Stendhal


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French writer whose novels were the first to feature psychological analysis of the character (1783-1842)

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Avoiding the type of big acts who might cripple the festival's budget and jeopardise it's future, Stendhal makes the most of local acts, with only a few international bands or DJs required as mere cherries on top.
Stendhal had been enamored with the city of Florence for years before finally arriving, at age eighteen, to kneel before Giotto's frescoes in the Basilica of Santa Croce.
Helsinn, the Swiss Group focused on building cancer care, has granted Especificos Stendhal exclusive rights to NEPA, an oral fixed combination of netupitant and palonosetron developed for the prevention of chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting, it was reported yesterday.
AFTER three hours in the British Museum I thought I was coming down with a touch of Stendhal Syndrome.
Armance, ou la liberte de Stendhal. Paris: Honore Champion, 2009.
Casanova, Stendhal, Tolstoy; adepts in self-portraiture.
the final installment from an unfinished novella by Stendhal, translated from the French by Brian Evenson
This essay explicates the influence exerted by the writings of Francis Jeffrey and William Hazlitt on the thought and writings of Stendhal. In particular, it demonstrates how Jeffrey and Hazlitt mediated to Stendhal the aesthetics that underpinned Wordsworth's poetry, and traces the manner in which they shaped Stendhal's thinking about Romanticism.
Michel Crouzet selects judiciously from the vast amount of comment inspired by Stendhal's great Italian novel, and the quality of his own style raises his observations from the level of mere erudition to that of art.