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Fri Mar 21 17:09:31 2014 UTClccn-n790710940.23The girl with the golden eyes0.380.66La comédie humaine /29529595Honoré_de_Balzacn 79071094303891Abbé Savonati.Abbé Savonati 1799-1850Abbeé SavonatiAubin, Horace de S.-Aubin, Horace de S.- 1799-1850 PseudonymAubin, Horace de Saint-Aubin, Horace de Saint- 1799-1850 PseudonymAubin, SaintAuteur du Vicaire des Ardennes.Ba’erzhakeBa’erzhake, 1799-1850Ba'erzhakeBa'erzhake, 1799-1850Bālazāka, ..., 1799-1850Balsac, Honoré deBalssa, HonoréBalssa, Honoré, 1799-1850Balzac.Balzac, 1799-1850Balzac, de.Balzac, H.Balzac, H. de.Balzac, H. de, 1799-1850Balzac, H. de (Honoré), 1799-1850Balzac, H. de (Honoré de), 1799-1850Balzac, Heinrich von 1799-1850Balzac, Honoräe deBalzac, Honoräe de 1799-1850Balzac, HonoratoBalzac, Honorato, 1799-1850Balzac, Honorato de, 1799-1850Balzac, Honoratus deBalzac, Honoratus de 1799-1850Balzac, Honoré.Balzac, Honoré deBalzac, Honore de, 1799-1850Balzac, Honoré von 1799-1850Balzac, Honoreé deBalzac, Honoreé vonBalzac, Honoriusz.Balzac, Honoriusz 1799-1850Balzac, Honoryusz.Balzac, M. deBalzac, M. de 1799-1850Balzac, Onorato diBalzac, Onorato di 1799-1850Balzac, Onore deBalzac, ... von 1799-1850Balzak.Balzaḳ, ... 1799-1850Balzak, H.Balzak, Honoré : dëBalzak, Honore de, 1799-1850Balzak, Honoriusz.Bal'zak, O.Balʹzak, OnoreBalʹzak, Onore, 1799-1850Balʹzak, Onore deBalʹzak, Onore de, 1799-1850Balzaḳ, Onoreh dehBalzaḳ, Onoreh deh, 1799-1850Balzāk, Ūnūrīh dīBalzāk, Ūnūrīh dī, 1799-1850Balzaks, Onorē de, 1799-1850Balzaq, Ônôrē deBalzaq, Ônôrē de 1799-1850Balzéak, OnoreBanzăc, Hônôrê đơBanzăc, Hônôrê đơ, 1799-1850BaruzakkuBaruzakku, 1799-1850ceélibataire, JeuneDe Balzac, HonoratoDe Balzac, Honorato, 1799-1850De Balzac, HonoréDe Balzac, Honoré, 1799-1850De Balzac, HonoreéDe Balzak, OnoreDe Saint-Aubin, HoraceDeBalzac, Honoré 1799-1850DeBalzac, HonoreéHonoré de BalzacHorace de Saint AubinHorace de Saint-Aubin, 1799-1850Instituteur Matricante.Instituteur Matricante 1799-1850Jeune ceélibataireJeune ceélibataire, UnJeune célibataire, 1799-1850Jeune célibataire, Un.Jeune célibataire, un, 1799-1850L'Empésé, Emile Baron de 1799-1850 PseudonymLord R'Hoone.Lord R'Hoone 1799-1850Lord R'Hoone 1799-1850 PseudonymMatricante, Instituteur.Matricante Instituteur 1799-1850Mpalzak, Onore deMpalzak, Onore nte, 1799-1850O'Rhoone, Lord.O'Rhoone Lord 1799-1850Pa-erh-cha-kʻoPa-erh-cha-kʻo, 1799-1850Poitiers, Saint Aubin de.Poitiers Saint Aubin de 1799-1850R'Honne, LordR'HooneR'Hoone, ... 1799-1850 PseudonymR'Hoone, Lord.R'Hoone, Lord, 1799-1850Saint Aubin.Saint Aubin, 1799-1850Saint Aubin, 1799-1850, de PoitiersSaint Aubin de Poitiers.Saint Aubin de Poitiers 1799-1850Saint-Aubin, Horace de.Saint-Aubin, Horace de, 1799-1850Saint-Aubin, Horace de 1799-1850 PseudonymSavonati, abbé.Savonati Abbé 1799-1850Savonati, AbbeéSt.-Aubin, Horace.Une *tête à l'enversVillerglé, A. de.Villerglé A. de 1799-1850Villergleé, A. deБальзак, Оноре деБальзак, Оноре де, 1799-1850באלזאק, אונורה דה, 1799-1850באלזאק, אנארע דע, 1799-1850באלזאק, האָנאָרע דע, 1799-1850באלזאק, הונורה דה, 1799-1850בלזק, אונורה דהבלזק, אונורה דה, 1799-1850בלזק, אנארע דעבלזק, הונורה דהבלזק, הונורה דה-, 1799-1850דע־באלזאק, האָנאָרע, 1799-1850أونوريه دو بلزاك، 1799-1850بالزاك، انوره دوبلزاك، اونوريه دى، 1799-1850 مبلزاك، هونورى،هونورى بلزاك،هونورى بلزاك، 1799-1850 مバルザックバルザック, 1799-1850バルザック, オノレ・ド巴爾札克, 1799-1850巴爾扎克, 1799-1850lccn-n82231348Wormeley, Katharine Prescotttrledtlccn-no89008943Marriage, Ellenauitrledtlccn-no93013158Bell, Clara1834-1927trllccn-n78095494Stendhal1783-1842hnrlccn-no2011175118Waring, Jamestrllccn-n50037086Castex, Pierre Georges1915-othauianndrtpbdiluedtpbldirlccn-nr91017742Bouteron, Marcel1877-othcmmadpauianncwtsecedtlccn-n79138567Zweig, Stefan1881-1942auiadplccn-n79029930Dostoyevsky, Fyodor1821-1881trllccn-n80067081Maurois, André1885-1967auiBalzac, Honoré de1799-1850FictionBiographyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcDomestic fictionJuvenile worksLove storiesChurch historyTextbooksAllegoriesBalzac, Honoré de,French fictionFranceManners and customsNovelists, FrenchFrance--ParisFathers and daughtersOlder menRealism in literatureLiteratureFrench literatureInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)RomanticismDostoyevsky, Fyodor,Catherine de Médicis,--Queen, consort of Henry