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Author: Octave Mirbeau
ISBN13: 978-2724208795
Title: Le Journal d'une Femme de Chambre
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Language: French
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Publisher: france-Loisirs (1981)

Le Journal d'une Femme de Chambre by Octave Mirbeau



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LE JOURNAL D'UNE FEMME de CHAMBRE. Le jardin des supplices. Journal des Goncourt (Deuxième série, deuxième volume) Mémoires de la vie littéraire. By Jules de Goncourt, Edmond de Goncourt.

The Diary of a Chambermaid (French: Le Journal d'une femme de chambre) is a 1900 decadent novel by Octave Mirbeau, published during the Dreyfus Affair. First published in serialized form in L’Écho de Paris from 1891 to 1892, Mirbeau’s novel was reworked and polished before appearing in the Dreyfusard journal La Revue Blanche in 1900. The novel presents itself as the diary of Mademoiselle Célestine . a chambermaid.

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Aujourd'hui, 14 Septembre, À Trois Heures De L'après-Midi, Par Un Temps Doux, Gris Et Pluvieux, Je Suis Entrée Dans Ma Nouvelle Place. C'est La Douzième En Deux Ans. Bien Entendu, Je Ne Parle Pas Des Places Que J'ai Faites Durant Les Années Précédentes. Il Me Serait Impossible De Les Compter .

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Ariseym
Le Journal d'une Femme de Chambre (The Diary of a Chambermaid) was published in 1900 by Octave Mirbeau (1848 - 1917); it previously appeared in serialized form in 1891-2. The novel is presented as the the diary of Célestine, a chambermaid. The device does not always work; sometimes Célestine speaks with the voice of a person far more educated than she is supposed to be.

Through her diary, the novel centers on the vices, miseries, perversions and turpitudes of the bourgeoisie, the "decent people" that employ Célestine and that she observes in close-up (sometimes she is a part of these vices). Domestic service is presented as a modern form of slavery. The novel does not sentimentalize the underclass; Célestine's fellow servants are oblivious to their own interests and adopt instead those of their employers; most are rabid right wingers and staunch anti-Semites. Célestine herself is sexually infatuated with (and later marries) another servant whom she strongly suspects of being a large scale thief, a rapist and a murderer. She ends up as a cafe owner in Cherbourg, mistreating her servants.

As many other writers, Mirbeau found a second life in the movies. There are three versions of this novel; 1916 (Russian), 1946 (American, directed by Jean Renoir), 1964 (French, directed by Luis Buñuel). A fourth version, also French, is announced for 2015. Renoir's version is pure Hollywood; Mirbeau's novel is sanitized and distorted into something that only vaguely resembles the original. Buñuel's and his script writer Jean-Claude Carrière transplant the action from the time of the Dreyfus affair to the years between the World Wars (both periods characterized by the surge of extreme right wing, anti-Semitic politics), refine the novel to its essentials and entrust the excellent Jeanne Moreau with Celestine's role; the result is a masterpiece.

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Aradwyn
This diary of a French chamber maid is an excellent look into the tenuous, poor-often mistreated, lives of young women who served the upper classes in the 19th century. The piquant personality of the author leads to an unexpected ending. Very good read!
Steelraven
A lire! C'est un text tres interessant qui nous decouvre la vie des jeunes filles pauvres dans le temps passe. Il nous fait penser a une sorte esclavage meme aujourd'hui.
Bys
Excellent literary insight of class relations at the end of XiXth century in France,
Mightsinger
It was a great book with every emotion involved from humour to sadness. I thoroughly enjoyed it & could not put the book down.
Xarcondre
Too lengthy descriptions. Lost interest after a few pages