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Germinie Lacerteux has its pleasures. No trivia or quizzes yet.
The title character here is just such a servant. Return to Book Page. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. A House to Let Charles Dickens. One of the books that are classics beyond any doubt. An unhappy early life leads her to become obsessively religious – but when her adored priest realises her feelings are for him rather than God, and avoids her, she gi “For me she isn’t a maid, a servant.
Arvena rated it really liked it Aug 27, Scrivevano dappertutto e avevano da dire la loro su ogni cosa. Kindle Edition Inspired by the authors’ servant – an apparently devoted employee whom they discovered, after her death, laecrteux been stealing, drinking and living an immoral life.
I greatly enjoyed the book which is also available in English translations.
Lists with This Book. Viscerally, it was fun to pick out when Edmond, or Jules is speaking. The novel was too dark, and I personally didn’t like the main heroine at all.
Le condizioni che vincolavano il lascito furono ferree: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The de Goncourt brothers, Germinue and Jules, were French novelists of the midth century who worked collaboratively in lacerteeux same naturalist tradition as the Italian verismo opera composer, Puccini.
Aave rated it goncout liked it Jan 07, Germinie Lacertux, dopo un passato travagliato, riesce a trovare un impiego di cameriera presso una anziana signorina, Mademoiselle de Varandeuil che la tratta gentilmente, come una di famiglia. The story is that of a poor country girl who comes to Paris, where her temperament renders her peculiarly liable to temptation.
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Loveless Love Luigi Pirandello. Further suggestions might be found on the article’s talk page. Amanda Banks rated it liked it Jun 28, Such a frustration of her maternal instincts engenders a deep devotion to her niece; Germinie is crushed when the girl is removed by her parents. Germinie Lacerteux is a grim, anti-Romantic novel by Edmond and Jules de Goncourt in which the authors aim to present, as they say, a “clinic of love.
Ma i fratelli erano troppo legati per separarsi a causa di sciocchi affari di cuore. Ma Jean questa notte non arriva. First book I have read by the Goncourt Brothers – ger,inie it up because of the reference in Mimesis – and the development of tragic realistic French novels in the 19th century. The Flood Emile Zola. Sintija rated it really liked it Apr 13, View all 14 comments.
Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the New International Encyclopedia Wikipedia articles incorporating text via vb from the New International Encyclopedia Wikipedia articles incorporating text from the New International Encyclopedia All stub articles. Looking for verminie books? Sergei Ter-Tumasov rated it really liked it May 07, Helena rated it did not like it Feb 29, A naturalist novel on the darkest and most awkward sides of the human psychology.
Germinie Lacerteux – Wikipedia
Eureka Edgar Allan Poe. Subsequently she worked for a few months as the maid of a retired actor until he died, and then she took odd jobs with various shadowy characters until settling down as the maid for Mademoiselle de Varandeuil, a spinster of moderate means who herself had been used by her own father as a housekeeper until his death.
Description Orphaned at the age of four, Germinie Lacerteux is forced to enter service in Paris in order to pay her way, in a story that paints a vision of 19th-century Paris haunted by poverty, death, and despair. The study is based on actual observation by lacfrteux authors of their own maidservant, Rose Malingre, whose double life they had never suspected.
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Quotes from Germinie Lacerteux. Such a frustration of her maternal instincts eng Orphaned at the age of four, Germinie Lacerteux is forced to enter service in Paris in order to pay her way, in a story that paints a vision of 19th-century Paris haunted by poverty, death, and despair.
And then Germanie falls ill and the many to whom she owes many start to gather like vultures