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Lucrezia Floriani [George Sand, Julius Eker] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Lucrezia Floriani, a worldly year-old actress and the. Lucrezia Floriani était une actrice d’un talent pur, élevé, suffisamment tragique, toujours émouvant et sympathique quand elle jouait un rôle bien fait, exquis. Author: Sand, George, Title: Lucrezia Floriani. Ebook No.: Published: Jul 13, Downloads: Language: French. Subject: Man- woman.

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Sep 16, Cynthia Hart flooriani it it was amazing. Odysseus travelling Karol meets a Kirke Lucrezia which in second part turns out to be his Penelope but unfortunately he doesn’t understand it This is a ludrezia by George Sand translatedand it’s like a thinly veiled autobiographical work of sentimental garbage.

Jun 22, Helynne rated it liked it. Frequently dressed in men’s clothing, she participated actively in literary debates, cultural events, and even the revolution of This is an ugly romance even though those involved have their charms.

Pritchett writer “What a brave man she was, and what a good woman. She is regarded as the first French female novelist to gain a major lucgezia.

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I physically wanted to fight George Sand during the duration of this book. It’s really difficult to find it believable, or relateable, and the characters just don’t come alive as a result. Her ideas on morals have the same depth of judgment and delicacy of feeling as those of janitresses and kept women This novel — called “splendid” by Henry James — first appeared in Anyway foriani good book to read if you want to hear Sands thoughts on Chopin in a rather twisted manner.

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Lucrezia Floriani

The fact that there are men who could become enamoured of this slut is indeed a proof of the abasement of the men of this generation. Becky rated it really liked it May 27, Maria rated it really liked it Jan 24, The real victim however is Count Salvator.

To ask other readers questions about Lucrezia Florianiplease sign up. Though frequently dismissed as overblown or too sentimental, Sand’s fiction has recently undergone a revaluation, emerging as an influential body of women’s writing.

These opposites are more interesting to the reader. Her love affairs with the poet Musset and the composer Chopin were the stuff of legend, chronicled in her own Story of My Life.

Published October 1st by Chicago Review Press first published So basically she’s complaining in gloriani book that Chopin is jealous of everybody around her, including her kids, and he’s a licrezia drag, and he’s smothering her to death. The narrator describes him with many superlatives and explains his character by the education he received and his need for suffering.

True, Sand was known to pluck ideas for plot and character from her colorful personal life and her array of lovers. I didn’t love it floriai hate it. George Sand began life as Aurore Dupin, the daughter of a count and a dressmaker. Kamila rated it it was ok May 04, Very interesting book, rumored to be contrary to Sand’s statements a reflection of her relationship with Chopin. Jan 19, Mat rated it really liked it.

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Lucrezia Floriani by George Sand

Better yet, see the film version L’Enfant du Siecle starring Juliette Binoche as Sand and Benois Magimel as de Musset, which describes how de Musset indulged himself in alcohol and opiates during floriain couple’s stay in Venice, and ended up going completely crazy.

In typical Sandian tradition, Lucrezia describes herself and her philosophy of love: Prince Karol is not a complete sketch of anyone, but rather one half of human nature, the practical, sensitive soul that is masked by the other floriain, depicted in Salvator Albani.

In addition pucrezia being comfortable, Sand’s male dress enabled her to circulate more freely in Paris than most of her female contemporaries could, and gave her increased access to venues from which women were often barred — even women of her social standing. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Academy Chicago Publishers- Man-woman relationships – pages.

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