Fb2 DLB 119: Nineteenth-Century French Fiction Writers: Romanticism and Realism 1800 (Dictionary of Literary Biography) ePub
by Catharine Savage Brosman
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|Author:||Catharine Savage Brosman|
|Publisher:||Gale Research Inc (August 21, 1992)|
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Catharine Savage Brosman.
Catharine Savage Brosman. Volume 119 in Gale's series covers the age of the novel in France through the lives and works of 19 writers whose fiction appeared in the first half of the 19th century, including Balzac, Chateaubriand, Flaubert, Gautier, Hugo, Sand, de Stael, and Stendhal.
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Brosman, Catharine Savage. Nineteenth century French fiction writers: Romanticism and realism, 1800–1860. Dictionary of the Literature of the Iberian Peninsula Encyclopedia of Italian Literary Studies: A-J. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 978-1-57958-390-3. Nineteenth-century French fiction writers: Naturalism and beyond, 1860–1900. French novelists, 1900–1930.
Romanticism and Realism, 1800-1860 (Dictionary of Literary Biography). by Catharine Savage Brosman. Published August 1992 by Thomson Gale.
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Dictionary of Literary Biography. Vol. 119: Nineteenth-Century French Fiction Writers: Romanticism and Realism, 1800-1860. A Bruccoli Clark Layman Book. Dictionary of Literary Biography. 192: French Dramatists, 1789-1914. 217: Nineteenth-Century French Poets.
The literary landscape after 1800 is marked by monumental achievements by fiction writers. Honore de Balzacs title La Comedie Humaine, with its suggestion of universality, fits well its creators vast ambitions, energies, and visions, both artistic and social. Victor Hugos first great novel, Notre-Dame de Paris dominates Romantic fiction the way the cathedral dominates the city in his masterful reconstruction. Add to the list such impressive writers as Stendhal and George Sand, as well as a score of additional well-recognized fiction writers of the century, and youll see how dominant fiction was during this period in France.
19 entries include: Honore de Balzac, Francois-Rene de Chateaubriand, Gustav Flaubert, Victor Hugo, George Sand, Etienne de Senancour, Stendhal, Alfred de Vigny.