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La Dame aux Camélias One Of The Greatest Love Stories Of All Time, This Novel Has Fascinated Generations Of Readers Dumas S Subtle And Moving Portrait Of A Woman In Love Is Based On His Own Love Affair With One Of The Most Desirable Courtesans In Paris This Is A Completely New Translation Commissioned For The World S Classics


10 thoughts on “La Dame aux Camélias

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    Quite good and similar to Zola s Nana in many ways, although, good storytellers as they were, neither Dumas Papa or Dumas Fils were in Zola s league What happens to the pretty girl who trades off her looks for money when she is past her sell by date Then she has to hope the man who always loved her will stump up the cash she needs so badly despite her constant rejection when she was at the top of the game and judged him too poor to supply her with the luxuries she felt entitled to And hope he Quite good and similar to Zola s Nana in many ways, although, good storytellers as they were, neither Dumas Papa or Dumas Fils were in Zola s league What happens to the pretty girl who trades off her looks for money when she is past her sell by date Then she has to hope the man who always loved her will stump up the cash she needs so badly despite her constant rejection when she was at the top of the game and judged him too poor to supply her with the luxuries she felt entitled to And hope he doesn t mind that she says she loves him only now she s desperate Nor mind the sickness that has ravaged her body and destroyed her beauty, putting her out of work and losing her the gilded place in society and the envy, if not respect, of the women she never failed to lord it over Does being feckless go with the job of being a whore Did none of them ever think of putting something by Or is this just a literary device by the male authors who were looking to entertain rather than enlighten


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    La Dame aux cam lias The Lady of the Camellias, Alexandre Dumas fils 1318 116 19 240 1392 237 9789642575824 1360 259 1382 305 1388 La Dame aux cam lias The Lady of the Camellias, Alexandre Dumas fils 1318 116 19 240 1392 237 9789642575824 1360 259 1382 305 1388 1392 9789646564725 1383 284 1388 1392 9789646564725 1386 9789646552586 1389 1389 255 1392 9786009045594


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    Once I had a little dog who used to look at me with sad eyes when I coughed he was the only living creature I have ever loved.


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    I never thought I would love a book with a theme like that so much.But I did.Such a beautiful,heart breaking love story.Truly sad and realistic.I found the writing style truly mesmerizing, not at all austere on the contrary very easy to read.The way the story is built,in rewind, made me incredibly curious to find outabout this story.The scene in the cemetery where Armando sees the corpse of Margarita is one of the most powerful ones in literature.Pretty amazing and horrifying.The character I never thought I would love a book with a theme like that so much.But I did.Such a beautiful,heart breaking love story.Truly sad and realistic.I found the writing style truly mesmerizing, not at all austere on the contrary very easy to read.The way the story is built,in rewind, made me incredibly curious to find outabout this story.The scene in the cemetery where Armando sees the corpse of Margarita is one of the most powerful ones in literature.Pretty amazing and horrifying.The characters Wow The way the author analyzes their misdemeanors,thoughts and feelings makes you think that they are real people and although this story concerns predicaments hard to find nowadays the philosophical deductions can be applied today.Some of the best quotes ever


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    When she had gone, I was frightened at the solitude in which she left me.


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    I wish people could still express themselves the way they do in the classics After I got a few chapters in, I really couldn t put this book down, which is unusual for me, for the genre The story is such a train wreck of emotion and life that that must be why it pulls the heartstrings of so many people It is all so raw I liked the author s choice to make it a story told by Armond after the fact, so he was remembering it exactly, but could see it all in a big picture view, the beginning, and w I wish people could still express themselves the way they do in the classics After I got a few chapters in, I really couldn t put this book down, which is unusual for me, for the genre The story is such a train wreck of emotion and life that that must be why it pulls the heartstrings of so many people It is all so raw I liked the author s choice to make it a story told by Armond after the fact, so he was remembering it exactly, but could see it all in a big picture view, the beginning, and what and how things were leading to the end He wasn t stuck in the middle of the emotion somewhere I loved that it wasn t simple and sweet, but love and jealousy and anger and fear and anguish are all balled up and spurted out I read something that talked about how people were worried, at the time, that this would promote the kept woman way of life, or of men seeking after them The narrator and hence, the author are very careful to explain that they don t believe this to be typical behavior but that was a very exceptional woman I found that amusing and wish that if there must be bad , that the bad of our day was as pretty and clean as the bad of theirs


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    B.R.A.CE 2018 100 ,, , , if you know what Dumas means B.R.A.CE 2018 100 ,, , , if you know what Dumas means , , , ,, ,


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