Samples "French Literature"

French Literature

The Construction of Satire in Voltaire’s “Candide”

One of the most important novellas in the literature of the Enlightenment, “Candide” tells the story of a young and naïve protagonist, who is forced to start an incredible adventure that will challenge him to question his own believes. Written by Voltaire, this story is meant not only to make...

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1172 words | 5 page(s)
Book Report: Rousseau’s The Confessions

The Confessions, by Jean Jacques Rousseau is an autobiographical work published in 1782. The book covers the first fifty of Rousseau's life, and details key aspects of his philosophy, including his view on politics, the ideal role of social institutions in collective life, as well as his own conception of...

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594 words | 3 page(s)
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Candide by Voltaire

In Voltaire’s famous novella, Candide, the protagonist, represents the naivety and innocence of youth. His mentor taught him to believe in the ultimate goodness of the world. However, this does not reflect the truth of much life experience. Martin is a character who recognizes the difficulties and evils of the...

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343 words | 3 page(s)
“The Charterhouse of Parma” by Stendhal

Introduction The Charterhouse of Parma by Stendhal offers us an in-depth insight to the genuine sense of human nature. This psychological romantic thriller provokes inner suspense within a reader making everyone reassess our true values. Like many of us, Fabrizzeo wants to be honorable but actually he’s not. Through his...

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1181 words | 5 page(s)
Ivan Ilyich vs Emma Bovary

Emma from Madame Bovary and Ivan Ilyich from The Death of Ivan Ilyich are intrinsically linked by their personality and attitude. They share similar ideas of fashion and society, and their obsession with appearances consumes their lives. They also share a contempt for their spouses, seeking a stronger idea of...

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928 words | 4 page(s)