[Ebook] Le Rouge et le Noir By Stendhal – Anguillais.us

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    I was taking the train from Geneva to Grenoble, one of the most beautiful routes in the world, and I was reading Le Rouge et le Noir for the second time I hadn t picked the book because I was visiting Grenoble, it just worked out that way I was alone in the compartment it was one of those old fashioned carriages which still had compartments.At the fifth or sixth stop, the door opened, and a young woman entered carrying a lot of heavy luggage She asked me, in French, if I d mind helping her put it up on the rack, and I did so She smiled and thanked me, I smiled back She was small, dark and very pretty in a North African way We got chatting, and quickly determined that her English was slightly worse than my French the conversation, which initially had mixed both languages, settled down to being completely francophone She told me that French was her second language, Berber being the first, but she sounded pretty near perfect to me.She asked what my book was, and I showed it to her She d said she d never read it I did my best to explain, while she looked at me with her huge dark eyes Julien gets involved with two women Madame de R nal is kind and gentle, and she truly loves him, but he is forced by circumstances to leave her He then later falls in lo...

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    Nothing can distinguish a man as a death sentence, thought Mathilde It s the only thing one can t buy Julien Sorel was a young man with an audacious intellect Such a gift can be a great resource that can be exploited for financial gain or it can be a burden that keeps a person in perpetual misery Sorel, the hero of our story, experiences both the wonders and the loneliness that sometimes goes hand in hand with being too aware to accept fate without attempting to manipulate a better future He is handsome, witty, and when money is plentiful dresses in such a way as to enhance his best features He is prideful of his talents and humbled by his modest beginnings in equal measure like two halves of the same tarnished coin Because he comes from the lower class of French society his opportunities for advancement are limited to the church or the military Even though he shows few signs of or inclinations towards pious behavior Julien is sent to the church Julien is placed as a tutor in the household of Monsieur de R nal, the mayor of Verri res He isn t a particular...

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    The Red and the Black draws a colorful mosaic about the required hypocrisy to climb the ladder of social status in the France of the July Revolution Chronicled by an omniscient narrator, who meets every requisite to be Stendhal himself, the reader follows the story of Julien Sorel, a young man of humble origins whose only ambition is to ascend in the social hierarchy in a world still dominated by the Machiavellian politicking of the clergy and the nobility after the downfall of the Emperor Despised by his family because of his extravagant taste for reading, Julien makes of Napoleon his surrogate father and plans his future with militaristic, almost obsessive precision The army The Red is no longer in fashion and so he chooses his career among the pious men of faith The Black First as a seminarist and then as a tutor of Latin, Julien will learn the bearing, the deferential poise and the conversational skills to achieve his so much desired goal that will lead him to Paris, the capital of sophisti...

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    923 Le Rouge et le Noir The Red and The Black, StendhalLe Rouge et le Noir The Red and the Black is a historical psychological novel in two volumes by Stendhal, published in 1830 It chronicles the attempts of a provincial young man to rise socially beyond his modest upbringing through a combination of talent, hard work, deception, and hypocrisy He ultimately allows his passions to betray him.Book I Book I presents Julien Sorel, the ambitious son of a carpenter in the fictional village of Verri res, in Franche Comt , France He would rather read and daydream about the glory days of Napoleon s long disbanded army than work his father s timber business with his brothers, who beat him for his intellectual affectations He becomes an acolyte of the abb Ch lan, the local Catholic prelate, who later secures him a job tutoring the children of Monsieur de R nal, the mayor of Verri res Although he appears to be a pious, austere cleric, Julien is uninterested in the Bible beyond its literary value and how he can use memorised passages learnt in Latin to impress important people He enters a love affair with Monsieur de R nal s wife, which ends when it is revealed to the village by her chambermaid, Elisa, who is also in love with Julien The abb Ch lan orders Julien to a seminary in Besan on, which he finds intellectually stifling and pervaded with social cliques The initially cynical seminary director, the abb Pirard likes Julien and becomes his protector Later Pirard a Jansenist leave...

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    Most people have heard of it and a lot probably have it on the shelves as part of the classics collection Waste time no This is one of the rare books where the genius of the writer is tangible It is not only exceptionally accurate and well observed in psychological element, but an invaluable narrative of the history and politics of the post Revolution France This book can be read and re read throughout one s life and never fail to give a fresh perspective and a val...

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    Una satira impietosa della societ francese divisa tra invidie e rivalit di status aristocratici, parvenu, figli di carpentieri , provenienza provinciali e parigini , professione e ideologie Insomma i rossi e i neri, i militari e i chierici, i restauratori e i napoleonici, i calcolatori e i passionali e cos via Questi conflitti sono riproposti nella natura duplice del nostro protagonista Julien Sorel Un personaggio i cui ideali si scontrano con la realt sociale in cui ma che novit e che presto impara a usare le ...

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    Qu grande era mi presunci n cuando estaba en Verri res se dec a Julien Cre a vivir y en realidad no hac a m s que prepararme para la vida Heme aqu por fin en el mundo, tal como lo encontrar hasta que acabe de representar mi papel, rodeado de verdaderos enemigos.En el interior de aquel personaje singular, casi todos los d as hab a tormenta Rojo y negro era uno de los pocos cl sicos de la literatura universal que nunca hab a le do, as que me consegu una buena edici n y comenc con la lectura de sus m s de seiscientas p ginas en las que se nos cuenta la azarosa vida de Julien Sorel, uno de los personajes m s emblem ticos del movimiento del Realismo franc s, pero tambi n cargado de muchas connotaciones del Romanticismo.Esta novela de Henri Marie Beyle, que era el verdadero nombre de Stendhal, es de esas cuyo arquetipo de personaje sirve como inspiraci n para las venideras que se escriban, porque el personaje de Julien Sorel est tan caracterizado de una personalidad excluyente y de quien, a su vez, podemos trazar comparaciones con otros personajes muy importantes como lo son Dorian Gray, Rodion Rask lnikov, Meursault, Werther y Dmitri Karamazov, ya que tanto en Sorel como en la mayor a de estos citados, hay un ...

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