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    La Peau de chagrin The Wild Ass s Skin, Honor de Balzac La Peau de chagrin The Skin of Sorrow or The Wild Ass s Skin is an 1831 novel by French novelist and playwright Honor de Balzac 1799 1850 Set in early 19th century Paris, it tells the story of a young man who finds a magic piece of shagreen that fulfills his every desire For each wish granted, however, the skin shrinks and consumes a portion of his physical energy La Peau de chagrin belongs to the tudes philosophiques group of B La Peau de chagrin The Wild Ass s Skin, Honor de Balzac La Peau de chagrin The Skin of Sorrow or The Wild Ass s Skin is an 1831 novel by French novelist and playwright Honor de Balzac 1799 1850 Set in early 19th century Paris, it tells the story of a young man who finds a magic piece of shagreen that fulfills his every desire For each wish granted, however, the skin shrinks and consumes a portion of his physical energy La Peau de chagrin belo...


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    He made fun of everything, his own prospects included Always short of money, he remained, like all men with a future before them, wallowing in inexpressible idleness, condensing a whole book into one epigram for the benefit of people who were incapable of putting one witticism into a whole book Lavish of promises that he never kept, he had made his fortune and reputation into a cushion on which he slept, thus running the risk of coming to his senses, as an old man, in an almshouse With all th He made fun of everything, his own prospects included Always short of money, he remained, like all men with a future before them, wallowing in inexpressible idleness, condensing a whole book into one epigram for the benefit of people who were incapable of putting one witticism into a whole book Lavish of promises that he never kept, he had made his fortune and reputation into a cushion on which he slept, thus running the risk of coming to his senses, as an old man, in an almshouse With all that, keeping faith with his friends to the point of death, a swaggering cynic and as simple hearted as a child, he worked only by fits and starts or under the spur of necessity This marked my return to Balzac, a welcome one after many years When I spend time with my friends children I make point of telli...


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    The book is closed I remain fascinated by the descriptions that, once I was immersed in the atmosphere allowed me to imagine every detail I think the appearance of the old man who will reveal the shagreen to Raphael The diabolical dimension of shagreen is paralleled with The Damnation of Faust by the author himself and it is interesting.This era of the 19th century is seen by an author living in that period This is quite different from a contemporary author who brings the past.The pace of The book is closed I remain fascinated by the descriptions that, once I was immersed in the atmosphere allowed me to imagine every detail I thi...


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    IntroductionNote on the TextTranslator s NoteSelect BibliographyA Chronology of Honor de BalzacMap Paris in 1830 The Wild Ass s Skin Appendix Balzac s Preface to the First Edition, August 1831Explanatory Notes


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    This book by Balzac is quite good but it pretty much tops me up and out of wanting to readby him.Not that it s bad, mind you It s really quite wonderful when I think about it It starts out with a gambling addiction resulting in a desire to kill himself, but then he comes across this strange individual who offers him what appears to be a cursed item Yes, realism, no one really disputes that magic happens back then The wild ass s skin works simply You can shorten your life but get wond This book by Balzac is quite good but it pretty much tops me up and out of wanting to readby him.Not that it s bad, mind you It s really quite wonderful when I think about it It starts out with a gambling addiction resulting in a desire to kill himself, but then he comes across this strange individual who offers him what appears to be a cursed item Y...


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    The Wild Ass s Skin or The Magic Skin, as it s known in some editions neither of those titles are particularly appealing, I know is a literary novel of magical realism It s simultaneously a fantasy, a study of character, and a cautionary be careful what you wish for tale At the beginning we are introduced to a young man who seems deep in despair, gambling away his last coins and thereafter contemplating suicide Delaying the hour of his impending death, Raphael as we learn he s called The Wild Ass s Skin or The Magic Skin, as it s known in some editions neither of those titles are particularly appealing, I know is a literary novel of magical realism It s simultaneously a fantasy, a study of character, and a cautionary be careful what you wish for tale At the beginning we are introduced to a young man who seems deep in despair, gambling away his last coins and thereafter contemplating suicide Delaying the hour of his impending death, Raphael as we learn he s called wanders into an antique shop, where he happens across a strange object which appears to be cut from the hide of an animal This, the shopkeeper tells him, is a talisman, with the power to fulfil any wish made by the person who possesses it The old man tries to warn Raphael that the wishes are granted at a terrible price, and extols the virtue of acquiring knowledge and wisdom instead, but Raphael has become fixated on the skin and immediately makes his fir...


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    This isn t the edition I read My book is one translated by Atwood Townsend, with an excellent afterword by Henri Peyre French title is Le Peau de chagrin Poor young poet shades of Sorrowing Werther contemplates suicide, procures a magical piece of leather that grants wishes but the talisman shrinks when he wishes Excellent Faustianish premise Unfortunately, I found protagonist Raphael so distasteful as a character I was continually annoyed, and then the ending, which falls entirely and con This isn t the edition I read My book is one translated by Atwood Townsend, with an excellent afterword by Henri Peyre French title is Le Peau de chagrin Poor young poet shades of Sorrowing Werther contemplates suicide, procures a magical piece of leather that grants wishes but the talisman shrinks when he wishes Excellent Faustianish premise Unfortunately, I found protagonist Raphael so distasteful as a character I was continually annoyed, and then the ending, which falls entirely and contradictorily and frustratingly flat, disgruntled meWhat I liked Balzac s extraordinary detail, his characteri...


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    I read this book at university in French and it was one of my favourite books I ve since read it in English and it seems to lack something je ne sais quoi but still it is a wonderful book.Balzac is one of my favourite authors He has such a style about him and he has turned this simple story into a richly flavoured one Imagine, a young man in Paris, Rapha l de Valentin in 1830, down on his luck, even temporarily contemplating suicide His surprise ind...


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    It was a great book I recommend it


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    This is for me one of Balzac s evergreen books I never grow tired of it Think of it as a Buddhist tale by the Brothers Grimm, except that it has the usual Balzac suspects, including Horace Bianchon, Eugene de Rastignac, Taillefer, and a host of others.The story is about how a young man about to commit suicide by throwing himself into the Thames visits a curio shop first and receives a magical talisman from the shop s aged owner The talisman is a piece of wild ass s or onager s skin which This is for me one of Balzac s evergreen books I never grow tired of it Think of it as a Buddhist tale by the Brothers Grimm, except that it has the usual Balzac suspects, including Horace Bianchon, Eugene de Rastignac, Taillefer, and a host of others.The story is about how a young man about to commit suicide by throwing himself into the Thames visits a curio shop first and receives a magical talisman from the shop s aged owner...

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