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The Old Maid or An Old Maid is a novel by the French writer Honoré de Balzac. Written in 1836, it was first published as a serial in La Presse, then published by Edmond Werdet in 1837 in Études de mœurs, in the section Les Scènes de la vie de province. La Vieille Fille was republished in 1839 by éditions Charpentier, before being published alongside le Cabinet des Antiques in the isolated less Rivalités group within Scènes de la vie de province in La Comédie Humaine, published in 1844 by édition Furne.

An Old Maid

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The work was dedicated to Balzac’s brother in law, an engineer in the corps royal des Ponts et chaussées, Eugène Midy de la Greneraye Surville. Even so, Balzac offered its manuscript to Comtesse Guidoboni-Visconti,[1] in 1844. This short and incisive novel stands out for the density of its story and its rapid succession of events. Balzac takes time to carefully describe the house of Mademoiselle Cormon, the old maid, in the city of Alençon, before entering directly into the heart of the matter.

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Name Of the Novel: An Old Maid
Author: Honoré de Balzac
Original title: Modeste Mignon
Country: France
Language: French
Genre: Literary fiction
Series: La Comédie Humaine
Publication date: 1837
Publisher: Edmond Werdet
Pages: 99
Book Type: Pdf / ePub

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