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A Prince Of Bohemia

Auhtor: Honor De Balzac

Language: english

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fiction and literature
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Review by Chandler, June 2010


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Prince Of Bohemia':

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... motto IN HOC SIGNO VINCIMUS-the Rusticoli, I repeat, retained their title, and received a couple of offices under the crown with the government of ...
... was born, I suppose.'. 'What, sir.'. 'Yes, are you born. What is your name.'. 'Godin.'. 'Godin, eh.' exclaimed La Palferine's friend. ...
... to rise to the occasion. All that he does is witty and never in bad taste always and in everything he displays the genius of Rivarol, the polished ...
... without wages. La Palferine called him Father Anchises, and used to say, 'I have never seen such a mixture of besotted foolishness with great intelligence ...
... He offered to drive the official to the next house on his list and when the almoner came down again, he found the carriage waiting for him at ...
... exterior were amazingly at variance. At the sound of the name, and the sight of its owner, something like a quiver thrilled through Claudine. La ...
... out of the language (let us hope), and yet it is the only one which conveys an idea of the spirit of Bohemia. So we often used to joke about Claudine ...
... you for several hours. Ah. when it comes I will try to think that the hours are months, that it will be so always. I am living in hope of that morning ...
... of meeting a bill of exchange. An unlucky idea occurred to her she put a tolerably large sum in gold into an exquisitely embroidered purse and went ...
... said, 'If you wish to be the mistress of one La Palferine, poor, penniless, and without prospects as he is, you ought at least to represent him ...
... His real name is unknown to the public, on the play-bills he is de Cursy. Under the Restoration he had a place in the Civil Service and being really ...
... and under the aunt's eyes. 'I shall have real aunts now, do you understand.' she said to us when she came back in the winter. She was so ...
... in the setting. Tullia allowed du Bruel to enthrone himself amid the tribe there were plenty of journalists whom it was easy enough to catch and ensnare ...
... grows on. You are short and insignificant, you see, du Bruel you love to torment a woman it is your only way of showing your strength. A Napoleon ...
... and accusations and reasoning and talks and talks till she drives you crazy. Right means any whim that they happen to take into their heads, and wrong ...
... on her lips. She leant on my arm as we went downstairs, and looked at me with almost something like happiness in her eyes because I knew La Palferine. ...
... my misfortune I have lived with dukes, ambassadors, and great lords, and I know their ways. How intolerable it makes bourgeois life. After all, a playwright ...
... about the Southern Cross, I should like it see it.'. 'I will get it for you.'. La Palferine burst into a peal of Homeric laughter. 'Most distinctly,' ...
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