Eugénie Grandet

Eugénie Grandet

Book - 1983 | French
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1927. Balzac is considered to be the greatest name in the post-Revolutionary literature of France. His writings display a profound knowledge of the human heart, with an extraordinary range of knowledge. Eugenie Grandet, is the spare, classical story of a girl whose life is blighted by her father's hysterical greed and his most magnificent tale of early nineteenth-century French provincial life. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
Publisher: Paris : Le Livre de poche, ©1983.
ISBN: 9782253003861
Characteristics: 338 pages ;,17 cm


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Jul 13, 2016

I read this in French. I know this is a great book, a classic, but I can't really say I enjoyed it. I'm giving it 2 stars ("It was ok") based solely on my personal appreciation of the story. I think I would enjoy it more as a play than as a book.

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