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Maupassant (1850 – 1893)
If you were expecting to read the happy story of the life of a beautiful young lady from the age of sixteen to fortysix, you will be seriously disappointed.

Maupassant has worked out in detail everything that could go wrong and will go wrong.

A life of grief, misfortune, and destruction of everything a young person innocently hopes for when leaving the convent where she had her noble and religious education.

Jeanne, cherished and the only daughter of Baron Le Perthuis des Vauds, had every reason to hope for a bright and happy life.
And so it seemed at first.
Just four month after her return the family castle on a clifftop in Normandy, she is presented and swiftly married to a new neighbor, the young and good looking Viscount de Lamare.

Honeymoon on Jeanne grew up in a sheltered life, being the heiress to a fortune and having gone to school at a convent.
After finishing school she meets Viscount de Lamare who woos her, weds her and takes her off to Corsica for a spectacular honeymoon.
Upon returning from France Jeanne finds her new husband is not quite the man she expected.
Her naivety is overwhelming at times, but clearly that is point.
We follow Jeanne's life through all of her disillusionment across the years into her senior years.
She never quite shakes the rosetinted glasses off her eyes and the reader feels simultaneously sorry for and angry at her for it.


Being the first novel written by Maupassant it's a rather decent book, though as an early novel it's clear to see why he's better known for his short stories.
The attempt at character development falls short since Jeanne remains relativel
Compared to BelAmi, this was a slowerpaced read, but the writing is nonetheless beautiful.
I was captivated by Maupassant's sensitivities in his descriptive skills in general.


It is a carefully crafted story of an aristocratic lady with a sheltered bringup who has lived through shattered dreams about love, unhappiness in marriage, betrayals by husband, best friend and friends, disillusions with the mores of her times and disappointment with life in general.
Maupassant writes with compassion where the protagonist is concerned, and with clearsighted satire on the subject of religion and dogmas.


The setting is mainly in a seaside suburb of Rouen with some diversion to the island of Life doesn't always turn out as one would hope.

Wonderful prose , beautifully translated and there was a happy ending after all!
My first foray into Maupassant and won't be my last.

Loved it.
I love Maupassant and always find he tackles the timeless difficult issues of life, that resonate down through the ages, with masterly and devastating acuity.
The ‘life’ we examine is that of Jeanne, a naive young country girl, born into a life of privilege and convent educated, but destined to misfortune and tragedy.
Poor Jeanne who is slow to acquire any degree of self knowledge and never really understands the realities of the life with all its brutal contradictions, and so is a ‘victim’ in devastating fashion.


Her early life is idyllic and she lives with adoring parents in beautiful seclusion in a chateau in Normandy on an estate by the sea, “.
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facing her was a broad lawn as yellow as butter under the night sky.
Two tall trees rose up like steeples in front of the house, a plane to the north and a linden to the south….
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Jeanne gazed at the broad surface of



Upon completion of her convent education at the age of seventeen, Jeanne is taken home by her father to start her adult life.
Jeanne, wearing metaphorical rose tinted spectacles, is dreaming of a future of romance, a happy marriage and two childrena boy followed not long after by a girl.
Jeanne's wealthy parents are providing her with a property of her own.
So it seems that she is off to a good start.


But is she? Things don't go entirely to plan, and she soon learns about love and life.
It is not so very long before her fresh joyful attitude changes to cynicism: "Tout n’était donc que misère, chagrin, malheur et mort.
Tout trompait, tout mentait, tout faisait souffrir et pleurer.
"

And every time you think that things c It had good lessons, but it was not an enjoyable or good read at all.
My dad gave a nice copy of this book to me for Christmas.
Five months later, I finally got around to reading it.
It was a terrible, depressing book.
Even after I reported most of the horrendous plot, my dad only said, "It's good for her.
" I would not recommend this book to girls my age.
The main character, Jeanne, is surrounded by evil, wanton people.
She seems to be the only good person in the whole book, but of course she was naive and thoughtless and weak.
In the book a woman said something to her that I thought summed up the cause of most of her ruined life: "You've made a bad marriage, that's the whole secret.
One has no business to marry without knowing anything about one's husband.
" It was hard to watch a blooming young woman change into a ruin One of the most wonderful books I've ever read in my life.
I read it when I was in high school 10 years ago, and it still makes me emotional when I think about it.
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Guy de Maupassant

Download Epub Format Å Une vie PDF by ↠´ Guy de Maupassant pamyatnik.pro Henri Ren Albert Guy de Maupassant was a popular 19th century French writer He is one of the fathers of the modern short story A protege of Flaubert, Maupassant s short stories are characterized by their economy of style and their efficient effortless d nouement He also wrote six short novels A number of his stories often denote the futility of war and the innocent civilians who get crushed