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France aux Pays-Bas May 20
May 20, 1799: birth of Honoré de Balzac, one of 🇫🇷’s greatest writers. One of his most impressive works is “La Comédie humaine”, which consists of more than 90 works. strongly influenced of his era.
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Uuré Feb 21
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Matthew Morgan May 20
“Reading brings us unknown friends.” ~ Honoré de Balzac, born , 1799
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Gary Davison Feb 24
Replying to @bmerer
There was also a reference in .
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Alexandre Giorgini 15h
: happy birthday to French novelist Honoré de , who was born 220 years ago! A realistic observer of the French society. His works were translated into Chinese at the beginning of the 20th century. He has his statue by in the center of Paris.
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Jamel El Ayachi May 9
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Ryanok May 15
Replying to @pj_ginger
don't you and your family just staycation in anyways?
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TheUncommons Dec 7
can be interesting
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Nick Maragoudakis Feb 9
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Kit Yee Wong Feb 27
. on reading in the age of Trump
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Bibliophilia 21h
📖"Reading brings us unknown friends." Honoré de Balzac, one of the founders of realism in European literature, was born in 1799.
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Oliver O'Hanlon May 20
"The great original genius of the European novel..." listen to this programme from about the French novelist and playwright, Honoré de Balzac, who was born 1799
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CAUTION: May Contain Nuts Mar 17
Balzac, Alberta....we can't make this stuff up! 😂
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Davoss Apr 8
“True love is eternal, infinite and always like itself. It's always equal and pure. Without violent demonstrations: It is seen with white hairs and is always young at heart.” ~ Honoré de Balzac
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Davoss Mar 17
" Our heart is a treasury; if you pour out all its wealth at once, you are bankrupt. " 🙂 ~ Honoré de Balzac
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Skullman RN (M) Mar 30
"I face this wonderwall Whatever lost kind of future I dream I stand at this wonderwall Not a wall just anyone can see"---from Wonderwall by BALZAC
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Inside Literature Feb 14
Did you know reading fiction improves your ability to empathize? Spending 200 pages in another person’s shoes expands your perspective! This spring we’re teaching some classics in world fiction, including ’s Father Goriot and ’s Crime & Punishment.
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SRB BREAKING NEWS Jan 5
Watch French Revolution 🇫🇷 🔥 🇫🇷 : : : The street is burning, 3 cars caught fire for the moment .. situation out of control in , the capital of the worldwide
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Mark Farmer Mar 3
To quote Honoré de , " is a great power in my life."
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Nati G May 14
"Our worst misfortunes never happen, and most miseries lie in anticipation."
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