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Bola De Sebo Y Otras Narraciones

Bola De Sebo Y Otras Narraciones

Escrito por Guy de Maupassant

Narrado por Laura García


Bola De Sebo Y Otras Narraciones

Escrito por Guy de Maupassant

Narrado por Laura García

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4/5 (7 valoraciones)
Longitud:
2 horas
Editorial:
Publicado:
Jan 1, 2001
ISBN:
9781611553567
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descripción

"Bola de sebo", que muchos creen es uno de los mejores cuentos de Maupassant, fue publicado originalmente en una coleccion dirigida por Zola y es un ataque a la moral burguesa que acepta que una mujer se entregue para salvarlos a todos, pero despues por haberse entregado es mirada con desprecio. Igualmente esta "El collar" con su sorpresivo desenlace y el tierno "Padre de Simon", ademas de otra serie de cuentos que son testimonio de la grandeza del autor.
Editorial:
Publicado:
Jan 1, 2001
ISBN:
9781611553567
Formato:
Audiolibro

Sobre el autor

Henry René Albert Guy de Maupassant, (* 5. August 1850 auf Schloss Miromesnil in Tourville-sur-Arques, Normandie; † 6. Juli 1893 in Passy, Paris) war ein französischer Schriftsteller und Journalist. Maupassant gilt neben Stendhal, Balzac, Flaubert und Zola als einer der großen französischen Erzähler des 19. Jahrhunderts. Er ist auch einer der am häufigsten verfilmten Autoren. (Wikipedia)


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  • (3/5)
    Ongenadige observatie van de kleine, schamele mens, de hypocrisie; toch ook mogelijkheid tot geluk!
  • (3/5)
    Ongenadige observatie van de kleine, schamele mens, de hypocrisie; toch ook mogelijkheid tot geluk!
  • (3/5)
    A nice story, on an interesting idea, but Maupassant would go on and create much better things later. It was his first published work and I think it shows. There's nothing wrong technically, and the story has heart, but it feels a little like an academic exercise in writing a "good" short story at times.
  • (5/5)
    When I first read this terrific short story, years ago, I liked it very much but failed to see how elegantly economical it is -- a complete story, on a subject worth the time, yet without a word wasted. Highly recommended.
  • (4/5)
    Often called his best work, Boule de Suif is also Maupassant's first published short story. In my collection, as in many others, it is grouped with several works about the Franco-Prussian War and the subsequent occupation of France.In this story, Maupassant first describes the changing atmosphere of a town that first sees the retreat of their own army and then the arrival of an occupying force. The townspeople's mood moves from fear and despair, to acceptance and practical business dealings. Some even befriend the young men. Then, Maupassant shows the emotional and ethical accommodations that a small group of disparate people undergo when in a stressful situation. One informs and reflects the other. Although I did not find this story as tight and polished as some of his others, the impact of this story is particularly poignant.Rouen has been occupied by the Prussians, and several wealthy citizens have procured much desired travel permits allowing them to leave for Le Havre, which is still in French hands. As the coach jounces along, the passengers eye one another and try to determine each other's social status. There are an upstart wine merchant and his wife, a well-established mill owner and his wife, a Comte and Comtesse, a politician, two nuns, and a woman of easy virtue, known as Boule de Suif (Ball of Fat or Dumpling). At first the passengers are careful to maintain their distances from one another based on social standing, but after many hours of travel beyond what they were expecting, they are ready and willing to take advantage of Boule de Suif's offer to share her generous feast, which she had the foresight to pack. Over chicken legs and bottles of claret, the group bonds and social distinctions cease to be the overriding concern. At the inn where they stop for the night, a Prussian officer makes a pass at Boule de Suif, who rebuffs him. Stung, the officer refuses to let the party continue their journey until she sleeps with him. A staunch patriot, she continues to refuse, while the others slide from outrage on her behalf to frustration that they are being held hostage to her denial. The story that unfolds is both sad and seemingly inevitable.
  • (4/5)
    A mini-book containing one of Maupassant's most famous short stories. A collection of his stories was one of the set books for my French A-level, but it didn't include this one, doubtless because of its subject matter.Being sent as an added extra to Semioticghost. I hope you enjoy it!