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Honore de Balzac

Honoré de Balzac (born Honoré Balzac; 20 May 1799 – 18 August 1850) was a French novelist and playwright. His collection of short stories and novels, La Comédie Humaine (1832), focused on the years after the fall of Napoleon, in which he provided keen observations and uncensored details of French society.

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Melmoth Reconciled by Honore de Balzac
Melmoth Reconciled

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A Passion in the Desert
About The Monk Amador
At the Sign of the Cat and Racket
Concerning A Poor Man Who Was Called Le Vieux Par-chemins
Concerning A Provost Who Did Not Recognise Things
Despair In Love
How the Chateau d′Azay Came to be Built
How The Pretty Maid Of Portillon Convinced Her Judge
In Which It Is Demonstrated That Fortune Is Always Feminine
Melmoth Reconciled
Odd Sayings Of Three Pilgrims
Perseverance In Love
The Afflictions of an English Cat
The Atheist′s Mass
The Brothers-in-Arms
The Conscript
The Continence Of King Francis The First
The Danger Of Being Too Innocent
The Dear Night of Love
The Devil′s Heir
The Elixir of Life
The Fair Imperia
The False Courtesan
The High Constable′s Wife
The King′s Sweetheart
The Maid Of Thilouse
The Merry Jests Of King Louis The Eleventh
The Merry Tattle Of The Nuns Of Poissy
The Message
The Recruit
The Red Inn
The Reproach
The Sermon Of The Merry Vicar Of Meudon
The Three Clerks Of Saint Nicholas
The Venial Sin
The Vicar Of Azay-le-rideau

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