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  • Title: Bel-Ami
  • Author: Guy de Maupassant Ana Ribeiro
  • ISBN: 9789898362568
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Paperback
  • Georges Duroy, conhecido como Bel Ami, rapaz pobre, de origem camponesa, que procura fortuna e a afirma o social em Paris Ele sempre consegue das mulheres o que ele deseja de algumas, o prazer ef mero de outras, pelo casamento, a proje o financeira e profissional.No retrato de Georges Duroy, Guy de Maupassant tra a um perfil sutil e mordaz da sociedade parisiense noGeorges Duroy, conhecido como Bel Ami, rapaz pobre, de origem camponesa, que procura fortuna e a afirma o social em Paris Ele sempre consegue das mulheres o que ele deseja de algumas, o prazer ef mero de outras, pelo casamento, a proje o financeira e profissional.No retrato de Georges Duroy, Guy de Maupassant tra a um perfil sutil e mordaz da sociedade parisiense no final do s culo XIX.
    Bel Ami Georges Duroy conhecido como Bel Ami rapaz pobre de origem camponesa que procura fortuna e a afirma o social em Paris Ele sempre consegue das mulheres o que ele deseja de algumas o prazer ef mero

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    1. Guy de Maupassant was responsible for a couple of items named Bel Ami One was his very successful 1885 novel and the other was his small sailing yacht.Here is what the latter looked like, from a Sale advertisement.Advertisement for the sale of Guy de Maupassant s Yacht Bel Ami litho b w photo In Maupassant s mind both the novel and the boat must have had a great deal in common, for we must remember that le bateau in French is of a masculine genre I also see a link in the great deal of pleasure t [...]

    2. For a novel published in 1885 and set in the Paris of that period, this novel has a remarkably modern feel It s about sleazy journalism, corrupt politicians, sex, money and power And through it all is the Bel Ami of the title Georges Duroy, who uses his liaisons with rich and or powerful women to achieve the wealth and social position he craves Bel Ami is the nickname given to him by the daughter of a mistress It means handsome or beautiful friend , but the nickname, like almost everything else [...]

    3. A while back, I happened to read some of De Maupassant s darkly humorous short stories from the Parisian affair collection and found them a pure delight He no doubt had a talent of capturing the bourgeousie society and predominantly focusing on relationships between men and women, exploring the nature of the human character, thumbs up here Bel Ami although a solid enough read just didn t leave me with that same feeling of his shorter work Zola, Balzac and Flaubert I find far engaging when it co [...]

    4. Guy de Maupassant s 1885 portrayal of a scoundrel of the highest order, is set in Paris and was written with great style and not a little humour It really brings this period to life, and though this isn t edge of the seat stuff, the pages turn just as quickly following the exploits of George Duroy journalist reputedly serial adulterer certainly and general rake, who ll stop at nothing to attain wealth, power, and recognition Even though this was written in 1885, it seems that nothing much change [...]

    5. 826 Bel Ami The History of a Scoundrel, Guy de MaupassantBel Ami is the second novel by French author Guy de Maupassant, published in 1885 an English translation titled Bel Ami, or, The History of a Scoundrel A Novel first appeared in 1903 The story chronicles journalist Georges Duroy s corrupt rise to power from a poor ex NCO to one of the most successful men in Paris, most of which he achieves by manipulating a series of powerful, intelligent, and wealthy women.The novel is set in Paris in the [...]

    6. Just who is Bel Ami bel ami beautiful handsome friend is Georges Duroy, ostensibly a love rat, a man intent on procuring fortune and social status by way of the women in his life rather than by usual means A man of humble parentage, he s an ex soldier with nothing to live on but his desire to do better for himself trading on his charm, his wit, good looks and sex appeal Never satisfied with what he has, Duroy furthers his status, employment and bank balance via his wife and his mistresses His e [...]

    7. On the surface, the moral of the book is simple be a complete bastard, treat all the women you meet like dirt and exploit them as much as possible, and you ll be a stunning success The author stays deadpan thoughout it s impossible to tell for sure whether he s being ironic, though one strongly suspects he is Fans of the Flashman series will probably enjoy this too.Isaiah s comment highlighted for me why the book is so fascinating Most people don t want to admit to themselves how important the c [...]

