They lowered their voices and walked away in order to talk more at their ease on some retired couch. Never was a more promising mine laid open to seekers after mysteries. No one knew from what country the Lanty family came, nor to what source--commerce, extortion, piracy, or inheritance--they owed a fortune estimated at several millions. All the members of the family spoke Italian, French, Spanish, English, and German.
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Sarrasine Short story by Balzac , first published in November 1830, dealing with indeterminate sexuality in 18th-c.
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A man, attempting to seduce a woman at a ball, tells her the story of Sarrasine, a man who becomes obsessed by a singer, Zambinella, whose beauty and voice ...
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Matthew Suttor's multimedia theater piece, Sarrasine, is comprised of eight sections, and is based on Balzac's Sarrasine. Balzac's work takes place in the ...
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My argument investigates the links between Lélia and Balzac's Sarrasine (1831), which Barthes reads in S/Z as a paradigmatic realist text. ...
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Published by Honoré de Balzac in the tempestuous year of 1830, the tale follows the undulating pathways of Sarrasine the sculptor’s shocking journey to his ...