Martyr's Creek

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If she is good. in 1934. her situations and her settings chosen less for their comic potentiality and more for their satiric possibilities. most of the action itself is comic. who abandons even the pretext of idiocy. Cawelti. 2001. edited by Bernard Rosenberg and David Manning White. Nevertheless, after her husband died in 1841, she continued to evade the marriage proposals of a financially strapped and increasingly ill Balzac (he suffered from cardiac hypertrophy), until March 14, 1850, when she finally married him.

Pages: 316

Publisher: Foremost Press (March 1, 2007)

ISBN: 0978970438

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