Honore de Balzac

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Noun1.Honore de Balzac - French novelistHonore de Balzac - French novelist; he portrays the complexity of 19th century French society (1799-1850)
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There were clerks and shopgirls; old fellows who might have stepped out of the pages of Honore de Balzac; members, male and female, of the professions which make their profit of the frailties of mankind.
| 1799: Honore de Balzac, French novelist, who produced 85 novels in 20 years, was born at Tours.
1799: Honore de Balzac, a French novelist who produced 85 novels in 20 years, was born at Tours.
A Charles Hermite B Louis Pasteur C Honore de Balzac D Pierre Antoine de Monet 4.
His dissenting note in the split 2:3 verdict - Khosa was among the two who held Nawaz should be disqualified - on April 20, 2017 began with a reference to the popular 1969 novel 'The Godfather' by Mario Puzo in which he pointed out an epigraph by Honore de Balzac selected by the author: "Behind every great fortune there is a crime", saying that "It is ironical and a sheer coincidence that the present case revolves around that very sentence attributed to Balzac.
A Honore de Balzac B Albert Camus C Victor Hugo D Yves Navarre 13.
She is an unstoppable force of nature - bizarrely bringing the house down with an aside about French novelist Honore de Balzac - and Mila Kunis manages somehow to maintain a straight face.
Augustin Sainte-Beuve nao esperou pela generalizacao do fenomeno do romance-folhetim para publicar, em setembro de 1839, seu explosivo artigo intitulado De la litterature industrielle, e em 1845 Alexandre Dumas e Honore de Balzac ja eram sistematicamente atacados pelos caricaturistas.
It is believed that this epigraph was inspired by a sentence that was written by Honore de Balzac [French novelist and playwright]...