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Fuller's admiration for de Stael was well known, as were the similarities between their biographies, to the point that Fuller's contemporaries had dubbed her the "Yankee Corinna.
Por mas suculentas que sean sus cronicas sobre los amores de madame de Stael con Narbonne primero y con Benjamin Constant (solo Aguilar Mora podia calibrar la importancia de que la culta dama desconociese el Quijote en 1800) despues, siendo tan sintetica y preclara su vision de la enemistad del futuro emperador con ella, la hija de Necker, como loable su esfuerzo de que el mundo hispano-americano no quede fuera de Suenos de la razon, me pregunto si era posible, para el autor de este libro, interiorizarse verdaderamente como un cronista y testigo reducido a 1799 y 1800.
Lucas de Stael launched a beautiful capsule collection called Vivarium covering four shapes which mix leather and metal, and come in a range of beautiful colours.
Paul McCartney became Paul Ramon, Stuart Sutcliffe was Stuart de Stael, George Harrison became Carl Harrison and John Lennon was Long John.
She interrogates the omnipresent father figure in the works and lives of three canonical writers--Germaine de Stael, Claire de Duras, and Marceline Desbordes-Valmore--and two lesser-known but important figures, Charlotte Dard and Sophie Doin.
Madame de Stael and her fellow countryman Chateaubriand are considered as the leaders of the romantic school.
Barzini points out that in the 19th century, French diarists like Madame de Stael and Italian thinkers like Machiavellli wrote about Germans as simple, earnest but lacking the steely resolve of a people of destiny.
In its earliest formation, studied here through (among others) Chateaubriand, Mme de Stael, Edouard Alletz, Alfred de Vigny, and Victor Hugo, the figure of the poetic genius opened up the question of how a genius might express the inmost being or ingenium of a collective while remaining alien to, or unassimilable with, that collective; genius is the term used to describe how the artist gives back to a collective an image of itself that it cannot recognize.
In the end, "tout s'efface" (84), and the reader is left with only a vague image of a place overwhelmed by the reverberations of both ancient and modern: Racine, Rousseau, Chateaubriand, Mme de Stael, Baour-Lormian, Chenedolle, Parny, and Millevoye also haunt these liminal shores.
She began painting in Ghent, where her earliest works were still lifes and portraits inspired by Cezanne and Nicolas de Stael.
Regarding the popularity of Corinne (Madame de Stael, 1807), an interesting detail is revealed by Kosmali, a foreign traveler from the end of the Phanariote period.
Franklin's study focuses on the works of female travel writers like Madame de Stael and Lady Morgan; contemporary female novelists like Mary Shelley, Lady Caroline Lamb, George Sand, and Jane Austen; and, from the generation of female writers that followed the poet's life, Anne and Charlotte Bronte and Harriet Beecher Stowe.
How about author Madame de Stael wheeling diplomat Talleyrand around while he invents political strategy?
Aside from the 2007 study Women against Napoleon (Maierhofer, Roesch, and Bland), women's attitudes and opinions about the political changes of this time were largely excluded from scholarship; only studies on Madame Germaine de Stael (1766-1817), who serves as the prime example of a woman political thinker, are available (see Berger and Szmurlo).
With: Valerie Lemercier, Jeremie Elkaim, Beatrice de Stael, Valerie Donzelli, Sebastien Noire, Serge Bozon, Philippe Laudenbach, Lyn Thibaut, Antoine Chappey, Philippe Barassat.