Modeste Mignon

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de Feedbooks Feedbooks est une librairie % numriue accessible depuis n'importe uel appareil mobile Plus d'information Commentaire Modeste Mignon balzac Mots | Etudier Introduction Modeste Mignon paru en est un roman ue Balzac a crit juste aprs son sjour St Petersbourg o il rendait visite la Comtesse Hanska Le roman parat d'abord sous forme de feuilleton dans le journal des dbats Il est ensuite inscrit dans l'oeuvre balzacienne La Comdie Humaine dans la catgorie des Etudes de moeurs plus particulirement dans les Scenes. Slow beginning abrupt ending and all magic in the middle Balzac is one of those writers like Hardy or Dickens with whom their whole body of work comes into play not just the individual novel I love Balzac's examination of character against the vicissitudes of society This particular novel addresses the relationship between a famous poet and a young admirer Thoroughly enjoyed it Maybe not his very best but as with Hardy or Dickens there is a wonderful uality in every novel Another wonderful story from Balzac's La Comedie Humaine this one deals with money love and idealised view of artists which is funny because Balzac is one but in this story poets are put on the spotlight Lord Byron and others are mentioned but the main of this story is about a girl's fantasy about helping a poet in his workHow can you tell if someone is only after your money? Young girls writing to strangers without parental permission and the Clarissa effect Balzac knew the importance of this story to include Richardson's classic mentioned in the letters exchange Balzac uses a small portion of the story for the letter exchange I enjoyed the paternal twist in making his daughter chose her mateThe one thing ironic is the father trying to regain his lost wealth by opium trading I am not sure when opium was deemed addicting and harmful but winning a fortune that loses many unknown persons to a hard to break habit I wonder if in the conclusion chapter if Balzac intentionally made half of the first part of the chapter as a kind of teasing the reader before knowing the final ending What I mean is the mention of the hunt with a list of names who attended like he was boring us a little The first part of this novel was serialised in the Journal des débats in 1844 A revised and expanded version of the work was later published by Chlenowski in two parts under the titles Modeste Mignon and Les Trois amoureux The Three Suitors The third and final edition of the novel appeared in 1846 as part of Furne’s complete edition of La Comédie humaineThe story in short A young girl looks to know and love the heart of a poet her reading novels has put ideas in her headThe novel begins with the basis of a folktale known as La fille mal gardée The Ill Watched Girl in which a young woman takes a lover despite the close attentions of her guardians who are determined to preserve her for a suitable match Modeste Mignon a young provincial woman of romantic temperament imagines herself to be in love with the famous Parisian poetMelchior de Canalis whose works have filled her with passion She corresponds with him but he is unmoved by her attentionsThis was in the introduction I wonder if this was a fan who sent him letters?I wonderTo a Polish Lady Daughter of an enslaved land angel through love witch through fancy child by faith aged by experience man in brain woman in heart giant by hope mother through sorrows poet in thy dreams — to thee belongs this book in which thy love thy fancy thy experience thy sorrow thy hope thy dreams are the warp through which is shot a woof less brilliant than the poesy of thy soul whose expression when it shines upon thy countenance is to those who love thee what the characters of a lost language are to scholars De BalzacI did not read this edition but a collection of his works I decided on this edition for the cover artCanalis did not listen to this statement after the opening sentence The four riders having now reached a wider road went abreast and soon reached a stretch of table land from which the eye took in on one side the rich valley of the Seine toward Rouen and on the other an horizon bounded only by the sea “Butscha was right God is the greatest of all landscape painters” said Canalis contemplating the view which is uniue among the many fine scenes that have made the shores of the Seine so justly celebrated “Above all do we feel that my dear baron” said the duke “on hunting days when nature has a voice and a lively tumult breaks the silence; at such times the landscape changing rapidly as we ride through it seems really sublime💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢SPOILER ALERT 💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢💢SPOILER ALERT 💢I liked Modeste then I was not sure but in the final analysis I liked her because she chose Ernest Canalis was annoying but after Ernest told Modeste of the need to give liberal understanding of artist I liked the father and the dwarf Butscha The young Modeste Mignon enjoys the writings of the famous poet Canalis One day in a bookseller's she sees a lithographed portrait of Canalis and is struck by his head made sublime by commercial reuirements She determines to find out all she can about him and to write to him Canalis scoffs at her letter but his young secretary Ernest thinks it is marvelous He answers it in Canalis' name Honoré de Balzac Modeste Mignon 1844 401 pages in French on KindleOne of the longest latest and possibly one of the best of Balzac's novels Technically it is better than most in that he begins with the intrigue before portraying the scene and the characters rather than starting with fifty pages of description of people architecture furniture and scenery before anything happens as in some of his books The descriptions are spread throughout the novel when the characters are introduced Modeste Mignon is a twenty three year old woman who at the beginning is kept secluded under strict observation by her relatives because her older sister had eloped with unfortunate conseuences After