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|on one's reading of the novel and help one to notice less obvious traits of earlier |
chapters one might otherwise have missed? What do they ... a mirror being
carried along a highway — Saint-Real" (p. 60). The later textual reference reads:
"Look here, sir, a novel is a mirror moving along a highway. One minute you see
it reflect the azure skies, next minute the mud and puddles of the road. And the
|through. a. Glass. darkly. Cruddy's. GIrL. In. the. fun-house. mIrror. A novel is a |
mirror carried along a main road. —HeNri B. STeNdHAl, TheRedandthe Black
What is the use of a book, without pictures or conversations? —Alice, in lewis ...
Erin Gruwell - 2007 - 788 pages
|Phillip Babcock Gove Book lovers never go to bed alone. — Anonymous The first |
book of the nation is the dictionary of its language. — Constantin Francois De
Chassebceuf, Comte De Volney A novel is a mirror carried along a main road.
|Steinbeck, John The age of the book is almost gone. - Steiner, George A novel is |
a mirror carried along a main road. - Stendhal, Henri B. Digressions,
incontestably, are the sunshine; they are the life, the soul of reading! Take them
out of this ...
|A novel is a mirror carried along a main road (Stendhal). Fiction reveals truth that |
reality obscures (Iessamyn West). Let us remember that wisdom is the true salt of
literature, and the books that are mo st nourishing are richly stored with it, and ...
|Stendhal returns to the image later in the book, apropos of almost nothing, in a |
long and ambiguous parenthesis: "A novel, gentlemen, is a mirror carried along a
highway. Sometimes it reflects to your view the azure of the sky, sometimes the
mire of the puddles in the road. And the man who carries the mirror on his back
will be accused by you of immorality! His mirror shows you the mire, and you
Stirling Haig - 1989 - 102 pages
|(II, 19) Ah, sir, a novel is a mirror walking along the highway. Sometimes it reflects |
to your eyes the azure of the heavens, sometimes the mire of the road's
mudholes. And the man carrying the mirror in his hod will be accused by you of
|When a court of last resort holds a statute unconstitutional, the efi'ect is to wipe |
the law oi! the statute-book, and the ... It is common sense and the fear of the
consequences that make people refrain from trying to carry into effect laws once
.... therefore partly aboard the fleet, partly hora de combat, while the army was
marching southward toward the main road to Athens. ... In these tastes Herodotus
was like his audience: he holds the mirror up to his own time; he reflects the
popular spirit, ...
|Being restless meant that he would create a main character who is dissatisfied |
with his mediocre existence andwith thesociety in which helives.Hemust ...
Cervantes's novel will become a mirror carried along those roads.This mirror will
Stendhal, Roger Gard - 2002 - 576 pages
|Handsome and ambitious, Julien Sorel is determined to rise above his humble peasant origins and make something of his life. to do this, he realizes he must adopt the code of hypocrisy by which society operates, achieving advancement through ...|