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  1. This one is often described as the novel to end all novels and I understand why when you are reading it you say to yourself very frequently if this is what novels are like I am never going to read another one in my entire life From about page 50 until when I stopped, I was having these strong bibliocidal fantasies I thought maybe I will leave this accidentally on the bus to work But I forgot to forget it, like that country song Then I thought maybe a column of army ants will chomp This one is often described as the novel to end all novels and I understand why when you are reading it you say to yourself very frequently if this is what novels are like I am never going to read another one in my entire life From about page 50 until when I stopped, I was having these strong bibliocidal fantasies I thought maybe I will leave this accidentally on the bus to work But I forgot to forget it, like that country song Then I thought maybe a column of army ants will chomp it up so that not a shred remains But army ants are never seen in Nottingham, only the friendly variety who bid you good day as they pass by I tried to donate my copy to Oxfam but ...

  2. 858 L ducation sentimentale Sentimental Education, Gustave FlaubertSentimental Education French L ducation sentimentale, 1869 is a novel by Gustave Flaubert Considered one of the most influential novels of the 19th century, it was praised by contemporaries such as George Sand and mile Zola, but criticised by Henry James The story focuses on the romantic life of a young man at the time of the French Revolution of 1848 2009 858 L ducation sentimentale Sentimental Education, Gustave FlaubertSentimental Education French L ducation sentimentale, 1869 is a novel by Gustave Flaubert Considered one of the most influential novels of the 19th century, it was praised by contemporaries such as George Sand and mile Zola, but criticised by Henry Jame...

  3. As was the case with Madame Bovary, which I read recently, this book demanded to be commented on as I read, so I posted lots of quips and quotes in the updates.While searching for illustrations for those updates, I began to notice strong parallels between Flaubert s mid nineteenth century story and Honor Daumier s cartoons for French illustrated newspapers of the same period Finding so many amusing pairings between scenes in the book and Daumier s illustrations made reading this book a double As was the case with Madame Bovary, which I read recently, this book demanded to be commented on as I read, so I posted lots of quips and quotes in the updates.While searching for illustrations for those updates, I began to notice strong parallels between Flaubert s mid nineteenth century story and Honor Daumier s cartoons for French illustrated newspapers of the same period Finding so many amusing pairings between scenes in the book and Daumier s illustrations made reading this book a double pleasure.And since it s a busy time of the year, I m going to incorporate some of those updates into the review apologies to those of you who ve seen them already.L ducation sentimentale is set in the 1840s, and the political upheavals of those years are referenced constantly though they don t impinge as much as they might on the main character, Fr d ric Moreau Fr d ric is a law student who d like to be a writer, but he doesn t find it easy to study or write, so he leads the typical student life...

  4. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here L Education Sentimentale is well known to be one of Woody Allen s favourite books, and it explores one of Allen s favourite themes Whether life is a tragedy or a comedy depends on hair fine nuances Melinda and Melinda is probably the clearest example the perspective constantly, and rather confusingly, shifts back and forward between comedy and tragedy A bit later, he redid the idea in aconvincing way, as the linked pair Match Point the tragedy and Scoop the comedy In the same spir L Education Sentimentale is well known to be one of Woody Allen s favourite books, and it explores one of Allen s favourite themes Whether life is a tragedy or a comedy depends on hair fine nuances Melinda and Melinda is probably the clearest example the perspective constantly, and rather confusingly, shifts back and forward between comedy and tragedy A bit later, he redid the idea in aconvincing way, as the linked pair Match Point the tragedy and Scoop the...