    8. 5 starsThis is a really good story and I totally loved it I mean I LOVED it.When you come across fiction that it this good you must stand up and clap I am clapping OK now, Chrissie, explain why you loved it.I loved it because I was laughing from start to finish I loved it because it has a message that is oh so true The message being that those who succeed, those who attain power, and position and money and fame very often do it by the least of admirable methods This dire message is nevertheless [...]

    9. capaz de ter uns spoilersitos.George Duroy mais tarde George Du Roy de Cantel e para sempre Bel Ami n o tinha bens, n o tinha conhecimentos, n o tinha fam lia influente N o tinha nada disto mas queria tudo.Subiu na horizontal, foi suficientemente astuto para perceber que as grandes oportunidades nasciam muitas vezes na intimidade das alcovas E n o era necessariamente entre c njugesAs mulheres rendiam se lhe conquistou por oportunismo, conquistou por vaidade, conquistou por vingan a Se foi cr pul [...]

    10. A rollicking tale from Flaubert s prot g chronicling the inexorable rise of social climber Georges Duroy Translated by Douglas Parm e, who rendered A Sentimental Education into irresistibly sumptuous English, Bel Ami is powered by electrifying dialogue and a terse descriptive prowess Flaubert seemingly overemphasised to Maupassant the prose is so compact you could park it in your driveway Duroy is a misanthropic schemer and exploiter, but something of a working class hero, if we understand the t [...]

    11. This was my first Maupassant novel and it impressed me as a brilliantly told story about how a journalist turned parvenu of low born parentage attained status, wealth and power by sleazy means in Third Republic France.In a witty and crisp style, the story flows smoothly along as the protagonist jumps from one woman s embrace to the next, gathering each time worldly benefits like career advancement, social recognition, wealth and status His only weapon of conquest is his youth and his handsome f [...]

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    13. Maupassant s accidental careerist moves with charm fromboudoirs to ballrooms in this worldly social comedy Thestory is very contemporary it reveals print journalismwith its tricky newshounds, vulgar publishers and ambitiousscenesters pretentious, posturing for whom insincerityis almost enough The observant Maupassant says that toooften nothing succeeds like mediocrity and a big portionof luck Ironic, pitiless and monstrously humane.

    14. This book would make an excellent HBO mini series A glorious amoral tale of rags to riches through fraud, sex and shameless self aggrandizement I loved the ferocity of the omniscient narrator There is something of the satire in this book, and the reader can only but squirm and smile in turn as fortune favours our totally corruptible hero.

    15. Cuando era ni o, en mis tardes de aburrici n, sol a acudir a los largos libreros que hab a en la casa paterna y entretenerme en leer y releer los t tulos de todos los libros que conten an esos estantes de color caf Entre todos estos t tulos, hab a algunos que me parec an interesantes, otros misteriosos, otros divertidos, otros suger an aventura o romance y los que m s llamaban mi atenci n me invitaban incluso a leer la peque a rese a que se hac a de ellos en la parte posterior Entre toda aquella [...]

    16. In Whit Stillman s film, Metropolitan, one character describes his rival as follows in a funny scene at a Debutante Ball after party Rick Von Slonecker is tall, rich, good looking, stupid, dishonest, conceited, a bully, liar, drunk and thief, an egomaniac, and probably psychotic In short, highly attractive to women That description from a 1990 s Indie comedy of manners could apply to Georges Duroy, aka Bel Ami, the quintessential unlikeable protagonist of Maupassant s 1885 masterpiece Granted Du [...]

    17. Al realismo del romanzo di costume di Flaubert, che con il suo Madame Bovary ha fatto scandalo, oltre che storia, preferisco a mia sorpresa l allievo l antieroe di Maupassant, Bel Ami, straordinario.L egoista, arrivista e sensuale Georges Duroy la sintesi perfetta di una societ viziata e corrotta, la sua totale mancanza di scrupoli lo rende a mio avviso uno dei personaggi pi interessanti della letteratura francese dell Ottocento Non ci sono in questo protagonista tutti i tratti salienti che port [...]

    18. Basic instinctDuroy, soprannominato Bel Ami, un uomo opportunista, cinico, ambizioso, senza scrupoli, invidioso, dalle capacit mediocri, che non guarda in faccia e non ama nessuno Non sa scrivere, abbastanza ignorante, ma fa il giornalista Non un nobile, ma fa il nobile Non ricco, ma si atteggia a ricco, spendendo e spandendo Non interessato alle persone, ma diventa un politico Non un gentiluomo, maltratta e tradisce le donne, ma piace alle donne Capisco di avere sbagliato tutto, nella vita.Esis [...]

