Eugene Sue

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Noun1.Eugene Sue - French writer whose novels described the sordid side of city life (1804-1857)
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French and German works predominated, the old French dramatists, sundry modern authors, Thiers, Villemain, Paul de Kock, George Sand, Eugene Sue; in German--Goethe, Schiller, Zschokke, Jean Paul Richter; in English there were works on Political Economy.
Uma vez que a distincao entre esses dois campos era cada vez menos evidente--como se percebeu em 1842-1843, quando os leitores de Les Mysteres de Paris transformaram Eugene Sue em reformista e rapidamente em socialista, representando os interesses do povo parisiense (GALVAN, 1998; LYON-CAEN, 2006)--, as fronteiras entre os dois universos tendiam a esmaecer, e a literatura invadia a vida, alterando completamente as praticas culturais e prenunciando a cultura de massa que vai prosperar depois de 1860 ou 1880 (KALIFA, 2001; MOLLIER, 2002, p.
Debs was named for Eugene Sue, the author of the social-conscience popular classic The Mysteries of Paris (as well as, a bit oddly, The Wondering Jew).
Like Eugene Sue, Hugo, and Balzac, Canler may be considered an early sociologist who paints his own "comedie humaine" between 1820 and 1858.
Knight suggests that while Donald Cameron's little-known The Mysteries of Melbourne Life (1873) draws on the examples of Eugene Sue, Reynolds et al in the 1840s, it is also 'a striking forward link' (p.
Historia de Gil Blas, Lesage (1715) A Salamandra, Eugene Sue (1832) A Gorgone, Landelle (1844) Mil e uma noites, Galland (1704-1717) Dom Quixote, Cervantes (1605-1615)
For said forgery, he finds inspiration in Eugene Sue's The Wandering Jew, The Mysteries of the People, and in Alexandre Dumas' Joseph Balsamo.
Building on Margaret Cohen's insights regarding the rejection of sentimentalism by the male founders of historical realism, Part III offers imaginative new readings of key nineteenth-century texts by Prosper Merimee, Baron Roger, Eugene Sue, and Edouard Corbiere.
Among the prose writings were weak imitations of Eugene Sue purporting to expose the 'mysteries' of cities.