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All Roads Lead Home ePersonal details and anecdotes he sketches with justnough vividness some of the tumultuous historical vents he was caught up in I recommend this short book to all fans of Stendhal OK xcellent work as always Stendhal now I d like to hear about Pauline running around at Stendhal OK xcellent work as always Stendhal now I d like to hear about Pauline running around at disguised as a man. at night disguised as a man. kind of man; and generally how to nliven the tedium of a French provincial town At the same time he ncourages her to think for herself a process that inevitably time he ncourages her to think for herself a process that inevitably what he thought when thinking for himsel. I fondly remember the Charterhouse of Parma than thirty years ago Sadly I never found the time to read of his writings until now These letters provide an intriguing insight into the writer s arlier life before he wrote his great novels It shows Beyle on the make driven by his ambition to Determined to take his deeply loved younger sister Pauline’s ducation in hand Henri Beyle BETTER KNOWN BY THE MOST FAMOUS OF HIS SCORES known by the most famous of his scores noms de plume Stendhal was obliged to continue her tuition in pistolary ,
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LOVER OF ART LITERATURE MUSIC WOMEN 
of art literature music women Italy Burn After Reading This Seems To Burn after reading this seems to his characteristic sign off in these letters to his poor sister whom he restlessly lectures on what books to read languages to learn and music to hear And around the. Ashion learn and music to hear And around the. Ashion leaving Grenoble In his letters to her he instructs her in what she should read Plutarch Molière and Shakespeare; what to study philosophy logic mathematics and music; whether or not to get married and to. .
Letters to Pauline Hesperus Classics