The George Sand Gustave Flaubert Letters

The George Sand Gustave Flaubert Letters The George Sand Gustave Flaubert Letters is a compilation of personal correspondence between two great nineteenth century French writers and contemporaries The letters reveal often divergent but alway

  • Title: The George Sand Gustave Flaubert Letters
  • Author: George Sand Gustave Flaubert A.L. McKenzie Stuart Sherman
  • ISBN: 9781607620495
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The George Sand Gustave Flaubert Letters is a compilation of personal correspondence between two great nineteenth century French writers and contemporaries The letters reveal often divergent but always profound, effervescent, and fascinating views on art, literature, drama, philosophy, culture, and gossip of the period an unparalleled window into history, and a rare in The George Sand Gustave Flaubert Letters is a compilation of personal correspondence between two great nineteenth century French writers and contemporaries The letters reveal often divergent but always profound, effervescent, and fascinating views on art, literature, drama, philosophy, culture, and gossip of the period an unparalleled window into history, and a rare interior glimpse into the creative psyche of two literary giants Translated from the French by A.L McKenzie 1921 , with an introduction by Stuart Sherman.

    George Sand Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin French am tin lysil o dyp July June , best known by her nom de plume George Sand French s d , was a French novelist and memoirist. George Sand Biography life, children, name, story, death George Sand was born Armandine Aurore Lucille Dupin in Paris, France, on July , Her father, Maurice Dupin, was related to a line of kings and to the Marchal de Saxe Marshal of Saxe her mother, Sophie, was the daughter of a professional bird fancier who came from a humble background. George Sand Controversial and Popular Writer ThoughtCo George Sand A Brave Man, the Most Womanly Woman Eidelman, Dawn D George Sand and the th Century Russian Love Triange Novels Ferra, Bartolome. George Sands George Sand, Prolific and Fearless French Author Brief biography of George Sand Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin French novelist, and essayist known for her prolific output and love life. The George Sand Gustave Flaubert letters George Sand Writers and historians will find much to love in the correspondence between the perpetually agonizing Flaubert and his older friend and confidante, George Sand The pair, along with constant writing of novels and plays, wrote each other, offering advice, praise and support.

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    1. نامه نگاری دو نویسنده که با اینکه گاه شیوه و عقاید متفاوت دارند با احترام و دوستی به مدت تقریبی 13 سال باهم مکاتبه میکنندتااینکه بامرگ ژرژساند به پایان می رسد اما تاثیر این دوستی با فلوبر می ماند

    2. Free download available at Project GutenbergEFATORY NOTEThis translation of the correspondence between George Sand and Gustave Flaubert was undertaken in consequence of a suggestion by Professor Stuart P. Sherman. The translator desires to acknowledge valuable criticism given by Professor Sherman, Ruth M. Sherman, and Professor Kenneth McKenzie, all of whom have generously assisted in revising the manuscript.A. L. McKenzie

    3. Correspondance entre George Sand et Gustave Flaubert, George Sand عنوان: آوازهای کوچکی برای ماه: نامه‌نگاری‌های گوستاو فلوبر و ژرژ ساند؛ نویسندگان: گوستاو فلوبر؛ ژرژ ساند؛ مترجم: گلاره جمشیدی؛ تهران، افق، 1391، در 452 ص؛ 9789643698249؛ موضوع: نامه نگاری گوستاو فلوبر و ژرژ ساند نویسندگان فرانسوی قرن 19 م

    4. نامه‌نگاری‌های ژرژ ساند و فلوبر از ۱۸۶۳ شروع میشه و تا چهارده سال بعد که ساند می‌میره ادامه داره. نگاه این دو تا آدم به زندگی و در نتیجه موضع‌شون نسبت به خیلی مسائل با هم متفاوته، اما با این وجود خیلی همدیگه رو تحسین می‌کنند. فلوبر که تنها با مادرش تو کرواسه زندگی می‌کنه، نو [...]

