Abbe Mouret s Transgression

Abbe Mouret s Transgression

Archangias, the coarse and brutal Christian Brother who serves as a foil to Abbe
Mouret; La Teuse, the priest's garrulous old housekeeper; Desiree, his 'innocent'
sister, a grown woman with the mind of a child and an almost crazy affection for ...

Author: Émile Zola

Publisher: Good Press

ISBN: EAN:4057664643995

Category: Fiction

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ABBE Mouret s Transgression

ABBE Mouret s Transgression

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Author: mile Joseph Zola

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Abbe Mouret's Transgression by Émile Joseph Zola Abbe Mouret's Transgression is not just a novel of the Catholic faith. It is more of a sympathetic look at the effect and consequences of boy's decision to join the priesthood at a young age. Excerpt. Abbe Mouret made no answer. He was dressing the chalice at a small table. A large old silver-gilt chalice it was with a bronze base, which he had just taken from the bottom of a deal cupboard, in which the sacred vessels and linen, the Holy Oils, the Missals, candlesticks, and crosses were kept. Across the cup he laid a clean purificator, and on this set the silver-gilt paten, with the host in it, which he covered with a small lawn pall. As he was hiding the chalice by gathering together the folds in the veil of cloth of gold matching the chasuble, La Teuse exclaimed: 'Stop, there's no corporal in the burse. Last night I took all the dirty purificators, palls, and corporals to wash them-separately, of course-not with the house-wash. By-the-bye, your reverence, I didn't tell you: I have just started the house-wash. A fine fat one it will be! Better than the last.' We are delighted to publish this classic book as part of our extensive Classic Library collection. Many of the books in our collection have been out of print for decades, and therefore have not been accessible to the general public. The aim of our publishing program is to facilitate rapid access to this vast reservoir of literature, and our view is that this is a significant literary work, which deserves to be brought back into print after many decades. The contents of the vast majority of titles in the Classic Library have been scanned from the original works. To ensure a high quality product, each title has been meticulously hand curated by our staff. Our philosophy has been guided by a desire to provide the reader with a book that is as close as possible to ownership of the original work. We hope that you will enjoy this wonderful classic work, and that for you it becomes an enriching experience.
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Abbe Mouret s Transgression

Abbe Mouret s Transgression

Edited with an Introduction by Ernest lfred Vizetelly.

Author: Mile Zola

Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC

ISBN: 1426476582

Category: Fiction

Page: 388

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Edited with an Introduction by Ernest lfred Vizetelly.
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Abb Mouret s Transgression La Faute de L Abb Mouret

Abb   Mouret s Transgression La Faute de L Abb   Mouret

Serge Mouret, the younger son of Francois Mouret, is ordained to the priesthood and appointed Cure of Les Artaud, a squalid village in Provence, to whose degenerate inhabitants he ministers.

Author: Emile Zola

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ISBN: 1659001552

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Serge Mouret, the younger son of Francois Mouret, is ordained to the priesthood and appointed Cure of Les Artaud, a squalid village in Provence, to whose degenerate inhabitants he ministers. He has inherited the family taint of the Rougon-Macquarts, which in him takes the form of a morbid religious enthusiasm bordering on hysteria. Brain fever follows, and bodily recovery leaves the priest an amnesiac. Dr. Pascal Rougon, his uncle, hoping to save his reason, removes him from his accustomed surroundings and leaves him at the Paradou, the neglected demesne of a ruined mansion-house near Les Artaud, where he is nursed by Albine, niece of the caretaker. The Abbe falls in love with Albine, and, oblivious of his vows, breaks them.
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Abb Mouret s Transgression

Abb   Mouret s Transgression

Serge Mouret, the younger son of Francois Mouret, is ordained to the priesthood and appointed Cure of Les Artaud, a squalid village in Provence, to whose degenerate inhabitants he ministers.

Author: Emile Zola

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ISBN: 1677105690

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Serge Mouret, the younger son of Francois Mouret, is ordained to the priesthood and appointed Cure of Les Artaud, a squalid village in Provence, to whose degenerate inhabitants he ministers. He has inherited the family taint of the Rougon-Macquarts, which in him takes the form of a morbid religious enthusiasm bordering on hysteria. Brain fever follows, and bodily recovery leaves the priest an amnesiac. Dr. Pascal Rougon, his uncle, hoping to save his reason, removes him from his accustomed surroundings and leaves him at the Paradou, the neglected demesne of a ruined mansion-house near Les Artaud, where he is nursed by Albine, niece of the caretaker. The Abbe falls in love with Albine, and, oblivious of his vows, breaks them...
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Abbe Mouret s Transgression

Abbe Mouret s Transgression

Serge Mouret, the younger son of Francois Mouret, is ordained to the priesthood and appointed Cure of Les Artaud, a squalid village in Provence, to whose degenerate inhabitants he ministers.