II, King of France,Stendhal,QueensComparative literature--French and EnglishEavesdropping in literatureEnglish fictionComparative literature--English and FrenchProust, Marcel,Collins, Wilkie,Austen, Jane,Dickens, Charles,Gogolʹ, Nikolaĭ Vasilʹevich,Russian fiction--European influencesChance in literatureEavesdroppingComparative literature--German and FrenchComparative literature--French and GermanShort storyDeath in literatureKleist, Heinrich von,Man-woman relationshipsShort stories, FrenchFictionCatholics--Intellectual lifeChristianity and literatureCatholics as literary charactersGreeley, Andrew M.,Catholic fictionUnited StatesCatholic ChurchChristian fiction, AmericanMelodramaJames, Henry,Flaubert, Gustave,Middle class in 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Honoré deEugénie GrandetCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFictionLove storiesThe author's best known work, the pathetic story of a girl sacrificed to her father's inhuman avarice and to the brutal indifference of lover and husband. For other editions, see Author Catalog+-+K5059959654466691ocn011255283book18340.35Balzac, Honoré deLe père GoriotHistoryChurch historyCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionThrough parental love Goriot is willingly reduced to poverty so that he may satisfy the demands of his well-married but debt-ridden daughters+-+5546706095267990ocn050666759book18350.28Balzac, Honoré deOld GoriotHistoryFictionDomestic fictionGreat cycle of novels in which Balzac analysed the motives underlying human action+-+3265995965219522ocn049294957file18940.25Balzac, Honoré deCatherine de' MédicisFictionBalzac's La Comedie Humaine was a story cycle comprising more than 100 novels and stories. Although most of these works are set in nineteenth-century France, several hearken back to earlier periods. Catherine de' Medici centers on the life of the woman born into an aristocratic family in medieval Italy who went on to become Queen consort and, later, regent of France+-+08036902263242193506ocn000671373book18000.59Balzac, Honoré deLe lys dans la valléeFictionLove storiesFélix de Vandenesse tombe éperdument amoureux de la comtesse de Mortsauf, jeune femme vertueuse mariée à un vieil homme insupportable. Fidèle à ses valeurs, elle lutte contre le désir qui l'envahit peu à peu. Mais un jour, Félix rencontre lady Dudley, une marquise anglaise très belle mais aussi très perverse. Dès lors, il se trouve déchiré entre un amour pur et une passion sensuelle+-+87754511773242180334ocn002421323book18290.66Balzac, Honoré deLa comédie humaineBiographyRecords and correspondenceIncludes t.p. and frontis. from [v. 1], The Wild ass' skin ... and other stories; the introduction and 10 leaves of text; plates from other v. of this ed.; bound in gray cloth with sample spine binding (gray cloth with paper label printed in red and black) mounted inside back cover2177462ocn001422976book18000.56Balzac, Honoré deLa Peau de chagrinCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionRoman fantastique. Roman philosophique+-+05815580773242097108ocn049294208file18860.28Balzac, Honoré deThe country doctorHistoryFiction+-+0171501596201386ocn704551591book18370.31Balzac, Honoré deDroll storiesFictionFor other editions see Author Catalog+-+1309768516199547ocn044957714file18910.27Balzac, Honoré deThe lily of the valleyFictionLove storiesThe correspondence between a young Frenchman and his fiancee on the subject of love reveals the differences in the two sex's approach to the subject+-+86295213251842381ocn001099951book18460.50Balzac, Honoré deLa cousine BetteHistoryFictionRoman om en ugift pige, der med sin skinsyge og hævnlyst som en ond ånd følger familien Hulot fra dens glansperiode til dens fornedrelse+-+53861852573241789311ocn000486365book18470.56Balzac, Honoré deLe cousin PonsFictionCe roman sur le thème de la captation d'héritage augmente la galerie de portraits de La comédie humaine+-+07902676963241696315ocn000671294book18370.59Balzac, Honoré deIllusions perduesCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionLe grand roman d'éducation de Balzac+-+3715185257324167854ocn604956582book18930.31Balzac, Honoré deLost illusionsFictionLucien Chardon, an aspiring young author, leaves his small provincial hometown and attempts to succeed in Parisian literary circles of the