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The Human Comedy

The ribcage is a prison for the heart, and the heart is the prisoner inside the ribcage! Their prison is the skin.

This is because the skull that surrounds the mind is very hard. I should maybe wait until I have consumed fifty cups before I start having ideas. What a great way to start my day, by drinking a cup of delicious hot coffee. I will learn from this. Ha, ha.

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I drank that one too fast, and it hurt my head, the source of the wonders. Head feels even worse.

I was right! Is the ribcage a prison for the heart?

Honoré de Balzac

Recommended Stories. But real fame came to him two years later, when he published La Peau de chagrin , a fantasy that acts as an allegory of the conflict between the will to enjoy and the will to survive. Balzac counts as a representative of the 19th century realism movement. As a hard working writer, he worked on his writing continuously for long hours without sleep.

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His preferred method of working was to eat a light meal at five or six in the afternoon, then sleep until midnight. He then rose and wrote for many hours, fueled by innumerable cups of black coffee. His consumption of coffee is considered legendary. He would often work for fifteen hours or more at a stretch.

He wrote numerous notes and revised his work obsessively. The characters he wrote about carried a realistic element in them, they neither were super heroes nor completely evil, they represented the everyday person. His characters also came from an array of social states and classes.

His detailed description of the location of the story entrapped the reader making the story sound as real as possible.

Honore de Balzac

Balzac influenced the writers of his time and beyond. At yovisto academic video search you can learn more about the daily life of the French people, esp. John Merriman of Yale University. References and Further Reading:.

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