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Comédie Humaine: La Femme de trente ans

Comédie Humaine: La Femme de trente ans

Écrit par Honoré de Balzac

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Comédie Humaine: La Femme de trente ans

Écrit par Honoré de Balzac

Raconté par LibriVox Community

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2 heures
Sortie:
Aug 25, 2014
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Malgré l'avis de son père, Juliette épouse l'homme dont elle est follement amoureuse, un colonel de Napoléon à l'avenir prometteur.
Les années passant, elle réalise que son père avait bien raison...
Un gentilhomme anglais, qui s'est épris d'elle, parvient à gagner son coeur. Elle restera malgré tout vertueuse, causant ainsi, sans le vouloir, sa mort.
Une nouvelle rencontre, M. de Vandenesse, changera drastiquement le cours de sa vie.
Cela aura des conséquences bien funestes sur le bonheur de sa famille.


In spite of her father's opinion that the man is unworthy of her, Juliette marries her first love, a promising colonel of Napoleon.
As the years go by, she finds out her father was right...
Her love is unexpectedly taken away by an Englishman who adores her. But, she will remain virtuous, causing his death.
A new acquaintance, M. de Vandenesse, will drastically change her life.
This will have dreadful consequences on her family's happiness.


(Summary by Ezwa)
Sortie:
Aug 25, 2014
Format:
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À propos de l'auteur

Honoré de Balzac (1799-1850) was a French novelist, short story writer, and playwright. Regarded as one of the key figures of French and European literature, Balzac’s realist approach to writing would influence Charles Dickens, Émile Zola, Henry James, Gustave Flaubert, and Karl Marx. With a precocious attitude and fierce intellect, Balzac struggled first in school and then in business before dedicating himself to the pursuit of writing as both an art and a profession. His distinctly industrious work routine—he spent hours each day writing furiously by hand and made extensive edits during the publication process—led to a prodigious output of dozens of novels, stories, plays, and novellas. La Comédie humaine, Balzac’s most famous work, is a sequence of 91 finished and 46 unfinished stories, novels, and essays with which he attempted to realistically and exhaustively portray every aspect of French society during the early-nineteenth century.



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