the situation is set up there follows a lengthy epistolary section where Modeste and a man are corresponding and both are misrepresenting themselves which leads to a possibly comic possibly tragic situation followed by a romantic uadrangle? Pentangle? In any case there is much satire here of nearly all the classes of French life rich and middle bourgeoisie petty bourgeoisie various layers of the aristocracy except of course the peasantry and working class which aren't much in evidence in any early nineteenth century novel apart from domestic servants There is also much discussion of love marriage and social relationships as well as the nature of literature and the character of poetsBecause the reader knows that this is Balzac and not a Harleuin it is not certain until the end whether it will be a comedy or tragedy and who if anyone will end up marrying the girl 25 stars The least memorable work I’ve read so far from Balzac The novel is divided into two sections with age old tropes the first half is “protect the honor of the virginal daughter” while the second half is “three suitors vie for the affections of the girl” Both halves are left with unresolved plot points and character arcs With an ending that feels rushed and unfinished we somehow lose both the father and Butscha in the mix Instead of returning to provide closure for these important characters at the end of the novel Balzac instead offers a cheesy and heavy handed scene of “the hunt” in which three hunters are preparing for the game just as “the hunt” for the daughter concludes This is a rather dull and uninspired symbolism that adds nothing to our understanding of gender relations or class issues What Balzac has to say about courting and the marriage hunt is nothing new or particularly insightful However he does have some clever zingers and one liners especially near the end of the novel My favorite “Vanity behaves like Woman They both believe that they lose something by praise or affection bestowed on another” But even these sentiments have been expressed previously in countless literary works Considering the vast number of uality stories Balzac produced this one can probably be skipped unless you’re trying to work through the entire La Comédie Humaine Who Shakespeare`s Much ado about nothing`s like will like Balzac`s Modeste Mignon tooAn economic crisis rips Modeste`s father out of business He leaves Le Havre to get back to new wealthModeste after the death of her sister and after the absence of her father the only child of her parents sees suddenly herself guarded of her mother and their remaining friends They feared Modeste as before her sister plane to run off with a young manModeste after the loss of wealth of the family has taken refuge in the world of books and leaves the house almost never Suddenly she sees herself confronted with subliminal testsremarks whose task it is to reveal her loverSecretly she raves for a famous Parisian poet and decide to write him a letter It develops an intimate correspondence What Modeste did not know is that not the poet write the letters but his amanuensisAfter the return of her father now rich again this illusion is strippedDissapointed by this she decides that er father sould make the desicion to select her a suitable husbandAt this point then beginns the true Commedia DellÀrte Her father let her the choise and testing between three candidates the poet the amanuensis and an duke Perhaps the funniest book by Balzac The easy hand of Balzac Is the poet a hypocrite? He's a politician It was a discourse through Cinderello This isn't my favorite Balzac novel but it is still very good It starts a bit slow and has a long epistolary interlude of love letters in the early middle I have never liked epistolary books and the love letter section of this book is no exception but I can forgive it since it is necessary to set up the situation in the second half of the story where the action and intrigue pick up and begin to feel like the Balzac that I love In the beginning Modeste seems to be a bit of a silly girl who is drawn into a world of fantasy by all of the novels that she reads The beautiful but silly girl besotted by too many novels is a stock character that Balzac didn't invent but Modeste turns out to be much than this She also turns out to be clever wise resourceful and a good girl who is in tune with the wishes of her wise father who wants her to choose a good husband and lead a fulfilled life She has helpers but in the end she takes charge and handles the situation herself Balzac gives us a glimpse into the upper levels of French society with its titled aristocrats high manners and intrigues but high society is just a background framing device for the story of the good and simple Mignon family who also happen to be filthy rich but who aren't spoiled by their wealth I struggled with deciding how many stars to give this novel Out of respect for Balzac and his ambitious project in the Human Comedy I settled on three But this novel is not by any means Balzac's best and it pales beside Pere Goriot and Eugenie Grandet The overarching problem seems to be that Balzac could not decide what kind of novel he intended to write Is it a tragedy of deception? An epistolary romance? A comedy of manners? In trying to be all these things it succeeds at none of them The novel's flaws become glaringly obvious in the last chapter as Balzac tries to wrap up all complications with an implausible happy ending He might just as well have saved himself a few pages and said everyone lived happy ever after That is not to say that there are not wonderful moments in Modeste Mignon The beginning of the novel is splendid as Modeste's mother schemes to keep Modeste from following the tragic path of her sister The character of Canaris is well drawn; and the reader cannot help but laugh when he is finally caught in his own scheming Overall it is a flawed novel by a brilliant and gifted writer

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  • 176 pages
  • Modeste Mignon
  • Honoré de Balzac
  • English
  • 14 September 2015
  • 9781846378003