➤ The Princesse de Clèves Ebook ➪ Author Madame de La Fayette – Anguillais.us

The Princesse de Clèves This New Translation Of The Princesse De Cl Ves Also Includes Two Shorter Works Also Attributed To Mme De Lafayette, The Princesse De Montpensier And The Comtesse De Tende.

➤ The Princesse de Clèves  Ebook ➪ Author Madame de La Fayette – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • The Princesse de Clèves
  • Madame de La Fayette
  • English
  • 14 February 2018
  • 0192837265

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  1. says:

    Il fal della passione La principessa di Cleves viene giustamente considerato uno dei romanzi pi belli da quando esiste la letteratura.L autrice, Madame de Lafayette, era una dama della corte di Luigi XIV, il Re Sole Siamo quindi in pieno Seicento L opera, che riflette la vita cortigiana di quel tempo, per ambientata un secolo prima, presumo per ovvi motivi di opportunit.Il libro frutto di approfondite ricerche storiche collocato all epoca di Enrico II, entrano in scena personaggi Il fal della passione La principessa di Cleves viene giustamente considerato uno dei romanzi pi belli da quando esiste la letteratura.L autrice, Madame de Lafayette, era una dama della corte di Luigi XIV, il Re Sole Siamo quindi in pieno Seicento L opera, che riflette la vita cortigiana di quel tempo, per ambientata un secolo prima, presumo per ovvi motivi di opportunit.Il libro frutto di approfondite ricerche storiche collocato all epoca di Enrico II, entrano in scena personaggi storici di primo piano come Diana di Poitier, Maria Stuarda, perfino Elisabetta I d Inghilterra Protagonisti sono per La Principessa di Cleves e il Duca di Nemour Come sfondo, la vita di corte all apparenza scintillante e vivace in realt un...


  2. says:

    This classic of early French literature was published in 1678 anonymously, but was later attributed to Madame de LaFayette It is set in 1558 59 France in the court of King Henry II It s historical fiction and by most accounts it s fairly accurate in it s portrayal of the people and events of the era It s the story of a young girl sent to court to find a husband, marries a prince then falls in love with a duke The intrigues and litt...


  3. says:

    The idea here was to read this and another short book by the same author for a Literary Birthday Challenge This book sounded so interesting the court of Henry The Second of France, with all the intrigue and goings on that nobility do so well Enter our young heroine, Mademoiselle de Chartres, whose mother wants to arrange a proper match for her.Okay so far, but it took paragraphs and paragraphs of names and titles to get to this point I thought about quitting after needing to go over this sen The idea here was to read this and another short book by the same author for a Literary Birthday Challenge This book sounded so interesting the court of Henry The Second of France, with all the intrigue and goings on that nobility do so well Enter...


  4. says:

    The first half is rough going every sentence seems to namedrop at least two members of the French aristocracy, and it is impossible to keep track of who is being mentioned for the first time, and who has already been referred to six lines back But there comes a point where the narrative suddenly clears and it becomes obvious how this rather tortured excursion through the labyrinthine French royal court not only serves to set the stage, but emphasizes the countless dangers and social traps the The first half is rough going every sentence seems to namedrop at least two members of the French aristocracy, and it is impossible to keep track of who is being mentioned for the first time, and who has already been referred to six lines back But there comes a point where the narrative suddenly clears and it becomes obvious how this rather tortured excu...


  5. says:

    I read this book in French, and as a result of this missed a lot of the smaller details of this book because despite taking French for seven years now I still can t really read it But I got the main idea, and what I understood I really liked The book s actually pretty exciting there s lots of court intrigue, tournaments, plot digressions involving the misplacement of a Very Important Letter on that note, isn t it amazing how many older books like this have plot points that revolve around Ve I read this book in French, and as a result of this missed a lot of the smaller details of this book because despite taking French for seven years now I still can t really read it But I got the main idea, and what I understood I really liked The book s actually pretty exciting there s lots of court intrigue, tournaments, plot digressions involving the misplacement of a Very Important Letter on that note, isn t it amazing how many older books like this hav...


  6. says:

    No one issurprised than me at how much I liked this book because this is not my kind of book at all But the writing was so addicting and the storyline was so interesting Around The Year in 52 Books Challenge 8 A classic with less than 200 pages


  7. says:

    God, what a heartbreaking novel Even while I suspected where it would go, I held on to the hope that maybe it wouldn t go there Ultimately it did and my poor heart could not take it Move over Romeo and Juliet, the Duke of Nemours and the Princess of Cl ves are the patron saints of star crossed lovers.The beginning is a chore to get t...


  8. says:

    Un v ritable coup de coeur La description du sentiment amoureux, les descriptions des personnes, les intrigues de la cour de France, j ai ador L abn gation de la la princesse, la constance de son mari, et l amour du duc forcent le respect


  9. says:

    Madame de la Fayette perfida, perfida Vi siete letti volevo dire lette , ma poi ho pensato all eventualit di maschietti appassionati ai romanzi rosa, non si sa mai tutti i romanzi della Austen e delle Bronte, e non sapete pi dove andare a pescare cibo per la vostra fame di classici rosa Non cercate tanto una lettura sensazionale, ma pi una lettura degna dei nomi qua sopra Optate per Madame de la Fayette, considerate anche lei, che poverina, ai giorni nostri non se la caga pi nessuno Madame de la Fayette perfida, perfida Vi siete letti volevo dire lette , ma poi ho pensato all eventualit di maschietti appassionati ai romanzi rosa, non si sa mai tutti i romanzi della Austen e delle Bronte, e non sapete pi dove andare a pescare cibo per la vostra fame di classici rosa Non cercate tanto una lettura sensazionale, ma pi una lettura degna dei nomi qua sopra Optate per Madame de la Fayette, considerate anche lei, che poverina, ai giorni nostri non se la caga pi nessuno O almeno, il lettore medio quando va alla ricerca di classici di s...


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