DIEZ AñOS DE DESTIERRO

September 15, 2019

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In saying goodbye to her, the great German poet Schiller exclaimed: "It seems to me that I am coming out of a fever?" The expression describes with genius to this whirlwind of woman who embodies like none the spirit of passion, freedom and rebellion of Romanticism. Bella, rich, cultured, intelligent and ambitious - and all this to a superlative degree -, knew how to use her weapons to become one of the most influential characters in France. He did not succeed in attracting Napoleon, who detested it because he feared it, and therefore decided that he would be his greatest enemy, since he could not be indifferent to such a man. "The tale of this uneven battle is the essence of this work . With the style that I commend Saint-Beuve for whom the pen of this brilliant orator flows with the same amenity and eloquence as her speech: writing, she continues talking - Madame de Staël relates her collision with Napoleon, drawing A devastating psychological portrait of the Great Corso, and also tells us about the societies of his exile - in Russia, Finland, Austria or Poland - giving us his accurate description of a world whose decomposition was announcing a new era. In saying goodbye to her, The great German poet Schiller exclaimed: "Does it seem to me that I am coming out of a fever?" The expression describes with genius to this whirlwind of woman who embodies like no the spirit of passion, freedom and rebellion of Romanticism. Bella, rich, cultured, intelligent and ambitious - and all this to a superlative degree -, she knew how to use her weapons to become one of the most influential characters in France. He did not succeed in attracting Napoleon, who detested it because he feared it, and therefore decided that he would be his greatest enemy, since he could not be indifferent to such a man. "The tale of this uneven battle is the essence of this work. With the style that I commend Saint-Beuve for whom the pen of this brilliant orator flows with the same amenity and eloquence as her speech: writing, she continues talking - Madame de Staël relates her collision with Napoleon, drawing A devastating psychological portrait of the Great Corso, and also tells us about the societies of his exile - in Russia, Finland, Austria or Poland - giving us his accurate description of a world whose decomposition was heralding a New era.