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Language: French. Mont-Oriol by Guy de Maupassant.
Guy de Maupassant , ne a Paris, est un ecrivain francais. Lie a Gustave Flaubert et a Emile Zola, il a marque la litterature francaise par ses six romans, dont Une Vie en , Bel Ami en , Pierre et Jean en , mais surtout par ses nouvelles plus de , parfois intitulees contes, comme Boule de Suif en , Les Contes de la Becasse en ou Le Guy de Maupassant , ne a Paris, est un ecrivain francais. Lie a Gustave Flaubert et a Emile Zola, il a marque la litterature francaise par ses six romans, dont Une Vie en , Bel Ami en , Pierre et Jean en , mais surtout par ses nouvelles plus de , parfois intitulees contes, comme Boule de Suif en , Les Contes de la Becasse en ou Le Horla en Ces oeuvres retiennent l'attention par leur force realiste, la presence importante du fantastique et par le pessimisme qui s'en degage le plus souvent mais aussi par la maitrise stylistique.
La carriere litteraire de Guy de Maupassant se limite a une decennie - de a Reconnu de son vivant, Guy de Maupassant conserve un renom de premier plan, renouvele encore par les nombreuses adaptations filmees de ses oeuvres. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published January 16th by Dodo Press first published More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Mont-Oriol , please sign up.
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View all 9 comments. Jul 13, Ivana Books Are Magic rated it it was amazing. Before I start this review, I just want to warn you that this review will be a long one. This book touched me deeply and it remains one of my favourites.
Why is that so, I will try to explain in this review. One of the reasons is certainly Guy de Maupassant himself.
I'm assuming that a lot of literature lovers and hence goodreads members have probably heard of Guy de Maupassant, a naturalist French writer that is considered to be a master of a short story form. If you google him, you will have Before I start this review, I just want to warn you that this review will be a long one. If you google him, you will have no problems finding his short stories, they're available on many online sites.
In addition, copy laws don't apply anymore, so you can read them online or even print them out for yourself without feeling guilty. He really is the master of short story, so I do think this is something you should do if you love short stories or if you are seraching for good solid literature. In addition, short stories are great for those crazy days when finding some free time for reading seems impossible and you don't feel like just reading another chapter of some novel. However, today I will not talk about his shorts stories.
What I'm recommending to you today is a novel. You have probably all heard about at least one of his novels, because Bel Ami has been made into a successful film. I still have to read that one, as well as watch the film. Mont-Oriol, the novel I'm recommending today was actually the first novel of his that I had read. Prior to it, I have only read his story stories. One thing that I noticed while I was reading his short stories is that this writer is really a master when it comes to understanding the female mind.
He does have a way of getting into the head of his female characters. This is even more visible in this novel than it is in his short stories. Characterization is something he does with ease, the way he creates and portrays his characters feel very straightforward and logical but they do have that emotional side to them. The development of characters and the inner changes that follow that development is something that he handled exceptionally well in this one. In Mont- Oriol, there is a number of interesting characters.
The narrative is elegant and natural; it follows a few different threads that make it a really fascinating read.
However, I can't help feeling that this novel is at a deeper level all about Christiane, a young woman who has a great capacity and hunger for love. This is all going to change for hers is a complex soul.
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The kind of soul that is meant for great and profound emotions, for incredible flights of the spirit, yet she doesn't even guess it. It is her story that I found most touching and real. I felt like I could really relate to her on so many levels. It is on basis of the success of her characterization that I consider this novel to be a true masterpiece.
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This writer has a reputation for being a cynic and pessimist, so it might come as surprise to some that his writing felt very uplifting to me. Uplifting once I finished reading it, for I did cry an awful lot while I was reading it.
I guess there are different types of cynics and maybe that is it. I think many a cynic has a very sensitive heart; one that he tries to defend with his cynism. However, this may not be the case here. To be honest this writer doesn't strike me as a cynic at all. It is certainly true that Maupassant reveals dark sides of human nature but the way he does it is very honest and straight forward. I always respect that in a writer. He is the kind of writer that lets you come to your own conclusions; he doesn't force you to see the world in a particular way. A true cynic doesn't believe in love, so Maupassant can't really be a true cynic.
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That is my reasons anyway, make what you will of it. I suppose it doesn't and I shouldn't really matter how we or I in this case choose to classify him, what matters is that he is a brilliant writer. I just happen to see him as not being a cynic. Not that this novel is a typical and happy love story, far from it but it does recognizes love for what it is, a force to be reckon with. Love can be powerful and real, amazingly strong and passionate. So, the way this writer handled the element of love in this story is something I quite liked.
I do respond to his style of writing on more levels than one and I certainly don't consider myself to be a pessimist of any sort. I'm the sort of person who stands with my two feet on the ground, always trying to assess the situation. Typical Taurus one might add. I'm not sure do I believe in that zodiac stuff, but facing life instead of running away into pleasant daydreaming makes sense to me. I try not to turn my eyes from the ugly side of life for I believe that to appreciate the good things in life, we must also know about the bad ones.
Besides, acknowledging that human beings are often motivated by greed and lust is not really being pessimistic. Such is my view. It is more being realistic than anything else. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Get fast, free delivery with Amazon Prime.