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Medjutim, iako sam zaista pokusala i iako su i same nesrecne, za mene ostaju odvratne i potpuno bestidne u svakom smislu tih reci. Maybe if I’d read it with nothing to do for a week my experience would’ve been different, but I was too often distracted to commit to the concerns of earlyth century Paris.

I’d have to disagree; Balzac’s minute description of this seedy setting, which is also a description of its landlady, Madame Vaquer, is as over-the-top hilarious as anything in Dickens. Due to his keen observation of fine detail and unfiltered representation of society, Balzac is regarded as one of the founders of realism in European literature.

There is a criminal in hiding.

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I’m glad I have read Balzac. An enthusiastic reader and independent thinker as a child, Balzac had trouble adapting himself to the teaching style of his grammar school.

I’ll reread this when I’m in a more receptive frame of mind, and less impatient with Balzac’s rather hollow characterizations and my distaste for the caricatures of Goriot, who doesn’t vica, and his daughters, who are simply awful. Last thing, if Mueller was looking at your finances and your family finances, unrelated to Russia — is that a red line?

Nothing was black and white, but I saw so many shades of grey. My first meeting with Balzac has been a success. But his daughters I didn’t see nearly as well — and if you don’t see someone so well that character is pretty much screwed since cia seen gprio readers gives characters a heartbeat and breath. Campione Torbole Acquafre Bogliaco. This is a tragedy, perhaps not as Shakespearean as one would like or ironic–it naturally follows its predestined course the entire timebut it IS goruo These relics are historical artifacts to be marveled at for prolonged quasi-meditative snatches of time, are essential to readers’ educations.


Due to his keen observation of fine detail and unfiltered representation of society, Balzac is regarded as one of clca founders of realism in European literature. I like descriptive writing. You bring them into the world, they hound you out of it. This investment in scene-setting pays off towards the end, when events build to a terrible climax involving most of the cast. I did enjoy the story, though – melodramatic knjuga it was at times.

Seven stars for the expository jags, but maybe 3.

And I think minding my own business these days usually translate to starring at phone, scrolling down. Why am I telling this? This book is not yet featured on Listopia. The more coldly calculating you are, the further you will go. He sought to describe it realistically, honestly. The novel starts relatively slowly, setting the scene and introducing the reader to the residents of the boarding house and their foibles.

It is a fine character study and a reflection of the extravagance in Paris during the Restoration. Paperbackpages. His daughters continued to take his love for granted, and it seemed that love had made them utterly selfish.

My decision may have been influenced by the fact that the story is set in a boarding house — I have always loved boarding house novels — and the story begins with wonderfully precisie description of the Maison Vaquer, a poor but respectable establishment, and its inhabitants. As an everyman, he is initially repulsed by the gruesome realities beneath society’s gilded surfaces; eventually, however, he embraces them. It has to do with the hidden criminal, also mentioned below.


Moze se reci da je povtvrdila ono sto sam vec znala, tuznu istinu kapitalistickog drustva i covecanstva, gde novac i sujeta imaju veci znacaj od istinske ljubavi oca i cerki, do te mere da su te iste cerke spremne da predju preko ocevog lesa kako bi uzele i poslednju paru iz njegovog dzepa Rastignac’s story and his connection with Goriot demonstrate the terrible interplay between money, ambition, and ruthlessness. There is zero spark. The legend of Balzac- the 3-day writing marathons fueled by gallons of coffee, the monks robe, the ridiculously grandiose ambition, the secret passage leading to a back alley used to flee from his creditors- is a most delightful one, and so I was hoping to like this, his most famous book, rather better than I did.

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Onore de Balzak – Cica Gorio

It would it serve as revenge against her sister- the two sisters were bitterly competitive — it could be his stepping stone into society gorrio and it could give him a chance to help the old man he had come to like very much. The characters are ludicrous caricatures, and thus perfectly realistic.

You must either plough through this mass of men like a cannonball or creep among them cida the plague. I just could not develop feelings for any of them. Here’s where we first meet two of the key characters from his Human Comedy — the young Rastignac and the Mephistophelean arch-criminal Vautrin — but the entire ensemble is pure pleasure: Whatever terrible things you hear about society, believe them all! Enter a young, handsome, but poverty-stricken, student from the wine country in the south of France.