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Une vie Jeanne, Ayant Fini Ses Malles, S Approcha De La Fen Tre, Mais La Pluie Ne Cessait Pas L Averse, Toute La Nuit, Avait Sonn Contre Les Carreaux Et Les Toits Le Ciel Bas Et Charg D Eau Semblait Crev , Se Vidant Sur La Terre, La D Layant En Bouillie, La Fondant Comme Du Sucre Des Rafales Passaient Pleines D Une Chaleur Lourde Le Ronflement Des Ruisseaux D Bord S Emplissait Les Rues D Sertes O Les Maisons, Comme Des Ponges, Buvaient L Humidit Qui P N Trait Au Dedans Et Faisait Suer Les Murs De La Cave Au Grenier.

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10 thoughts on “Une vie

  1. says:

    One of those absolutely beautiful books that leave me almost at a loss for words.So well written, in beautifully flowing French, and such a hard topic a woman s lack of choice in 19th century conventional society A Madame Bovary without the energetic, yet fatalistic drive to change her condition, Maupassant s Jeanne suffers as much, but has a lot less adventure and passion to remember at the end of her life She is proof that you indeed regret what you didn t do Even the suffering 19th centur One of those absolutely beautiful books that leave me almost at a loss for words.So well written, in beautifully flowing French, and such a hard topic a woman s lack of choice in 19th century conventional society A Madame Bovary without the energetic, yet fatalistic drive to change her condition, Maupassant s Jeanne suffers as much, but has a lot less adventure and passion to remember at the end of her life She is proof that you indeed regret what you didn t do Even the suffering 19th century girl brea...

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    IntroductionNote on the TranslationSelect BibliographyA Chronology of Guy de Maupassant A Life Explanatory Notes

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    Compared to Bel Ami, this was a slower paced read, but the writing is nonetheless beautiful I was captivated by Maupassant s sensitivities in his descriptive skills in general It is a carefully crafted story of an aristocratic lady with a sheltered bring up who has lived through shattered dreams about love, unhappiness in marriage, betrayals by husband, best friend and friends, disillusions with the s of her times and disappointment with life in general Maupassant writes with compassion w Compared to Bel Ami, this was a slower paced read, but the writing is nonetheless beautiful I was captivated by Maupassant s sensitivities in his descriptive skills in general It is a carefully crafted story of an aristocratic lady with a sheltered bring up who has lived through shattered dreams about love, unhappiness in marriage, betrayals by husband, best friend and friends, disillusions with the s of her times and disappointment with life in general Maupassant writes with compassion where the protagonist is concerned, and with clear sighted satire on the subject of religion and dogmas.The setting is mainly in a seaside suburb of Rouen with some diversion to the island of Corsica, all beautifully portrayed The times are in the early 19th century.I was totally transported by the writing, whether it was the twists and turns of the story, or the enthralling descriptions of thoughts and emotio...

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    Jeanne grew up in a sheltered life, being the heiress to a fortune and having gone to school at a convent After finishing school she meets Viscount de Lamare who woos her, weds her and takes her off to Corsica for a spectacular honeymoon Upon returning from France Jeanne finds her new husband is not quite the man she expected Her naivety is overwhelming at times, but clearly that is point We follow Jeanne s life through all of her disillusionmen...

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    I love Maupassant and always find he tackles the timeless difficult issues of life, that resonate down through the ages, with masterly and devastating acuity The life we examine is that of Jeanne, a naive young country girl, born into a life of privilege and convent educated, but destined to misfortune and tragedy Poor Jeanne who is slow to acquire any degree of self knowledge and never really understands the realities of the life with all its brutal contradictions, and so is a victim in d I love Maupassant and always find he tackles the timeless difficult issues of life, that resonate down through the ages, with masterly and devastating acuity The life we examine is that of Jeanne, a naive young country girl, born into a life of privilege and convent educated, but destined to misfortune and tragedy Poor Jeanne who is slow to acquire any degree of self knowledge and never really understands the realities of the life with all its brutal ...

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    One of the most wonderful books I ve ever read in my life I read it when I was in high school 10 years ago, and it still makes me emotional when I think about it A must read

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    This is realism Reality can be harsh, especially to the unprepared Our heroine Jeanne has spent much of her young life in a convent school, which has shielded her from the coming realities of life as wife, mother, family survivor Sometimes translators editors would similarly shield us from the complete contents of a work.I originally had the misfortune of buying a complete works set of Maupassant to discover entire significant passages had been cut out, bowdlerized, to protect us from the This is realism Reality can be harsh, especially to the unprepared Our heroine Jeanne has spent much of her young life in a convent school, which has shielded her from the coming realities of life as wife, mother, family survivor Sometimes translators editors would similarly shield us from the complete contents of a work.I originally had the misfortune of buying a complete works set of Maupassant to discover entire significant passages had been cut out, bowdlerized, to protect us from the information the author was trying to finally bring to light I was alerted to this by a reviewer, and I began to compare d...

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    It had good lessons, but it was not an enjoyable or good read at all My dad gave a nice copy of this book to me for Christmas Five months later, I finally got around to reading it It was a terrible, depressing book Even after I reported most of the horrendous plot, my dad only said, It s good for her I would not recommend this book to girls my age The main character, Jeanne, is surrounded by evil, wanton people She seems to be the only good person in the whole book, but of course she wa It had good lessons, but it was not an enjoyable or good read at all My dad gave a nice copy of this book to me for Christmas Five months later, I finally got around to reading it It was a terrible, depressing book Even after I reported most of the ...

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    Who would have thought that such a little book just 202 pages could incite so many different emotions on the part of the reader as well as the characters One minutes I was swooning over landscape and seascape and melting in Maupassants prose, and the next I was wanting to ring the protagonists neck The book starts with a young Jeanne who is on her last ever day at the convent school in 1819 and who is desperate to taste freedom and start her life after being cooped up for so long, only bein Who would have thought that such a little book just 202 pages could incite so many different emotions on the part of the reader as well as the characters One minutes I was swooning over landscape and seascape and melting in Maupassant...

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    Une VieMaupassant 1850 1893 If you were expecting to read the happy story of the life of a beautiful young lady from the age of sixteen to forty six, you will be seriously disappointed Maupassant has worked out in detail everything that could go wrong and will go wrong A life of grief, misfortune, and destruction of everything a young person innocently hopes for when leaving the convent where she had her noble and religious education Jeanne, cherished and the only daughter of Baron Le Per Une VieMaupassant 1850 1893 If you were expecting to read the happy story of the life of a beautiful young lady from the age of sixteen to forty six, you will be seriously disappointed Maupassant has worked out in detail everything that could go wrong and will go wrong A life of grief, misfortune, and destruction of everything a young person innocently hopes for when leaving the convent where she had her noble and religious education Jeanne, cherished and the only daughter of Baron Le Perthuis des Vauds, had every reason to hope for a bright and happy life And so it seemed at first Just four month after her return the family castle on a clifftop in Normandy, she is presented and swiftly married to a new neighbor, the young and good looking Viscount de Lamare Honeymoon on the isle of Corsica was her first and last encounter with love and happiness.As soon as the young couple had returned to the family property The Poplars , t...

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