[[ epub pdf ]] Ursula (Ursule Mirouet) Author Honore De Balzac – Andy-palmer.co.uk

Ursula (Ursule Mirouet) Ursula Original French Title Ursule Mirouet, Forms One Part Of Scenes From Provincial Life, A Series Of Novels Whose Other Major Work Is Eugenie Grandet Examining Manners And Morals In The French Provinces Among All The Novels Of Honore De Balzac , None Depicts So Penetratingly The Small Mindedness, Avarice, And Envy Of The Provincial Lower Middle Classes In Ursula , No Limitations Based On Morality Or Decency Will Hold These People Back In Their Effort To Acquire Wealth And Influence Along With Stendhal, Balzac Is The Most Important French Novelist Of The First Half Of The Nineteenth Century, And A Founder Of The Realistic Novel In Europe His Principal Work Is The Unfinished Cycle The Human Comedy French La Comedie Humaine, Which Includes Scenes From Provincial Life , In Which He Attempted, In Than Volumes, To Depict The Society Of His Time In Its Entirety


About the Author: Honore De Balzac

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5 thoughts on “Ursula (Ursule Mirouet)

  1. Jocelyn R. Chabot Jocelyn R. Chabot says:

    I have come to love Honore de Balzac rather late in life, discovering his works in my fifties after hearing him referenced in my children s recent performance of The Music Man Who was this author with the interesting name, when and what did he write As a lover of Dickens, Hardy and Hugo, I was destined to love the characterizations created by Honore de Balzac.I began by reading the novel Ursula, from Balzac s s


  2. Zoo Zoo says:

    Although Ursula Mirouet is not of the same caliber as Balzac s major masterpieces like Lost Illusions, Cousine Bette, Eugenie Grandet, and Pere Goriot, it is an enjoyable and rewarding story that can be read within a few days it moves along at a fairly rapid pace and involves hypnotism, hidden documents, love, a crime, apparitions, and scheming relatives Of note are the observations Balzac makes on the person with a gu


  3. EW EW says:

    A perfect story, all of the sins of human nature are exposed Liked it as much as Eugenie Grandet A classic.


  4. Frank Frank says:

    I found this book a bit difficult to warm up to I think it starts rather slow, but toward the end, I found it quite fascinating and will read Balzac This was the first novel I read by him.


  5. Kelly bailey Kelly bailey says:

    Balzac is always entertaining, message is elusive I got the idea to read this book after reading Balzac and the little seamstress which is a story of children in China during the reeducation period of Mao So, as I read Ursula, part of my perspective is based on the enlightenment of these children


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