René

René[KINDLE] ✾ René Author François-René de Chateaubriand – Heartforum.co.uk Levez vous vite, orages d sir s, qui devez emporter Ren dans les espaces d une autre vie Tout pour aimer et comprendre aujourd hui une ouvre d un grand crivain, en texte int gral Une pr sentation viva Levez vous vite, orages d sir s, qui devez emporter Ren dans les espaces d une autre vie Tout pour aimer et comprendre aujourd hui une ouvre d un grand crivain, en texte int gral Une pr sentation vivant, illustr e, qui favorise des parcours de lecture en libert Les connaissances indispensables pour une lecture efficace l auteur et son poque, la cr ation du texte, son genre, etc l ouvre clairement annot e en bas de page Les aides pour mieux comprendre et s exprimer des guides de lecture, bien d tach s, qui facilitent l laboration de commentaires compos s et l acquisition de m thodes un petit dictionnaire des mots utiles pour expliquer l ouvre Les compl ments pour aller plus loin analyses approfondies, jugements critiques, bibliographie, etc Regroupement de textes sur une th matique ou une probl matique pr cise li e a l ouvre.

Fran ois Ren , vicomte de Chateaubriand was a French writer, politician and diplomat He is considered the founder of Romanticism in French literatureHe has also been mistakenly given the forename Fran ois Auguste in an edition, but signed all his worked as just Chateaubriand or M le vicomte de Chateaubriand.

René MOBI Ä Mass Market Paperback
    René MOBI Ä Mass Market Paperback vivant, illustr e, qui favorise des parcours de lecture en libert Les connaissances indispensables pour une lecture efficace l auteur et son poque, la cr ation du texte, son genre, etc l ouvre clairement annot e en bas de page Les aides pour mieux comprendre et s exprimer des guides de lecture, bien d tach s, qui facilitent l laboration de commentaires compos s et l acquisition de m thodes un petit dictionnaire des mots utiles pour expliquer l ouvre Les compl ments pour aller plus loin analyses approfondies, jugements critiques, bibliographie, etc Regroupement de textes sur une th matique ou une probl matique pr cise li e a l ouvre."/>
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 167 pages
  • René
  • François-René de Chateaubriand
  • English
  • 09 March 2019
  • 2038710759

10 thoughts on “René

  1. peiman-mir5 rezakhani says:

  2. Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Ren , Fran ois Ren de ChateaubriandRen is a short novella by Fran ois Ren de Chateaubriand, which first appeared in 1802 Ren , a desperately unhappy young Frenchman, seeks refuge among the Natchez people of Louisiana It is a long time before he is persuaded to reveal the cause of his melancholy He tells of his lonely childhood in his father s castle in Brittany His mother died giving birth to him and since his father is a remote, forbidding figure, Ren takes refuge in an intense friendsh Ren , Fran ois Ren de ChateaubriandRen is a short novella by Fran ois Ren de Chateaubriand, which first appeared in 1802 Ren , a desperately unhappy young Frenchman, seeks refuge among the Natchez people of Louisiana It is a long time before he is persuaded to reveal the cause of his melancholy He tells of his lonely childhood in his father s castle in Brittany His mother died giving birth to him and since his father is a remote, forbidding figure, Ren takes refuge in an intense friendship with his sister Am lie and in long, solitary walks in the countryside around the castle When Ren s father dies and his brother inherits the family home, he decides to travel He visits the ruins of ancient Greece and Rome which inspire him with melancholy reflections He travels to Scotland to view the places mentioned by the bard Ossian and to the famous sights of Italy Nothing satisfies him The ancient world had no certainty, the modern world had no beauty He returns to France and finds society corrupt and irreligious His sister Am lie inexplicably seems to avoid him too As Ren explains I soon found myselfisolated in my own land, than I had been in a foreign country For a while I wanted to fling myself into a world which said nothing to me and which did not understand me My soul, not yet worn out by any passion, sought an object to which it might be attached but I realised I was givingthan I received It was not elevated language or deep feelings that were asked of me My only task was to shrink my soul and bring it down to society s level 1972 1316 153 19 1330 111 1342 1363 240 1396 228 9789643463557 1367 251 1369 9643053849 1388 9789643053840 1389 128 9786001760129 1397 352 9786008521365 1802 1815

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  4. BJ says:

