eug?nie.
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Eugenie Grandet

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Eugénie Grandet occupe una place importante dans La Comédie humaine de Balzac. Il s’agit surtout de l’avarice et de la fortune du père d’Eugénie. Elle s’éprend de son cousin Charles et son père apprend plus tard que Eugénie a donné tout son argent à Charles qui, endurci, refuse de regler les dettes de son père. Il réalise un mariage de convenance avec la marquise d’Aubrion. Eugenie épouse le président de Bonfons. Enfin Charles apprend l’étendu de la fortune d’Eugénie.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011847400
  • Publisher: Halcyon Press Ltd.
  • Publication date: 12/10/2010
  • Language: French
  • Series: Classiques Alcyoniens , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 452 KB

Meet the Author

Honoré de Balzac naît à Tours le 20 mai 1799 et meurt à Paris le 18 août 1850. C’est un des maîtres du roman français dont il a écrit dans plusieurs genres: le roman historique, le roman philosophique, le roman fantastique, le roman poétique et surtout le roman réaliste et psychologique. Balzac a organisé ses oeuvres (91 romans) en un ensemble, La Comédie humaine. Ce grand cycle a influencé de nombreux écrivains, notamment Flaubert, Zola, Proust, Duhamel, Martin du Gard et Romain Rolland. On dit que Balzac est en fait le plus balzacien de tous ses personnages.
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