Author: Emile Zola

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ISBN: 9798619959215

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Serge Mouret, the younger son of Francois Mouret, is ordained to the priesthood and appointed Cure of Les Artaud, a squalid village in Provence, to whose degenerate inhabitants he ministers. He has inherited the family taint of the Rougon-Macquarts, which in him takes the form of a morbid religious enthusiasm bordering on hysteria. Brain fever follows, and bodily recovery leaves the priest an amnesiac. Dr. Pascal Rougon, his uncle, hoping to save his reason, removes him from his accustomed surroundings and leaves him at the Paradou, the neglected demesne of a ruined mansion-house near Les Artaud, where he is nursed by Albine, niece of the caretaker. The Abbe falls in love with Albine, and, oblivious of his vows, breaks them
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Abbe Mouret s Transgression Illustrated

Abbe Mouret s Transgression  Illustrated

Avec cette réécriture naturaliste de la Genèse, avec ce dialogue de l'ombre et du soleil, des forces de vie et des forces de mort, du végétal et du minéral, Zola écrit certainement l'un des livres les plus riches, stylistiquement et ...

Author: Émile Zola

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9798692699466

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Serge Mouret est le prêtre d'un village pauvre, quelque part sur les plateaux désolés et brûlés du Midi de la France. Barricadé dans sa petite église, muré dans les certitudes émerveillées de sa foi, assujetti avec ravissement au rituel de sa fonction et aux horaires maniaques que lui impose sa vieille servante, il vit plus en ermite qu'en prêtre. A la suite d'une maladie, suivie d'une amnésie, il découvre dans un grand parc, le Paradou, à la fois l'amour de la femme et la luxuriance du monde. Une seconde naissance, que suivra un nouvel exil loin du jardin d'Eden. Avec cette réécriture naturaliste de la Genèse, avec ce dialogue de l'ombre et du soleil, des forces de vie et des forces de mort, du végétal et du minéral, Zola écrit certainement l'un des livres les plus riches, stylistiquement et symboliquement, de sa série des Rougon-Macquart.
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Abbe Mouret s Transgression

Abbe Mouret s Transgression

'LA FAUTE DE L'ABBE MOURET' was, with respect to the date of publication, the
fourth volume of M. Zola's 'Rougon-Macquart' series; but in the amended and
final scheme of that great literary undertaking, it occupies the ninth place.

Author: Эмиль Золя

Publisher: Litres

ISBN: 9785040893720

Category: Fiction

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The Bibliophile Dictionary

The Bibliophile Dictionary

... in spite of in* The Abbe Mouret's Transgression ( 1875 ) . gratitude . Basely
wronged by those she has The abbé is the son of this unfortunate pair , saved ,
her hopes and affections thwarted , and the taint comes out , after his transgres
she ...

Author: Nathan Haskell Dole

Publisher: The Minerva Group, Inc.

ISBN: 1410210405

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 660

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Originally published in 1904, this is a combination of Biographical and Bibliographical Dictionary based on the following principles: First - A brief biographical notice of every important author known in literary history; Second - A bibliographical notice of his principal or best-known works.
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An Antarctic Mystery The Sphinx of the Ice Fields

An Antarctic Mystery  The Sphinx of the Ice Fields

... (ISBN 1595690522 / ISBN 9781595690524) Emile Zola: His Excellency (Son
Excellence Eugène Rougon) (ISBN 1595690557 / ISBN 9781595690555) Emile
Zola: Abbé Mouret's Transgression (ISBN 1595690506 / ISBN 9781595690500)
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Author: Jules Verne

