The Charterhouse of Parma, Stendhal – Scientific Prepas 2018-2019 – GF

June 14, 2018

• Title English : The Charterhouse of Parma, Stendhal – Scientific Prepas 2018-2019 – GF
• Author : Stendhal
• Pages : 654 Sheet
• Publisher : Flammarion; Edition: 2019 edition (May 30, 2018)
Collection : GF
• ISBN-10 : 208143363X
• ISBN-13 : 978-2081433632
Product Dimensions : 17,8 x 3 x 10,8 cm
• Format Kindle : Paperback, Epub, PDF and eBook
• Price : € 4,90
• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 8/10

♦ Description : “Lover of love, dreaming of glory, the young Fabrice del Dongo is drawn into adventurous passions that will take him from Waterloo to the Parma court, before ending up captive at the top of the Farnese tower. It is there, near Clelia, the daughter of the governor of the fortress, that he will go to seek the happiness, far from the power and the court … In the wake of the novels of analysis of the XVIIIe century, Stendhal makes the in love, a true object of study, of which he sketches the thousand movements, from amorous crystallization to confession, passing through obstacles and moments of happy fulfillment. Romance of joy and youth, The Charterhouse of Parma is the last great work of Stendhal, for whom love has always been the greatest business, or rather the only one. Special file: love 1. From courtesy to romanticism: the sources of the novel 2. A novel placed under the sign of love 3. Esteem, unreason, metamorphosis, jealousy: characteristics of the Passionate love.”

Author Biography



“Marie-Henri Beyle dit Stendhal is a French writer. From 1800 to 1801, he went to the Italian campaign where he was appointed second lieutenant in the 6th regiment of Dragons. From 1810, he participated in the administration and the Napoleonic Wars. During the fall of the First Empire, in 1814, he moved to Italy where he moved to Milan. During this period, he wrote several works around Italy as well as “Of love”. In 1821, because he is accused of sympathy for carbonari – affection particularly felt in the new “Vanina Vanini” – he is expelled from Milan.

Back in Paris, almost ruined after the death of his father, he entered the literary world by attending literary salons. In 1827, he published his first novel, “Armance”, followed in 1830 by the “Red and the Black”, partly influenced by the revolution of July 1830. After this, he was appointed consul in Civitavecchia, where he wrote the “Memories of egotism” and the unfinished novel “Lucien Leuwen”.

In Civitavecchia, he gets bored and leaves to travel. A leave from 1836 to 1839 allowed him to return to Paris. After having completed his last masterpiece (in fifty two days), “The Charterhouse of Parma”, in 1839, he began to write his novel “Lamiel” which remains unfinished. Stendhal died of apoplexy at the age of 59, leaving his autobiographical work “Life of Henri Brulard” unfinished. He had been made knight of the Legion of Honor by Guizot.”