Honoré de Balzac Louis Chevalier Samuel Silvestre de Sacy
Les Paysans
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Les Paysans Honoré de Balzac Louis Chevalier Samuel Silvestre de Sacy Comment, depuis trente ans que le p re Rigou vous suce la moelle de vos os, vous n avez pas core vu que les bourgeois seront pires que les seigneurs Les bourgeois et le gouvernement, c est tout un Qu qu ils deviendraient si nous tions tous riches Laboureraient ils leurs champs, feraient ils la moisson Il leur faut des malheureux Faut tout de m me ch Comment, depuis trente ans que le p re Rigou vous suce la moelle de vos os, vous n avez pas core vu que les bourgeois seront pires que les seigneurs Les bourgeois et le gouvernement, c est tout un Qu qu ils deviendraient si nous tions tous riches Laboureraient ils leurs champs, feraient ils la moisson Il leur faut des malheureux Faut tout de m me chasser avec eux, r pondit Tonsard, puisqu ils veulent allotir les grandes terres Et apr s, nous nous retournerons contre les Rigou Vous avez raison, r pondit Fourchon Comme dit le p re Niseron, qu est rest r publicain apr s tout le monde, le Peuple a la vie dure, il ne meurt pas, il a le temps pour lui. Les Paysans Comment depuis trente ans que le p re Rigou vous suce la moelle de vos os vous n avez pas core vu que les bourgeois seront pires que les seigneurs Les bourgeois et le gouvernement c est tout un Qu
  • Title: Les Paysans
  • Author: Honoré de Balzac Louis Chevalier Samuel Silvestre de Sacy
  • ISBN: 9782070366750
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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    1. Jan-Maat says:

      Executive Summary view spoiler caution, for executives only hide spoiler Well A deeply compelling, if curious reading experience, I could only nod sagely at any star rating from one to five and think that there are fair grounds to support that view IntroductionIn conversation I confessed that despite my advanced age and Balzac s amusing surname and his prodigious output that I had never read any of his novels This deficiency however could be swiftly remedied since on the shelves there was an old [...]

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    3. Raredeliciousgmail.com Giannakara says:

      for someone born and raised in the countryside of southern Europe me this book is a masterpiece completely makes sense isn t just a a classic but a story completely realistic.Reading Les Paysans someone could understand the causes of financial and social crisis in S.Europe.

    4. Lisa says:

      My summary of this rather too long short story is at balzacbooks.wordpress 2013

    5. Steve Schoenbeck says:

      This was bleak even for Balzac, but he would appear to have given a chillingly accurate description of some knavish people As always, he fleshes out his story with some remarkable characters Why is it that the villains always seem to be true to life

    6. Narendra Jussien says:

      Le ch teau des Aigues, qui a appartenu une ex cantatrice, Mlle Laguerre, a t achet par le g n ral comte de Montcornet la belle comtesse y a invit son amant, l crivain Blondet, et y accueille souvent son cur , l abb Brossette Aux portes du domaine, le Grand I Vert, cabaret tenu par les Tonsard, est le rendez vous des paysans, qui d vastent et pillent les bois et les champs de Montcornet Mais les v ritables ennemis des Aigues ne viennent pas dans ce repaire de malfaiteurs car il y a une conspirati [...]

    7. Dagny says:

      Sons of the Soil The Peasantry Les Paysans has been called a book of extraordinary interest and value Balzac, born and brought up in a country town, is well able to portray his subjects accurately.Emile Blondet, originally a provincial but now a Parisian journalist, is visiting a friend from his childhood, Madame de Montcornet and her husband at their country estate Being neither a farmer nor a sportsman he has ample time to walk abroad and observe the local peasants.One of the most charming ske [...]

    8. Jim says:

      When Honor de Balzac goes astray, it is because his pace becomes elephantine For most of this book, he did not appear to know in what direction he was going instead he kept multiplying new characters until it seemed that the entire countryside was complicit in a plot to get rid of former general who had purchased a local forest estate In the end, after the main villains have been introduced 75% of the way through the book, the plot moves to a quick, if melodramatic, conclusion.Poor General Montc [...]

    9. Steve Gordon says:

      With an I ll get there when I get there plot line, this late Balzac novel meticulously delivers up the class relations in the provinces of France in the early 19th century You want brilliant history You got it Wrapped in a great novel You got that too, pal.

    10. Zlatko says:

      Comparing to other books I ve read by Balzac,this is the worst.He was exaggerating in descriptions of nature.The plot was ok,it was exciting,thrilling from time to time.But reading this book I had to try so hard to stay focused.Denouement is not convincing.It seems as Balzac was in a hurry.

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