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1 Literature Criticism
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21,408 words, approx. 72 pages
CHAPTER I I had always suspected the geographical authorities did not know what they were talking about when they located the battlefield of Munda in the county of the Bastuli-Poeni, close to the mode...
Prosper Mrime Biographies
417 words, approx. 2 pages
The French author Prosper Mérimée (1803-1870) was a prose writer of the romantic period in France, important for his short stories, which mark the transition from romanticism toward the ...
7,790 words, approx. 26 pages
Few authors have divided the opinions of readers more than Prosper Mérimée. His stories and novellas are remarkable for their punch and playfulness, but some critics have accused M&eacut...
6,453 words, approx. 22 pages
Prosper Mérimée is little known as a playwright and is chiefly remembered for his novella Carmen (1846), which provided the basis for Georges Bizet's celebrated 1875 opera. Yet Mé...
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Critical Essay by David J. Mickelson
7,129 words, approx. 24 pages
In the following essay, Mickelson reads Carmen “as a flirtation with danger encountered during travel.” “Je vais aller en Espagne, c'est-à-dire en Afrique.” ...
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