Madame Bovary, Gustave Flaubert
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Gustave Flaubert

Madame Bovary

Malina  Malina
Malina Malinahat Zitat gemachtvor 6 Jahren
in a stammering voice
bashersmith89
bashersmith89hat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Monaten
In their un­con­cerned looks was the calm of pas­sions daily sa­ti­ated, and through all their gen­tle­ness of man­ner pierced that pe­cu­liar bru­tal­ity, the res­ult of a com­mand of half-easy things, in which force is ex­er­cised and van­ity amused—the man­age­ment of thor­ough­bred horses and the so­ci­ety of loose wo­men.
bashersmith89
bashersmith89hat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Monaten
But this one taught noth­ing, knew noth­ing, wished noth­ing.
bashersmith89
bashersmith89hat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Monaten
seemed to her that cer­tain places on earth must bring hap­pi­ness, as a plant pe­cu­liar to the soil, and that can­not thrive else­where.
bashersmith89
bashersmith89hat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Monaten
then, like a great bird with rose-col­oured wings, hung in the splend­our of the skies of poesy; and now she could not think that the calm in which she lived was the hap­pi­ness she had dreamed.
bashersmith89
bashersmith89hat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Monaten
This nature, pos­it­ive in the midst of its en­thu­si­asms, that had loved the church for the sake of the flowers, and mu­sic for the words of the songs, and lit­er­at­ure for its pas­sional stim­u­lus, re­belled against the mys­ter­ies of faith as it grew ir­rit­ated by dis­cip­line, a thing an­ti­pathetic to her con­sti­tu­tion.
bashersmith89
bashersmith89hat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Monaten
look­ing for emo­tions, not land­scapes.
bashersmith89
bashersmith89hat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Monaten
She puzzled her head to find some vow to ful­fil.
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b6266454798hat Zitat gemachtvor 3 Monaten
So there was a wed­ding at which forty-three per­sons were present, at which they re­mained six­teen hours at table, began again the next day, and to some ex­tent on the days fol­low­ing.
b6266454798
b6266454798hat Zitat gemachtvor 3 Monaten
there was a wed­ding at which forty-three per­sons were present, at which they re­mained six­teen hours at table, began again the next day, and to some ex­tent on the days fol­low­ing.
b6266454798
b6266454798hat Zitat gemachtvor 3 Monaten
But he never saw her in his thoughts other than he had seen her the first time, or as he had just left her.
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b9135979209hat Zitat gemachtvor 4 Monaten
The head­mas­ter made a sign to us to sit down. Then
Patinya Boonnan
Patinya Boonnanhat Zitat gemachtvor 4 Monaten
new fel­low
Patinya Boonnan
Patinya Boonnanhat Zitat gemachtvor 4 Monaten
sat­is­fact­ory
Patinya Boonnan
Patinya Boonnanhat Zitat gemachtvor 4 Monaten
head­mas­ter
Patinya Boonnan
Patinya Boonnanhat Zitat gemachtvor 4 Monaten
Il­lus­tri­ous
b6266454798
b6266454798hat Zitat gemachtvor 4 Monaten
Well, quite softly, one day fol­low­ing an­other, a spring on a winter, and an au­tumn after a sum­mer, this wore away, piece by piece, crumb by crumb; it passed away, it is gone, I should say it has sunk; for some­thing al­ways re­mains at the bot­tom as one would say—a weight here, at one’s heart
b6266454798
b6266454798hat Zitat gemachtvor 4 Monaten
And then the widow was thin; she had long teeth; wore in all weath­ers a little black shawl, the edge of which hung down between her shoulder-blades; her bony fig­ure was sheathed in her clothes as if they were a scab­bard; they were too short, and dis­played her ankles with the laces of her large boots crossed over grey stock­ings.
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b6266454798hat Zitat gemachtvor 5 Monaten
Once he missed a lec­ture; the next day all the lec­tures; and, en­joy­ing his idle­ness, little by little, he gave up work al­to­gether.
b6266454798
b6266454798hat Zitat gemachtvor 5 Monaten
she centered on the child’s head all her shattered, broken little van­it­ies.
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