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Questions Of Interpretation In La Princesse De Cl Ves

Author : John Campbell
ISBN : 9051839502
Genre : Social Science
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People are so divided about La Princesse de Clèves' they're ready to devour each other.' So reported Mme de Lafayette, to whom his landmark of French fiction is traditionally attributed, when it first appeared in 1678. Over three centuries the initial divisions have widened into large areas of critical disagreement.Questions of interpretation inLa Princesse de Clèves' outlines the main areas of controversy and confronts the radically divergent critical responses that have been made with the witness of the text itself. Without seeking to advance easy solutions, it suggests plausible readings and possible approaches in the light of the evidence provided by language and ideas more uncertain and ambiguous than might at first appear. Offering as it does a wide-ranging review of recent critical opinion and providing the most comprehensive and up-to-date bibliographical tool at present available, this important new work is an invaluable tool for all readers and students of this famous novel.
Category: Social Science

La Princesse De Cl Ves

Author : Barbara R. Woshinsky
ISBN : UOM:39015005154656
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Princesse De Cleves

Author : Madame Lafayette
ISBN : 9780141960555
Genre : Fiction
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Set towards the end of the reign of Henry II of France, The Princesse de Clèves (1678) tells of the unspoken, unrequited love between the fair, noble Mme de Clèves, who is married to a loyal and faithful man, and the Duc de Nemours, a handsome man most female courtiers find irresistible. Warned by her mother against admitting her passion, Mme de Clèves hides her feelings from her fellow courtiers, until she finally confesses to her husband - an act that brings tragic consequences for all. Described as France's first modern novel, The Princesse de Clèves is an exquisite and profound analysis of the human heart, and a moving depiction of the inseparability of love and anguish.
Category: Fiction

La Princesse De Cleves

Author : Madame de La Fayette
ISBN : 1548914681
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La Princesse De Cleves

Author : Madame de Lafayette
ISBN : 1589770358
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Legendary Lives In La Princesse De Cl Ves

Author : Janet Letts
ISBN : 1886365083
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Weighing debates over reasons for the inclusion of apparently extraneous narratives in the 1678 novel by Comtesse Marie- Madelaine de Lafayette, the author presents her case that details on historical personages such as Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII, Henri II, and Catherine de Medici were intended to influence readers rather than convey "a sort of sentimental education for the heroine." She relies primarily on French language references, passages she excerpts and translates, the literary information base of early readers, and a 16th-century chronology. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Category: Literary Criticism

The Princesse De Cleves

Author : Madame de La Fayette (Marie-Madeleine Pioche de La Vergne)
ISBN : 0192837265
Genre : Fiction
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Poised between the fading world of chivalric romance and a new psychological realism, Madame de Lafayette's novel of passion and self-deception marks a turning point in the history of the novel. When it first appeared anonymously in 1678--in the heyday of French classicism--it aroused fierce controversy among critics and readers, particularly for the extraordinary confession which forms the climax of the story. It is now regarded as a landmark in the history of women's writing. In this entirely new translation, The Princesse de Cleves is accompanied by two shorter works also attributed to Mme de Lafayette, The Princesse de Montpensier and The Comtesse de Tende.
Category: Fiction