  5. A sentimental education means your first love, and if Fr d ric s not careful he isn t going to learn shit from it He s an aimless, pointless little man, slowly failing to do anything whatsoever with his life He s in love with his friend s wife, and you sortof wish they d bang just so we d all have something to watch The story or the plot of a novel is quite indifferent to me, though, Flaubert said He wanted real life He s the champion of realism, the late 1800s movement away from moral l A sentimental education means your first love, and if Fr d ric s not careful he isn t going to learn shit from it He s an aimless, pointless little man, slowly failing to do anything whatsoever with his life He s in love with his friend s wife, and you sortof wish they d bang just so we d all have something to watch The story or the plot of a novel is quite indifferent to me, though, Flaubert said He wanted real life He s the champion of realism, the late 1800s movement away from moral lessons and towards the real world It s brilliant in Madame Bovary, his first novel By the time he finished Sentimental Education 12 years later in 1862 he seems to have remembered something crucial about the real world its plot is a fucking mess.Fr d ric hems and haws about Madame Arnoux, while having affairs with a trio of other women a courtesan, the girl next door, a different friend s wife They have varying levels of intensity and co...

  6. An exhausting thrill ride through the zany world of womanising socialite Fr d ric, or for the first 300 pages, at least wannabe womanising socialite Fr d ric Because Fr d ric can t make it happen with his mate Arnoux s missus, nor his mate Arnoux s mistress, this frustration is the bane of his existence as he falls in and out of money, society and love Against the backdrop of the 1848 Paris uprising this novel heaves with ornate descriptive grandeur, political commentary and violence, a frenet An exhausting thrill ride through the zany world of womanising socialite Fr d ric, or for the first 300 pages, at least wannabe womanising socialite Fr d ric Because Fr d ric can t make it happen with his mate Arnoux s missus, nor his mate Arnoux s mistress, this frustration is the bane of his existence as he falls in and out of money, society and love Against the backdrop of the 1848 Paris uprising this novel heaves with ornate descriptive gr...

  7. Education is not a pleasant thing for the one who is subject to it What does education mean Education means, simply speaking, taming, breaking, creating certain reflexes, correcting However, to correct it is to break something and that is always painful at first Of course after that it is fine, but at first it is not pleasant at all If we go to school to be educated, it is because we have nowhere to go Because our reflexes are crude, raw, virgin, because we caneasily change the nature Education is not a pleasant thing for the one who is subject to it What does education mean Education means, simply speaking, taming, breaking, creating certain reflexes, correcting However, to correct it is to break something and that is always painful at first Of course after that it is fine, but at first it is not pleasant at all If we go to school to be educated, it is because we have nowhere to go Because our reflexes are crude, raw, virgin, because we caneasily change the nature of our passions.But what about the grown up man A certain illusion is born in the mature man I am as good as I am, I need nothingI m coping with the way I am This illusion is not at all unnatural and not at all condemnable It is difficult to reconcile with the idea that you are u...

  8. The real interest of this classic is in its writing, sought after, stylized, beautiful It is true that in the face of such prose the story of a long list of mediocre characters, misguided petty bourgeois or decadent aristocrats is of little importance Moreover, she remains largely in the embryonic state, not avoiding the lengths caused by the endless procrastination of the hero, madly in love with a married and faithful woman This novel is considered to be an autobiography of Flaubert, it is The real interest of this classic is in its writing, sought after, stylized, beautiful It is true that in the face of such prose the story of a long list of mediocre characters, misguided petty bourgeois or decadent aristocrats is of little importance Moreover, she remains largely in the embryonic state, not avoiding the lengths caused by the endless procrastination of the hero, madly in love with a married and faithful woman This novel is considered to be an autobiography of F...

  9. Finished What an achievement Writing it, not reading it I marvel that he has written a book with no character for which one could have a shred of sympathy and yet somehow we sit there caring what happens I mean, really caring, reading through breakfast caring.I kept thinking of The Great Gatsby when Nick says to Jay They re a rotten crowdYou re worth the whole damn bunch put together and isn t that what makes the book work, that there is somebody worthy of our caring But here there is Finished What an achievement Writing it, not reading it I marvel that he has written a book with no character for which one could have a shred of sympathy and yet somehow we sit there caring what happens I mean, really caring, reading through breakfast caring.I kept thinking of The Great Gatsby when Nick says to Jay They re a rotten crowdYou re worth the whole damn bunch put together and isn t that what makes ...