Sainte-Beuve


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Sainte-Beuve

Charles Augustin . 1804--69, French critic, best known for his collections of essays Port Royal (1840--59) and Les Causeries du Lundi (1851--62)
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(4) References to Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve abound in Morley's correspondence: e.g., from Frederic Harrison flattering him by suggesting a comparison with Sainte-Beuve in 1870, in response to his first French studies (qtd.
Les deux scenes partagent la meme structure: le protagoniste a ete frise et chapeaute de neuf pour cause de photographie; il est separe de l'objet de sa tendresse (chevreau ou aubepines) par un parent insensible et persecuteur; de rage il detruit son accoutrement; une comparaison avec le personnage de Phedre dans la piece eponyme de Racine (dont les vers, cites dans Contre Sainte-Beuve, sont paraphrases dans Swann) renforce de maniere comique sa feminisation.
Dans l'essai Sainte-Beuve et Baudelaire, il fait egalement appel a la peinture de Moreau cette fois-ci afin de demontrer que nous pouvons reconnaitre les differentes cuvres d'un meme artiste grace au caractere propre a chaque homme.
Il est tout au plus << un roman de l'individualite, de la quete du moi >> (Sainte-Beuve 16), ce qui en fait une oeuvre profondement impure, se situant entre le recit, le journal intime et les memoires.
(11) Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve, Tableau historique et critique de la poesie francaise et du theatre francais au XVIe siecle.
Accordingly, swimming against the intellectual tide, she replaces Sainte-Beuve's criticism in its cultural context, commending, in particular, his insistence on considering the biography of a given author in the evaluation of his works.
L'auteur remonte aux origines de la notion de classique pour la definir, cherchant sa signification chez les anciens et dressant ensuite l'etat de la question chez des auteurs comme Elliot, Sainte-Beuve, Calvino.
Nonetheless, I will argue, readings of this connection have so far proven insufficient, neglecting the importance of the broader manuscrit trouve tradition--and almost entirely overlooking the important mediating role played by Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve's Vie, poesies et pensees de Joseph Delorme (1829).
Dewald portrays the literary critic Charles-Augustin Sainte-Beuve (1804-69) as the influential, informal leader of younger writers--including Hippolyte Taine and Ernest Renan--who wrote for a large public audience and drew on literary or unofficial sources to describe popular culture, religion, and social life among the popular classes.
It was Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve who said that "there are people whose watch stops at a certain hour and who remain permanently at that age" And, if the French literary critic was correct, then Maria Sharapova is a case in point.
The lead would have been given by Matthew Arnold, the first, but not the last, English admirer of Sainte-Beuve and Sarah Bernhardt.