    5. This is a fascinating exchange of letters written between George Sand and Gustave Flaubert between 1862 and l876 when Sand died at the age of 72. Flaubert would follow her in l880 at the age of 59 and the letters were first published in l884. Both Sand and Flaubert were well-known writers at the time, and Sand was notorious, as well, for her many love affairs, including one with Chopin. They talk about many things, their writing, of course, but also about personal matters such as their health, m [...]

    6. آدم فکرش را نمی کند که نامه های دو نویسنده که از جفت آن ها چیزی نخوانده و یکی شان را هم اصلاً نمی شناسد جالب باشد. من هم این کتاب را برداشته بودم تا فقط یک نگاهی به ان بیندازم ولی صد صفحه اول را درسته قورت دادم! و حالا کتاب پر از گوشه های تا خورده است چون قسمت های مورد علاقه ام را عل [...]

    7. I first read these letters when they came out in 1993. I loved them then and enjoyed the rereading just as much. Sand lives in the midst of children and grandchildren. She writes and writes and writes and talks a lot about the expression of emotion. Flaubert lives largely on his own and sweats over every syllable. He mentions writing 73 pages of a novel and finally paring it down to three. Sand's various lovers always described her as scribbling away and she says not a word about editing. Sand e [...]

    8. A must-read for artists and humans! Funny, sad, smart, pessimistic, optimistic, charming, insightful, I love these letters so much and the intimate voices they share. The only reason i'm not rating this 5 is because i don't know this edition. I'm cheap and got it from Project Gutenberg.

    9. I will continue to go back to this book for inspiration and instruction! What a treat that this exists.

    10. He calls her "dear master". They write to each other about writing, their own, other people's. The Franco-Prussian war happens. They go, separately, on holiday. (She enjoys her holidays, he never enjoys his.) She teases him, and tells him what her grandchildren are up to and chides him to get more exercise. He says he'll come and visit but he almost never does, but they have dinner at Magny's when they're both in Paris. They both keep on writing their very different books, and writing to each ot [...]

    11. Many of these letters are of no interest or import; indeed, perhaps the most interesting thing is that two so different individuals managed to carry on so long and reasonably amiable a correspondence. Most are rather short, almost the 19th Century equivalent of FaceBook posts — and with as much grumbling about life and politics as one might see on FB, too.There is some of the same sort of bad medical advice one sees there, as well. Nothing like a little morphine for that cough, M. Flaubert!Her [...]

    12. هفت سال نامه‌نگاري بين گوستاو فلوبر نويسنده بزرگ فرانسوي با ژرژ ساند بانوي نويسنده‌اي که يکي از چهره‌هاي پيشرو و هنجارشکن جامعه روشنفکري فرانسه در قرن نوزدهم به شمار مي‌آمد يکي از بهترين اسناد براي شناخت روحيات اين دو نويسنده و روزگارشان است.دوستي عميق فلوبر و ساند هم رنگ [...]

    13. Reading the correspondence of authors is usually guaranteed to be at least a little more interesting than reading the correspondence of the average joe simply in terms of literary merit and expression. The correspondence of Gustave Flaubert and George Sand has all that and a healthy dose of gossip, intrigue, and petty scandal: the two were involved in a close relationship that even survived Gustave Flaubert's general misanthrope status and often questionable opinions of women [for more on that, [...]

    14. I read this over the course of a year a couple letters at a time. I found them inspiring, moving and human. Their warm respect and concern for each other countered there fundamental differences about art and life. Their arguments with each other were fascinating.

    15. A mostly mundane correspondence between two great writers. If you are interested in how difficult it was to visit nearby friends in 19th C. France, it might be a good read. Tender thoughts expressed and some great quotes, but I wished I had found a much more concise version for the casual reader.

    16. Merely whelming personal discussion about art and writing and friendship, and comfortably freaked out by theatre openings and revolution. Not exactly for me.

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