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  • Paperback
  • La vie de Henry Brulard
  • Stendhal
  • French
  • 14 April 2018
  • 207036447X

10 thoughts on “La vie de Henry Brulard

  1. says:

    No he sido hombre galante, o por lo menos no lo suficiente s lo me ocupaba de la mujer que amaba, y cuando no estaba enamorado, pensaba en el espect culo de las cosas humanas, o le a con fruici n a Montesquieu o a Walter Scott En verdad me parece muy adecuado haber le do primero de Stendhal sus grandes novelas antes de leer sus dem s escritos, que pueden ser interesantes y entretenidos para los que conocemos ya a Stendhal y nos interesa saber peculiaridades de su vida y sus memorias nos da una No he sido hombre galante, o por lo menos no lo suficiente s lo me ocupaba de la mujer que amaba, y cuando no estaba enamorado, pensaba en el espect culo de las cosas humanas, o le a con fruici n a Montesquieu o a Walter Scott En verdad me parece muy adecuado haber le do primero de Stendhal sus grandes novelas antes de leer sus dem s escritos, que pueden ser interesantes y entretenidos para los que conocemos ya a Stendhal y nos interesa saber peculiaridades de su vida y sus memorias nos da una idea de c mo as pudo Stendhal...

  2. says:

    This is the strangest of autobiographies In fact, it is like a set of notes for an autobiography, with repetitions, footnotes that are nothingthan a reminder to the writer, and crude illustrations of rooms, streets, and scenes that played a part in the early life of Stendhal Henri Marie Beyle And it is only the first twenty or so years in Stendhal s life that are covered, comprising his childhood in Grenoble, his first few months in Paris, and his happiness at joining Napoleon s army i This is the strangest of autobiographies In fact, it is like a set of notes for an autobiography, with repetitions, footnotes that are nothingthan a reminder to the writer, and crude illustrations of rooms, streets, and scenes that played a part in the early life of Stendhal Henri Marie Beyle And it is only the first twenty or so years in Stendhal s life that are covered, comprising his childhood in Grenoble, his first few months in Paris, and his happiness at joining Napoleon s army in its invasion of Italy.Why is it called The Life of Henry Brulard when Stendhal s real name is Marie Henri Beyle If we learn anything in ...

  3. says:

    This has to be one of the finest autobiographies ever written I m a little surprised to see the less than positive reviews of it here I found Stendhal s meandering and picturesque tale of his formative years to be perpetually engaging, admirably honest, witty and intelligent throughout I especially enjoyed his ongoing commentary on and rejection of bourgeois European life and the lasting and significant influence that great books like those of Rousseau had on him Also, his mature recogni This has to be one of the finest autobiographies ever written I m a little surprised to see the less than positive reviews of it here I found Stendhal s mea...

  4. says:

    Es una autobiograf a lo suficientemente extensa como para abarcar los 50 y tantos a os que Stendhal ten a en el momento de la escritura El problema est en la selecci n consciente o inconsciente de los hechos que quiso contar e inmortalizar No voy a extenderme demasiado porque los nicos m ritos que encontr en este libro son t cnicos y ni siquiera disfrut eso St...

  5. says:

    If this hadn t been a work related must read, I doubt I would have finished it A rambling repetitive mess of chaotic thoughts and fragmentary recollections, a deluge of names and references to contemporary events, judgements and developments, none of which really come to life, and with only some vivid scenes, few and far between, that light up in the murk Starting off on Stendhal with this would induce only a happy very, very few to move on to his great novels, I suspect.Much of it is also sim If this hadn t been a work related must read, I doubt I would have finished it A rambling repetitive mess of chaotic thoughts and fragmentary recollections, a deluge of names and references to contemporary events, judgements and developments, none of which really come to life, and with only some vivid scenes, few and far between, that light up in the murk Starting off on Ste...

  6. says:

    Henry Brulard was the draft of his autobiography that Stendhal never finished Stendhal was certainly right to publish it in his lifetime The work was not complete and from what one can see from the document that exists, Stendhal had no idea where he wanted to go with the work.It is the role of the scholar to take documents like Henry Brulard and draw from them to create a true biography Packaging and presenting this as a somewhat complete work does a disservice to both Stendhal and the unfort Henry Brulard was the draft of his autobiography that Stendhal never finished Stendhal was certainly right to publish it in his lifetime The work was not complete and from what one can see from the document that exists, Stendhal had no idea where he wanted to go with the work.It is the role of the scholar to take documents like Henry Brulard and draw from them to create a true biography Pack...

  7. says:

    i want to read this book so bad it s distracting i don t have anytime to read it right now, and i m already reading too many books so instead of reading it right now, i just pick it up and look it over i love stendhal i can t wait to read new to me stendhal.

  8. says:

    Found this book hard to digest and the tale somewhat far fetched More Hocus Pocus than escape The two pricipal characters outwitting the wiley orientals and intriguing their way to freedom just 2 weeks before the end of the war Not pointless, but just too much of a bore for my liking.

  9. says:

    Muchconsistently interesting than either Red and the Black or Three Italian Chronicles , and full of the sense of who Stendhal was.

  10. says:

    The word genius was for me, at that time, what the word God is for a bigot Chapter XXVIII

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