Massimilla Doni Pdf
Massimilla Doni is a short story by Honoré de Balzac. Its first chapter was published in 1837 in the Études philosophiques of la Comédie Humaine alongside Gambara, Les Proscrits, and Séraphîta. Its second chapter was published in 1839 in the review la France musicale, under the title Une représentation du ‘Mosè in Egitto’ by Rossini in Venice, with a preamble underlining the role Stendhal had played in making Rossini known in France.
Massimilla Doni Summary
Emilio Memmi recently made a prince of Varese and heir to a palace, is desperately in love with Massimila Doni, wife of the Duke of Caetano, a debauched old man who is keeping the singer Clara Tinti as a mistress. Massimilla returns his love, but it remains platonic, chaste and delicate on both sides. A terrible misunderstanding leads Emilio to meet Tinti in his palace and falls in love with her pleasurable charms, ashamed of himself. However, Massimilla has met a French doctor who she has initiated into the mysteries of music and who in return helps Emilio to accept the idea that carnal love and pure love blend beautifully.
Details Massimilla Doni Pdf Book
Name Of the Novel: Massimilla Doni
Author: Honoré de Balzac
Series: La Comédie Humaine
Publisher: Hippolyte Souverain
Publication date: 1837
Preceded by: La Recherche de l’absolu
Followed by: Gambara
Book Type: Pdf / ePub
Download Massimilla Doni Full Pdf Book
There are many students who don’t have enough money to buy books. We are publishing Massimilla Doni Book full pdf for those who are unable to buy Massimilla Doni Book. To download this book click the button below.
I hope you have successfully downloaded Massimilla Doni Book novel from Pdfcorner.com. Mistakes are made by human. All the articles published on this site are uploaded by human. If you get the wrong download file or if you face any problem while downloading Massimilla Doni Book then please let us inform using the comment box.
We do respect All Authors of the books. If you have DCMA related issue/claim then please visit our DCMA Section.