    19. If Flaubert has his heroine Madame Bovary, then Guy de Maupassant has his hero, George Duroy, nicknamed Bel Ami can t understand, however, why in the English translation of the book Bel Ami is translated as Pretty Boy when it actually means good friend and pretty beautiful boy is beaux garcon Both characters, you will either love or hate.Had George Duroy he later changed it to George Du Roy after he succeeded in marrying into money to make his name aristocratic sounding and Madame Bovary gotten [...]

    20. In vague technical terms, this is a French realist story about a young disaffected impoverished officer who learns the mechanisms of social norms, and uses them to advance his own position within society, with substantial commentary on the decay of French morality in the 19th century.In other words, it s the story of a complete shit heel who manipulates money and people and rises through society quite easily Maupassant has a few cutting remarks see fencing scene and he has a very nice contrast b [...]

    21. 4.5 Since most of my holiday reading books were complete total dreck, seeing my Kindle used for good as well as evil was a bit of a relief I m not saying that Georges was good For me, the change in Georges from a pleasant if rather aimless young man to evil personified was a bit abrupt, but that could have been the translation or me not paying enough attention to the clues being laid Certainly not a word was wasted.The ending genuinely surprised me My first read of this author but definitely not [...]

    22. Here s to scalawags I loved this tale of triumph about an absolute bastard who quickly understands how the world works I thought at times that Bel Ami was an almost self conscious pastiche of sorts, including the better bits from previous hallmark novels of Parisian decadence Apparently, such wasn t exclusively the case The novel remains an incredible joy, a vibrant pulse of narrative curiosity and folly.

    23. I got my clammy adolescent hands on this just months before my parents mustered the courage to give me The Talk Oops But Mom, I already know about all that stuffWho told me Umm, my friend, GeeWho s he Umm, he s this, like, syphilitic rou I met at Barnes and Noble.

    24. Je ne suis pas d ue d avoir enfin d couvert le classique fascinant qu est Bel Ami Le personnage aussi fascinant que d testable qu est Georges Duroy m a embarqu e du d but la fin dans sa course folle pour le pouvoir et la c l brit J aurais pu en lire des centaines de pages suppl mentaires Maupassant est en plus hyper accessible, donc n h sitez pas une seule seconde

    25. I ve read so many French novels about cads and ladies men that I m now something of an expert I am able to recognise the subtle differences of approach these men take, and their various motivations, like a marine biologist who can adroitly identify different breeds of shark, which to a layman would all look the same Take, for example, Julien Sorel, who conducts his amorous pursuits as though they were a military campaign, who, as I said in my review of The Red and The Black, is all about winning [...]

    26. Non vedeva nessuno Non pensava che a s Duroy aveva la parola facile ma banale, possedeva un certo fascino nella voce, molta grazia nello sguardo e un irresistibile forza di seduzione nei baffi A tasche vuote e col sangue bollente , Duroy terribilmente attratto dalle donne Che guarda tutte In maniera indiscriminata La prima che cede al suo fascino era una brunona dalla carnagione imbiancata dalla crema, l occhio nero, allungato, sottolineato dalla matita, incorniciato da enormi sopracciglia posti [...]

    27. Este livro, apesar de ter sido publicado em Fran a no ano de 1885, continua a ser muito actual, pois no decurso da sua leitura n o deixava de comparar os acontecimentos de ent o com muito do que se passa actualmente.De facto, a cr tica social que perpassa por toda a hist ria relativamente s pessoas que conseguem ascender social, econ mica e politicamente, usando tudo e todos, sem se preocuparem com as consequ ncias dos seus actos, e interessando se unicamente em serem ricos, famosos, admirados, [...]

    28. Bel Ami What a great discovery I honestly enjoyed reading this It is fluid and addictive, really, and Maupassant offers a good range of characters of the time, or less interesting but with a role in the plot, which I greatly appreciate I particularly liked the pessimism however realistic of the poet Norbert de Varenne I also believe that Maupassant has a bit of him in that character they are both obsessed and consumed by the idea of death , especially.That, in any case, radically different from [...]

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