Pere Goriot

Notes

  1. ^ a b Hunt, p. 95; Brooks (1998), p. ix; Kanes, p. 9.
  2. ^ Kanes, pp. 3–7.
  3. ^ a b Kanes, p. 38.
  4. ^ Brooks (1998), p. xi.
  5. ^ Robb, pp. 425–429.
  6. ^ Saintsbury, p. ix.
  7. ^ Hunt, p. 91; Oliver, p. 149.
  8. ^ Quoted in Bellos, p. 16.
  9. ^ Oliver, p. 102; Brooks (1998), p. viii; Kanes, p. 7; Bellos, p. 15.
  10. ^ Bellos, pp. 23–24.
  11. ^ Bellos, pp. 16–17; see generally Pugh.
  12. ^ Dedinsky, pp. 147–148.
  13. ^ a b Balzac (1842).
  14. ^ Robb, p. 234; Dedinsky, pp. 129–131.
  15. ^ a b c Kanes, pp. 4–5.
  16. ^ Hunt, p. 92.
  17. ^ Kanes, pp. 31–32.
  18. ^ Barbéris, p. 306; Kanes, pp. 26–27.
  19. ^ Kanes, pp. 27–28.
  20. ^ Kanes, pp. 30–31; Brooks (1998), p. ix; Stowe, pp. 24–25; see also Ginsberg, pp. 32–44.
  21. ^ Kanes, p. 30.
  22. ^ Robb, p. 44.
  23. ^ Pugh, p. 57; Hunt, pp. 93–94. Pugh makes it clear that other authors – namely Robert Chasles, Pierre Beaumarchais, and Restif de la Bretonne – had used this technique earlier, although Balzac did not mindfully follow in their footsteps.
  24. ^ Robb, p. 253; Hunt, p. 94; Pugh, pp. 73–81.
  25. ^ Pugh, pp. 78–79; Brooks (1998), pp. vii–ix.
  26. ^ Rogers, 182; Bellos makes a similar point on p. 21.
  27. ^ Robb, p. 254.
  28. ^ Quoted in Robb, p. 254; see generally Pugh.
  29. ^ McCarthy, p. 96; Pugh, pp. 177–178.
  30. ^ Brooks (2005), p. 16; Auerbach, p. 280.
  31. ^ Mozet, pp. 348–349; Kanes, p. 37.
  32. ^ This phrase is an allusion to William Shakespeare, since it was used at the time as a title for an adaptation in France of Henry VIII: Bellos, p. 14.
  33. ^ Auerbach, p. 282.
  34. ^ Balzac (1901), p. 3.
  35. ^ Balzac (1901), pp. 5 and 18, respectively; Mozet, p. 351.
  36. ^ Robb, 152.
  37. ^ Kanes, p. 52.
  38. ^ Balzac (1901), p. 79.
  39. ^ Balzac (1901), p. 115.
  40. ^ See for example Porter, Eduardo. "Mexico's Plutocracy Thrives on Robber-Baron Concessions". The New York Times, 27 August 2007. Retrieved on 13 January 2008.
  41. ^ Kanes, p. 41; Bellos, pp. 58–59.
  42. ^ Kanes, p. 36.
  43. ^ Kanes, p. 44.
  44. ^ Barbéris, pp. 310–311.
  45. ^ Brooks (1998), p. x.
  46. ^ Kanes, p. 45.
  47. ^ Barbéris, p. 307.
  48. ^ Barbéris, p. 309.
  49. ^ Quoted in Barbéris, p. 312.
  50. ^ Hunt, p. 89; Crawford, p. 13.
  51. ^ Petrey, p. 329.
  52. ^ Kanes, pp. 46–49; Auerbach, p. 285; Bellos, pp. 46–51.
  53. ^ Kanes, p. 47; Bellos, pp. 81–82.
  54. ^ Petrey, p. 337.
  55. ^ Hunt, pp. 87–89; Robb, p. 257; Bellos, pp. 34–35.
  56. ^ a b c Kanes, p. 13.
  57. ^ Saintsbury, p. x.
  58. ^ Hunt, p. 87.
  59. ^ Douthwaite, pp. 140-152.
  60. ^ Balzac (1901), p. 85.
  61. ^ Barbéris, pp. 310–314.
  62. ^ Quoted in Oliver, p. 149.
  63. ^ a b Brooks (1998), p. ix.
  64. ^ Kanes, p. 9.
  65. ^ See Mozet, as well as Downing, George E. "A Famous Boarding-House". Studies in Balzac's Realism. E. P. Dargan, ed. New York: Russell & Russell, 1932.
  66. ^ Robb, p. 258. On the other hand, when Michal Peled Ginsberg conducted a survey of professors in preparation for his book Approaches to Teaching Balzac's Old Goriot, participants complained that the most-used translation by Marion Ayton Crawford is "not very good but [they] say they cannot come up with an alternative": Ginsberg, p. 4.
  67. ^ Kanes, pp. 14–15.
  68. ^ Quoted in Kanes, p. 53.
  69. ^ a b c Quoted in Kanes, p. 15.
  70. ^ Quoted in Kanes, p. 12.
  71. ^ Kanes, pp. 15–16.
  72. ^ Père Goriot (1915) at the Internet Movie Database
  73. ^ Father Goriot at the Internet Movie Database
  74. ^ Père Goriot (1968) at the Internet Movie Database
  75. ^ http://www.literaturepage.com/read/balzac-father-goriot-104.html (Father Goriot, page 104 in Chapter 1); "Dans ces conjonctures, je vais vous faire une proposition que personne ne refuserait. Honoré de Balzac, Œuvres complètes de H. de Balzac (1834), Calmann-Lévy, 1910 (Le Père Goriot, II. L'entrée dans le monde, pp. 110-196); viewed 9-2-2014.

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