    He wrote about melancholy That melancholy is consuming enjoyable At first I didn t really get his point but theI thought about it theI agreed with him Melancholy in the sense that it pulls a person into deep thought and soul searching, trying to understand yourself and the world around you in order to dissolve dissonance In the story though, the man really didn t really have anything to be sad about other than his own pitiful nature believing that he was despised and alone and He wrote about melancholy That melancholy is consuming enjoyable At first I didn t really get his point but theI thought about it theI agreed with him Melancholy in the sense that it pulls a person into deep thought and soul searching, trying to understand yourself and the world around you in order to dissolve dissonance In the story though, the man really didn t really have anything to be sad about other than his own pitiful nature believing that he was despised and alone and misunderstood He was only this way because he convinced himself that this was true when in fact it didn t have to be something I think was also a trait that Van Gogh possessed It may not make for the most social life, however it seems to produce thoughts and feelings and views about the world that the rest of integrated mankind finds difficult to grasp probably because they re not searching for it, being completely pleased with their own state of affairs there is no dissonance to resolve and nothing great and complex to overcome I loved how the old Indian chief at the end said that to spend time alone neglecting your duties and responsibilities to society is wrong It is an indulgence selfishness which, although some believe to be noble and great is actually simply a bingeing comparative to the necessary time spent alone to understand, overcome, and subdue your passions and selfish desires I often though it would be nice to take off for a month orand just live by myself in some cabin somewhere in the woods and think I still don t believe this to be a bad idea time spent in contemplation is really never time lost or wasted But I realize that if you are not sharing your knowledge and that ounce of revelation that God has endowed to you, what good are you At the same time, blazing a trail ahead with a surging desire to become great quickly in anything also often leads to regret As the Indian alluded to, a brook who quickly engulfs all the brooks and runoff soon becomes a raging river often too wide to understand what it has now become and where it is going Then, looking past all that it has accumulated, wishes only to once again become that small stream to enjoy the prolific social company that surrounds it I have to admit that I have longed to become a raging riverthan once I have also realized that theI understand, thecontradictions I see in life, thejudgmental and reasonable I become, thesimplicity vanishes as I begin judging all to be right or wrong, intelligent or unintelligent But I do enjoy learning from other people who have lived and judged their own lives and the lives of others have seen contradictions, other ways of seeing and understanding the world around them I think that is why I have always been fascinated by culture, eccentric people, and even the animal world They all have their own unique way of doing things

  5. Repollo says:

    Roma y Grecia, paises de colosal ingeniosa memoria, donde los palacios yacen sepultados en el polvo, donde los mausol os de los reyes se ocultan debajo de las malezas Oh poder de la naturaleza, y debilidad del hombre la desde ada yerba taladra los m rmoles de esos sepulcros, que sus muertos, tan poderosos un dia, no levantar n jam s.

  6. Ana says:

    Souvent aux rayons de cet astre qui alimente les r veries, j ai cru voir le G nie des souvenirs, assis tout pensif mes c t s.

  7. Shaney says:

    That reveal at the end though

  8. Spathi Phyllum says:

    ,5 Ren , d sesp r , accabl par un grand malheur inexplicable.Le h ros est tr s m lancolique, incapable de s adapter avec son milieu.

  9. Perla says:

    Vidjela aba da se konj potkiva pa i ona digla nogu, iliti vidio atobrijan da Bajron jebe sestru pa ho e i on svoju A budu i da je to pomalo ilegalno, svoje fantazije je pro ivio kroz ovo emo tivo Pomalo podsje a na na in kako je E L D ejms po ela pisati Pedeset nijansi sive link ovdje , samo dosadno i sa moralizatorskim krajem Vi e diraju jadi male bogata ice iz jedne epizode My Super Sweet 16 na MTV u, kada ona pla e i histeri e jer su joj roditelji za ro endan kupili plavi umjesto cr Vidjela aba da se konj potkiva pa i ona digla nogu, iliti vidio atobrijan da Bajron jebe sestru pa ho e i on svoju A budu i da je to pomalo ilegalno, svoje fantazije je pro ivio kroz ovo emo tivo Pomalo podsje a na na in kako je E L D ejms po ela pisati Pedeset nijansi sive link ovdje , samo dosadno i sa moralizatorskim krajem Vi e diraju jadi male bogata ice iz jedne epizode My Super Sweet 16 na MTV u, kada ona pla e i histeri e jer su joj roditelji za ro endan kupili plavi umjesto crveni Jaguar Nije ni udo to je biftek poznatiji od pisca po kom je dobio ime

  10. Siina says:

    Chateaubriand s Ren was interesting, since it was so refreshing and beautifully written The book was originally published in 1805 and it surely doesn t feel like that I liked how there wasn t all that much anything tying it to its time and Ren feels very modern in many ways It s about Ren , who contemplates on his life and complains about it and how he misses his sister, who s become a nun There s some incestuous feeling to his pondering, but then again times were different, so it s hard t Chateaubriand s Ren was interesting, since it was so refreshing and beautifully written The book was originally published in 1805 and it surely doesn t feel like that I liked how there wasn t all that much anything tying it to its time and Ren feels very modern in many ways It s about Ren , who contemplates on his life and complains about it and how he misses his sister, who s become a nun There s some incestuous feeling to his pondering, but then again times were different, so it s hard to say if it s just admiring and this is not the first old book to deal with that The admiring isn t sexual, so we may readinto it There s no plot as such and mostly it s just Ren ranting until someone tells him that he should stop that, since it s pretentious and he stops oddly enough In a way I loved how he s just an annoying man and somebody tells him to shut up So perfect The book is only slightly over 80 pages and the language flow is great Literally it s magnificent and beautiful, although the content isn t all that miraculous Then again, perhaps that wasn t the point, but the inner turmoil of the guy and how he presented it An interesting read surely

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