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Said to have been an inspiration to Charles Dickens and Henry James as well as others, the novel seeks to portray the realism of scenes and people.

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Letters of Two Brides is an epistolary novel. The two brides are Louise de Chaulieu (Madame Gaston) and Renée de Maucombe (Madame l'Estorade).

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Part of the La Comedie Humane and something of a sequence to Balzac's Father Goriot, the short book's title is the name of the pawn broker/money lender the father Goriot utilized to maintain his spoiled daughters in the luxury he had accostomed them to.

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One of the greatest of French novelists, Balzac, trained as a lawyer, was a great judge of human nature....

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Published by Honoré de Balzac in the tempestuous year of 1830, the tale follows the undulating pathways of Sarrasine the sculptor’s shocking journey to his coming of age.

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Something along the lines of Dorian Gray as part of the Comedies Humane Philosophique, this is Balzac's first successful novel.

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No one plumbs deeper depths of the psyche than French and Russian authors. This wide-ranging...

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Louis Lambert is an 1832 novel by French novelist and playwright Honoré de Balzac (1799–1850), included in the Études philosophiques section of his novel sequence La Comédie humaine.

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Part of the Comedie Humane and a "supplementary" tale to go with Father Goriot and Gobseck.

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Our beautiful, androgynous hero, Henri de Marsay, is one of the bastard offspring of a depraved Regency milord and himself practises the cynical arts of the libertine. His quarry is the exotic Paquita Valdes, she of the golden eyes.

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