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    Father Goriot

    Le Père Goriot (Old Goriot or Father Goriot) is an 1835 novel by French novelist and playwright Honoré de Balzac, included in the Scènes de la vie privée section of his novel sequence La Comédie humaine. Set in Paris in 1819, it follows the intertwined lives of...

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    The Magic Skin

    The Magic Skin is a novel by Honoré de Balzac first published in 1831. Set in early 19th-century Paris, it tells the story of a young man who finds a magic piece of shagreen that fulfills his every desire. For each wish granted, however, the skin shrinks and consumes a...

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    Father Goriot

    Le Père Goriot (Old Goriot or Father Goriot) is an 1835 novel by French novelist and playwright Honoré de Balzac, included in the Scènes de la vie privée section of his novel sequence La Comédie humaine. Set in Paris in 1819, it follows the intertwined lives of...

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    Two Poets

    Two Poets (1837) is the first book in Balzac’s Lost Illusions trilogy, which is part of his sweeping set of novels collectively titled La Comédie Humaine. The story is set in post-Napoleonic France, when the new bourgeoisie was jostling for position alongside the old...

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    The Girl with the Golden Eyes

    The Girl with the Golden Eyes is a novel by Honoré de Balzac first published in 1834. In this novel, Balzac the virtuoso satirist depicts the levels of Parisian society as a version of the Inferno of Dante. Our beautiful, androgynous hero, Henri de Marsay, is one of the...

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    The Firm of Nucingen

    The Firm of Nucingen is a novel by Honoré de Balzac first published in 1837. The novel is part of the Comedie Humane and a "supplementary" tale to go with Father Goriot and Gobseck. Nucingen is the married family name of one of Father Goriot's daughters. Balzac...

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    Eve and David

    Eve and David (1843) is the final book in Balzac’s Lost Illusions trilogy, which is part of his sweeping set of novels collectively titled La Comédie Humaine. The story is set in post-Napoleonic France. In the first volume of the trilogy (Two Poets, 1837), we met...

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    Eugénie Grandet

    Eugénie Grandet, first published in 1833, is one of Honoré de Balzac's finest novels, and one of the first works in what would become his large novel series titled La Comédie Humaine. Set in a provincial town in post-Revolutionary France, the story deals with money,...

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    Cousin Betty

    Cousin Betty (La Cousine Bette), published in serial format in 1846, was one of the last and greatest of Balzac's works. It was part of his long novel collection titled La Comédie Humaine. Set in mid-19th century Paris, it tells the story of an unmarried middle-aged...

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    The Girl with the Golden Eyes

    The Girl with the Golden Eyes is a novel by Honoré de Balzac first published in 1834. In this novel, Balzac the virtuoso satirist depicts the levels of Parisian society as a version of the Inferno of Dante. Our beautiful, androgynous hero, Henri de Marsay, is one of the...

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    Louis Lambert

    Louis Lambert is an 1832 novel by French novelist and playwright Honoré de Balzac, included in the Études philosophiques section of his novel sequence La Comédie humaine. Set mostly in a school at Vendôme, it examines the life and theories of a boy genius fascinated...

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    A Distinguished Provincial At Paris

    A Distinguished Provincial at Paris (1839) is the second book in Balzac’s Lost Illusions trilogy, which is part of his sweeping set of novels collectively titled La Comédie Humaine. The story is set in post-Napoleonic France, when the new bourgeoisie was jostling for...

  13. Omslagsbild: Louis Lambert av

    Louis Lambert

    Louis Lambert is an 1832 novel by French novelist and playwright Honoré de Balzac, included in the Études philosophiques section of his novel sequence La Comédie humaine. Set mostly in a school at Vendôme, it examines the life and theories of a boy genius fascinated...

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    Cousin Betty

    Cousin Betty (La Cousine Bette), published in serial format in 1846, was one of the last and greatest of Balzac's works. It was part of his long novel collection titled La Comédie Humaine.  Set in mid-19th century Paris, it tells the story of an unmarried middle-aged...

  15. Omslagsbild: The Magic Skin av

    The Magic Skin

    The Magic Skin is a novel by Honoré de Balzac first published in 1831. Set in early 19th-century Paris, it tells the story of a young man who finds a magic piece of shagreen that fulfills his every desire. For each wish granted, however, the skin shrinks and consumes a...

  16. Omslagsbild: Eugénie Grandet av

    Eugénie Grandet

    Eugénie Grandet, first published in 1833, is one of Honoré de Balzac's finest novels, and one of the first works in what would become his large novel series titled La Comédie Humaine. Set in a provincial town in post-Revolutionary France, the story deals with money,...

  17. Omslagsbild: Cousin Pons av

    Cousin Pons

    Cousin Pons is one of the final works in Balzac's long novel series titled The Human Comedy. It was published in 1847, along with Cousin Betty, as one of a complementary pair of novels, collectively titled Poor Relations.  While Cousin Betty tells the story of a bitter...

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    Cousin Pons

    Cousin Pons is one of the final works in Balzac's long novel series titled The Human Comedy. It was published in 1847, along with Cousin Betty, as one of a complementary pair of novels, collectively titled Poor Relations. While Cousin Betty tells the story of a bitter...

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    The Firm of Nucingen

    The Firm of Nucingen is a novel by Honoré de Balzac first published in 1837. The novel is part of the Comedie Humane and a "supplementary" tale to go with Father Goriot and Gobseck. Nucingen is the married family name of one of Father Goriot's daughters. Balzac...

  20. Omslagsbild: Two Poets av

    Two Poets

    Two Poets (1837) is the first book in Balzac’s Lost Illusions trilogy, which is part of his sweeping set of novels collectively titled La Comédie Humaine. The story is set in post-Napoleonic France, when the new bourgeoisie was jostling for position alongside the old...

  21. Omslagsbild: Eve and David av

    Eve and David

    Eve and David (1843) is the final book in Balzac’s Lost Illusions trilogy, which is part of his sweeping set of novels collectively titled La Comédie Humaine. The story is set in post-Napoleonic France. In the first volume of the trilogy (Two Poets, 1837), we met...

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    A Distinguished Provincial At Paris

    A Distinguished Provincial at Paris (1839) is the second book in Balzac’s Lost Illusions trilogy, which is part of his sweeping set of novels collectively titled La Comédie Humaine. The story is set in post-Napoleonic France, when the new bourgeoisie was jostling for...

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