early nineteenth century+-+2630690226324152140ocn049293243file18860.27Balzac, Honoré deCousin PonsFictionIn this 1847 novel, often seen as a companion piece to Balzac's Cousin Bette , Sylvain Pons is a musician who despite modest means has amassed a valuable collection of art. Only after a wealthy cousin banishes him as her guest does she learn of the collection and becomes one of many who would like to get their thieving hands on it+-+0116328996152021ocn044962418file18330.23Balzac, Honoré deThe girl with the golden eyesFictionSettle in for a titillating tale of illicit passion, romantic entanglement, and murder. Honore de Balzac's novella The Girl With the Golden Eyes highlights the French writer's skillful ability to convey truths about the darker nature of humanity through perfectly wrought details and observations. A must-read for fans of classic European literature, or for readers who love a healthy dose of psychological complexity with their mysteries+-+8730589596148391ocn000165836book18340.28Balzac, Honoré dePère GoriotHistoryFictionTextbooksAt the shabby boarding house in the rue Neuve-Sainte-Genevieve, petty Madame Vauquer and her tenants wonder at the plight of the aging resident Goriot. Once a well-heeled merchant, Goriot was--at first--afforded special treatment from the Madame. But now something is clearly amiss in his financial affairs, and his increasingly tawdry appearance makes him a subject of ridicule in the household. Some think he lost in the markets, others see him as a lecherous patron of prostitutes, but one thing is clear: his selflessness and complete devotion to his two daughters+-+0713099006141248ocn049293036file18460.25Balzac, Honoré deCousin BettyFictionAllegories+-+K010977406139215ocn049294652file18890.27Balzac, Honoré deSeraphitaFictionThe work plunges into the fantastic and the supernatural self. In a castle in Norway near the fjord Stromfjord, Séraphitüs, a strange and melancholic being, conceals a terrible secret. Séraphitüs loves Minna, and she returns this love, believing Séraphitüs to be a man. But Séraphitüs is also loved by Wilfrid, who considers Séraphitüs to be a woman (Séraphîta). In reality, Séraphitüs-Séraphîta is a perfect androgyne, born to parents who by the doctrines of Emanuel Swedenborg have transcended their humanity, and Séraphitüs-Séraphîta is the perfect example of humanity+-+1853281936139215ocn000744863book19460.31Balzac, Honoré dePère Goriot, and Eugénie GrandetFictionWealthy and doting father impoverishes himself in securing brilliant marriages for his ambitious daughters. Symbolizes the extravagance of paternal sacrifice247147ocn000342322book19460.32Zweig, StefanBalzacBiographyContains Japanese translation "Cousin Bette" and short stories by Mizuno Akira222711ocn002360260book19650.31Maurois, AndréPrometheus; the life of BalzacBiographyA biography of Honore de Balzac+-+587593633532416669ocn000321907book19650.39Fanger, DonaldDostoevsky and romantic realism: a study of Dostoevsky in relation to Balzac, Dickens, and GogolHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+K84066563516108ocn030436965book19940.28Robb, GrahamBalzac : a lifeBiographyIn the first major English biography of Honore de Balzac for over fifty years, Graham Robb has produced a compelling portrait of the great French novelist whose powers of creation were matched only by his self-destructive tendencies. As colorful as the world he described, Balzac is the perfect subject for biography: a relentless seducer whose successes were as spectacular as his catastrophes; a passionate collector, inventor, explorer, and political campaigner; a mesmerizing storyteller with the power to make his fantasies come true. Balzac's early life was a struggle against literary disappointment and poverty, and he learned his trade by writing a series of lurid commercial novels. Robb shows how Balzac's craving for wealth, fame, and happiness produced a series of hare-brained entrepreneurial schemes which took him to the remotest parts of Europe and into a love affair with a Polish countess whom he courted for fifteen years by correspondence. Out of these experiences emerged some of the finest novels in the Realist tradition. Skillfully interweaving the life with the novels, Robb presents Balzac as one of the great tragi-comic heroes of the nineteenth