Publisher: Mondial

ISBN: 9781595690548

Category: Fiction

Page: 184

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In the year 1839, Mr. Jeorling, whose geological and mineralogical research have led him to the Kerguelen sub-Antarctic archipelago in the Indian Ocean, sets sail on the "Halbrane", whose captain Len Guy is obsessed with Edgar Allan Poe's novel "The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym". --- In that narrative, Poe recounts the adventures of Len Guy's brother William Guy who as captain of the "Jane" was persuaded by Arthur Gordon Pym to direct an expedition to the Antarctic. The "Jane" vanished on this voyage, though Pym was still able to pass along his diary to Edgar Allen Poe. --- Increasingly persuaded of the truthfulness of the tale, Mr. Jeorling encourages Captain Len Guy to pursue his brother - whom they believe may still be alive - into the Antarctic. --- Aside from the natural perils of the ocean, they must also face down a mutiny of the sailors on the "Halbrane".
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The World and the Parish

The World and the Parish

Index Abbe Mouret ' s Transgression , 141 - 142 Anderson , Mary ( Mme . Antonio
de Abbey , Edwin A . , 866 n . , 867 , 899 Navarro ) , 83 , 200 - 202 Abbey , Henry
E . , 80 , 303 , 471 - 473 Andrée , Salomon A . , 833 Abbott , Jacob , 353 n .

Author: Willa Cather

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 0803215452

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 552

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"One of the few really helpful words I ever heard from an older writer," Willa Cather declared in 1922, "I had from Sarah Orne Jewett when she said to me: 'Of course, one day you will write about your own country. In the meantime, get all you can. One must know the world so well before one can know the parish.'" Although Cather's first novel about her own country, O Pioneers!, did not appear until 1913, the process of knowing the world and of mastering her craft, so far as it can be traced in her published writing, already had been going on for some twenty years. The World and the Parish: Willa Cather's Articles and Reviews, 1893-1902, is the fourth in a series collecting the work of these years of experiment and discovery. More specifically, it offers a representative collection of Cather's nonfiction writing for newspapers and periodicals during her first decade as a professional writer. Selected from 520 articles and columns, the text is divided into three parts corresponding to major developments in Cather's career?the period from 1893 to 1896 when she first began to write regularly for Lincoln newspapers; the years in Pittsburgh when she was working for the Home Monthly and the Leader and sending her famous "Passing Show" column back to Nebraska; and the period from the spring of 1900 to 1903, when she freelanced in Pittsburgh and Washington, taught in a Pittsburgh high school, and made her first trip abroad. The text has been edited with three main objectives: 1) to enable the reader to trace Cather's development as a writer; 2) to group the material so that the reader interested in a particular subject?the theatre, or music, or literature, for example?can readily locate pertinent selections; and 3) to provide a context sufficient to relate these pieces to Willa Cather's life and to the times, and to suggest some of their connections with the body of her work. Chronologies have been included for each of the three parts; and the Bibliography is the most complete yet available for the for the nonfiction writing up to 1903. Not the least remarkable feature of this collection is the range and variety of forms and subject matter?reviews (of books, plays, operas, concerts, art exhibits, lectures), feature stories, interviews, straight reportage, columns of miscellaneous comment, and travel letters. Seemingly, with no apparent effort Willa Cather could adjust her sights to any assignment and any audience. And if it is astonishing that she could write so much about so many matters at so many levels, it is perhaps even more astonishing that so much of it was so good. Undeniably, however, the chief interest to the general reader and the peculiar value to the scholar of these journalistic writings reside in their manifold and crucial connections with Cather's later work and in the unparalleled insights they afford into the process by which a gifted writer becomes a great artist.
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The Thomas Hardy Journal

The Thomas Hardy Journal

... OF TESS AND ABBÉ MOURET by D. G. MASON In an annotation to an entry
from Zola's Abbé Mouret's Transgression ... part of a potentially significant over -
all similarity between Abbé Mouret's Transgressions and Tess of the d'Urbervilles
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Literary Onomastics Studies

Literary Onomastics Studies

Rosen 4 Plassans ; for La Faute de l ' Abbe Mouret , Abbe Mouret ' s
Transgression , The Sin of the Abbe Mouret , The Abbe Mouret ' s Sin , and The
Sin of Father Muret ( but a faute is only a " mistake " or ' error , " and for Zola the
abbe ' s ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015028755984

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Frank Norris and Environment

Frank Norris and Environment

Abbe Mouret ' s Transgression ( 1875 ) is the first of the Rougon - Macquart
novels of particular interest from the point of view of setting . Its main claim to our
attention is the infamous tour - de - force , the description of the vast garden , " Le
 ...

Author: Orrington C. Ramsay

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ISBN: WISC:89011031283

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