|Author:||Guy de Maupassant|
|Title:||Boule de Suif (Librio Litterature) (French Edition)|
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|Category:||Deliver toandnbsp;Russian Federation|
|Publisher:||J'Ai Lu (October 1, 2003)|
Boule de suif est la nouvelle qui a imposé Guy de Maupassant sur la scène literaire française et mondiale. L'histoire suive dix personnes fuyant Rouen pendant la guerre Franco-Prussienne de 1870 dans une diligence. Parmi eux une prostituée surnommée Boule de suif qui devrait décider si se donner à un officier prussien pour sauver les fugitives has been added to your Cart.
De Maupassant is one of the few French authors I feel competent to read in the original French. It helps that his chosen form is the short story - it makes him much less forbidding than someone like Balzac or Hugo. Although I've been in Paris for just a little over two weeks, I'm already doing pretty well with these stories. I Just loved them both. I picked up this book one day and decided to read it for the only reason that it is written by one of my favourite authors.
Boule de suif et autres nouvelles (Mass Market Paperback). Published 1995 by Gallimard. dition de Louis Forestier; Collection Folio classique (n° 3297) - Parution : 12-10-1999, Mass Market Paperback, 336 pages. ISBN: 2070411192 (ISBN13: 9782070411191). Published April 1995 by J'ai Lu. Librio - Texte intégral, Mass Market Paperback, 96 pages. Author(s): Guy de Maupassant. ISBN: 2277300276 (ISBN13: 9782277300274).
Boule de Suif (1880) is a short story by the late-19th century French writer Guy de Maupassant. It is arguably his most famous short story, and is the title story for his collection on the Franco-Prussian War, entitled "Boule de Suif et Autres Contes de la Guerre" ("Boule de Suif and Other Stories of the War"). John Ford said that his film Stagecoach was in many ways a western rewrite of Boule de Suif. People Who Liked Boule de Suif Also Liked These Free Titles
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As soon as "Boule de suif" was published, Maupassant found himself in demand by newspapers. He left the ministry and spent the next two years writing articles for Le Gaulois and the Gil Blas. Many of his stories made their first appearance in the latter newspaper. The French critic Paul Léautaud called Maupassant a complete erotomaniac. His extraordinary fascination with brothels and prostitution is reflected not only in "Boule de suif" but also in stories such as "La Maison Tellier. It is significant, however, that as the successful writer became more closely acquainted with women of the nobility there was a change of angle in his fiction: a move from the peasantry to the upper classes, from the brothel to the boudoir.
Topics librivox, literature, audiobook, Boule de suif, Guy de Maupassant, French, français, livres audio, livres parlés. Boule de suif de Guy de Maupassant, lu pour Librivox par Christian, Claude Covo-Farchi, Didier, Enkerli, Ezwa, Florence, Jc Guan et Naf. Douze nouvelles dans lesquelles Guy de Maupassant pose un regard ironique, voire pessimiste, sur la société française de la fin du XIXe siècle. Pour vous renseigner à notre sujet ou pour participer, rendez-vous sur librivox.
Glasgow introductory guide to French literature ; 6. General Note: Title on p. of cover and on spine: Maupassant, Boule de suif. Bibliography, etc. Note: Bibliography: p. 69-70. Personal Name: Maupassant, Guy de, 1850-1893. Uncontrolled Related/Analytical Title: Boule de suif. Uncontrolled Related/Analytical Title: Maupassant, Boule de suif. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Guy de Maupassant, Boule de suif, Peggy Chaplin.
The Short Stories of Guy de Maupassant. The text is from Original short stories by Guy de Maupassant; translated by Albert M. C. McMaster, A. E. Henderson, Mme. Quesada and others. Last updated Monday, January 25, 2016 at 00:52. To the best of our knowledge, the text of this work is in the Public Domain in Australia. The last of the French soldiers had just crossed the Seine on their way to Pont-Audemer, through Saint-Sever and Bourg-Achard, and in their rear the vanquished general, powerless to do aught with the forlorn remnants of his army, himself dismayed at the final overthrow of a nation accustomed to victory and disastrously beaten despite its legendary bravery, walked between two.