century, a man whose influence both in and outside his native France has been, and still is, immense+-+023868848516066ocn056320927com20020.39Gaylin, Ann ElizabethEavesdropping in the novel from Austen to ProustCriticism, interpretation, etc"Eavesdropping in the Novel from Austen to Proust investigates human curiosity and its representation in eavesdropping scenes in nineteenth-century English and French novels. Ann Gaylin argues that eavesdropping dramatizes a primal human urge to know, and offers a paradigm of narrative transmission and reception of information among characters, narrators, and readers. Gaylin sheds light on the social and psychological effects of the nineteenth-century rise of information technology and accelerated flow of information, as manifested in the anxieties about - and delight in - displays of private life and its secrets. Analyzing eavesdropping in Austen, Balzac, Dickens, Collins, and Proust, she demonstrates the flexibility of the scene to produce narrative complication or resolution, to foreground questions of gender and narrative agency, and to place the debate of privacy and publicity within the literal and metaphoric spaces of the nineteenth-century novel. This innovative study will be of interest to scholars of nineteenth-century English and European literature."--BOOK JACKET+-+6030636705147112ocn000446087book19730.29Pritchett, V. SBalzacBiography+-+420479445532413362ocn042328616com19930.47Bell, David FCircumstances chance in the literary textCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+647767853511763ocn042854747com19960.47Guenther, Beatrice MartinaThe poetics of death the short prose of Kleist and BalzacCriticism, interpretation, etc10834ocn004593647book19790.32Festa-McCormick, DianaHonoré de BalzacCriticism, interpretation, etcProvides in-depth analysis of the life, works, career, and critical importance of Honoré de Balzac9955ocn001178946book19640.31Oliver, E. JHonoré de BalzacCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography9784ocn000344556book19530.39Bertault, PhilippeBalzac and The human comedyBiography9775ocn055732522com20000.47Becker, Allienne RThe divine and human comedy of Andrew M. GreeleyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcThe volume approaches Greeleys novels by comparing him to the 19th-century French writer Honoré de Balzac. A prolific and popular author, Balzac recorded his milieu in tremendous detail, created a fictional universe peopled by hundreds of characters, and explored the role of Catholicism in his world. Because of his training as a sociologist, Greeley brings to his novels a thorough knowledge of popular culture and social theory. And because of his experience as a Roman Catholic priest, he has gained special knowledge of vice, virtue, and the workings of the Church. Like Balzac--now a major canonical author--Greeley has created a world of numerous fictional persons, mapped the details of his culture, and explored the place of Catholicism in contemporary life+-+29106886859115ocn002496614book19760.56Brooks, PeterThe melodramatic imagination : Balzac, Henry James, melodrama, and the mode of excessCriticism, interpretation, etc90110ocn000236621book19660.47Marceau, FélicienBalzac and his worldCriticism, interpretation, etc84011ocn000909310book19530.56Rogers, SamuelBalzac & the novelCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography82910ocn000015517book19570.56Giraud, RaymondThe unheroic hero in the novels of Stendhal, Balzac, and FlaubertCriticism, interpretation, etc7803ocn070956823file20040.47Mura-Brunel, AlineSilences du roman Balzac et le romanesque contemporainCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+28826579543247016ocn000506603book19720.59Balzac and the nineteenth century: studies in French literature presented to Herbert J. Hunt by pupils, colleagues, and friendsCriticism, interpretation, etc70015ocn000343534book19650.53Maurois, AndréProméthée; ou, La vie de BalzacBiographyBiographical and interpretative study of the life, character and writings of the controversial French author, Honore de Balzac6951ocn000352196book19650.53Finkelstein, SidneyExistentialism and alienation in American literatureCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+2630690226324+-+2630690226324Fri Mar 21 15:11:15 EDT 2014batch702799