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Balzac, Honoré de

Saltos de línea: Ho¦noré de Bal¦zac
Pronunciación: /ˈbalzak
 
/

Definición de Balzac, Honoré de en inglés:

( 1799–1850), French novelist. He is chiefly remembered for his series of ninety-one interconnected novels and stories known collectively as La Comédie humaine, which includes Eugénie Grandet (1833) and Le Père Goriot (1835).

Derivados

Balzacian

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Pronunciación: /balˈzakɪən/
adjetivo
Example sentences
  • Throughout, the characteristically intrusive Balzacian narrator pushes in, not to supplement, explain, or sponsor the main character, but to undermine her and to alert of every one of her tricks.
  • From The Pilgrimage he wrote a series of Balzacian studies of depressing life in the Irish midlands.
  • Chinese poetry as a whole was a Balzacian human comedy from a distant place and time that ultimately didn't seem so remote at all.

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