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Deist, Rosemarie, Gender and Power: Once his studies were completed, Balzac was persuaded by his father to follow him into the Law; for three years he trained and worked at the office of Victor Passez, a family friend. During this time Balzac began to understand the vagaries of human nature. In his novel Le Notaire , he wrote that a young person in the legal profession sees "the oily wheels of every fortune, the hideous wrangling of heirs over corpses not yet cold, the human heart grappling with the Penal Code.
In Passez offered to make Balzac his successor, but his apprentice had had enough of the Law. He despaired of being "a clerk, a machine, a riding-school hack, eating and drinking and sleeping at fixed hours.
I should be like everyone else. And that's what they call living, that life at the grindstone, doing the same thing over and over again I am hungry and nothing is offered to appease my appetite".
Realizing he would have trouble finding a composer, however, he turned to other pursuits. In Balzac completed the five-act verse tragedy Cromwell. Although it pales by comparison with his later works, some critics consider it a good-quality text.
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In Balzac met the enterprising Auguste Le Poitevin , who convinced the author to write short stories, which Le Poitevin would then sell to publishers. Balzac quickly turned to longer works, and by he had written nine novels, all published under pseudonyms and often produced in collaboration with other writers. In Saintsbury's view, "they are curiously, interestingly, almost enthrallingly bad". During this time Balzac wrote two pamphlets in support of primogeniture and the Society of Jesus.
The latter, regarding the Jesuits , illustrated his lifelong admiration for the Catholic Church. In the late s Balzac dabbled in several business ventures, a penchant his sister blamed on the temptation of an unknown neighbour. This business failed miserably, with many of the books "sold as waste paper".
Balzac borrowed money from his family and friends and tried to build a printing business, then a typefounder enterprise. His inexperience and lack of capital caused his ruin in these trades. He gave the businesses to a friend who made them successful but carried the debts for many years. It resurfaced painfully later when—as a renowned and busy author—he traveled to Sardinia in the hopes of reprocessing the slag from the Roman mines there.
After writing several novels, in Balzac conceived the idea for an enormous series of books that would paint a panoramic portrait of "all aspects of society". The moment the idea came to him, Balzac raced to his sister's apartment and proclaimed: This was to be Balzac's life work and his greatest achievement. There he drew inspiration for Les Chouans , a tale of love gone wrong amid the Chouan royalist forces. This was the first book Balzac released under his own name, and it gave him what one critic called "passage into the Promised Land". Soon afterwards, around the time of his father's death, Balzac wrote El Verdugo —about a year-old man who kills his father Balzac was 30 years old at the time.
He followed his father in the surname Balzac but added the aristocratic-sounding nobiliary particle to help him fit into respected society, a choice based on skill rather than by right. He felt that the new July Monarchy which claimed widespread popular support was disorganized and unprincipled, in need of a mediator to keep the political peace between the King and insurgent forces.
He called for "a young and vigorous man who belongs neither to the Directoire nor to the Empire, but who is incarnate But after a near-fatal accident in he slipped and cracked his head on the street , Balzac decided not to stand for election. He obtains these things, but loses the ability to manage them. In the end, his health fails and he is consumed by his own confusion. Balzac meant the story to bear witness to the treacherous turns of life, its "serpentine motion".
The writing is simple, yet the individuals especially the bourgeois title character are dynamic and complex. In Balzac took the helm of the Chronique de Paris , a weekly magazine of society and politics. He tried to enforce strict impartiality in its pages and a reasoned assessment of various ideologies. It produced three issues.
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