Edmond de Goncourt

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Noun1.Edmond de Goncourt - French writer who collaborated with his brother Jules de Goncourt on many books and who in his will established the Prix Goncourt (1822-1896)Edmond de Goncourt - French writer who collaborated with his brother Jules de Goncourt on many books and who in his will established the Prix Goncourt (1822-1896)
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Aunque nacido en Paris, para sus amigos (como el muy antisemita Edmond de Goncourt que lo convirtio en uno de los payasos estelares en sus Diarios) Drumont era un pequenoburgues provinciano que habia sufrido el infortunio del desclasado: no pudo "casarse bien" cuando le llego la fama pues cargaba con el estigma de que su padre murio en el manicomio de Charenton.
No mais, a casa de seus pais se assemelhava a um circulo literario-intelectual, sendo frequentada por personalidades como Theodore de Banville, Gustave Flaubert, Edmond de Goncourt, Champfleury, Arsene Houssaye, Gustave Dore, Catulle Mendes e Charles Baudelaire, entre outros.
Finalmente encontramos una serie de articulos que estudian el resultado o el papel de la traduccion como es, por ejemplo, el interesante articulo de Flavia Aragon Ronsano sobre las traducciones de la novela de Edmond de Goncourt La fille Elisa que, segun la autora, siempre han respondido a criterios comerciales.
Glinoer and Laisney detail a variety of examples, such as those hosted by Victor Hugo, Stendhal, Gustave Flaubert, Charles Baudelaire, Emile Zola, Edmond de Goncourt, Paul Verlaine, and Stephane Mallarme.
Degas and his friend Edmond de Goncourt, the supreme connoisseur of the age, had little time for him.
In the epilogue, the narrator--presumably Edmond de Goncourt himself--is being shown around the penitentiary by the self-satisfied local prefect.
Sickly, neurotic, and so myopic that he is afraid of losing his sight; but for this very reason an eminently receptive creature and sensitive to the character of things," wrote French writer and art critic Edmond de Goncourt about Edgar Degas.
Edmond de Goncourt avait choisi un intitule (qui ne peut pas ne pas avoir influence Leautaud), Journal--Memoires de la vie litteraire.
In the 21 September, 1890, entry of his diary, novelist and gossip Edmond de Goncourt, himself evidently a closeted gay man, wrote: "Is it true?
Thus, William Bouguereau's sumptuous oil Petite Fille Assis au Bord de l'Eau (1886) mixes casually with arctic exploration photographs; Nadar's portrait of Edmond de Goncourt looks away from Jennifer and Kevin McCoy's mixed-media sculpture Soft Rains # 4 (The Loft), in which Grandmaster Flash's flank classic 'White Rain' plays in endless loop.
My object here will be to read tenets of the picturesque and poetics of ruins that are traceable in Commune accounts by Edmond de Goncourt and Theophile Gautier, against Baudelaire's reconfiguration of landscape in his verse poem "Paysage.
Still, time reduces the cost of complete candor, and one hopes that another Sandler memoir will eventually surface that will to some degree be for his generation what the journals of Jules and Edmond de Goncourt were for theirs.