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MERIMEE Prosper (Mrime Prosper)

( French novelist and short story writer.)

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(1803-1870)
Born September 28, 1803 in Paris. Parents-artists inherited the typical 18. skepticism and delicate artistic taste. Parental influence and example of Stendhal, MцLrimцLe, with whom he was friendly and the talent that reveres have formed an unusual style of the Romantic era heyday - roughly realistic, ironic and not without its share of cynicism. Merimee was preparing to legal arena, while seriously engaged in studying languages, archeology and history.
His first product was a book Theater Clara Gasul (Le Thtre de Clara Gazul, 1825), issued for the creation of a certain Spanish poet, whose plays were allegedly discovered and translated Merimee. Following has another literary hoax - 'translate' Illyrian folk Guzla (La Guzla). Both books were of great importance for the development of early romanticism. But the most significant contribution to French literature were masterpieces of later times, in t.ch. Chronicle of the reign of Charles IX (La Chronique du rgne de Charles IX, . 1829), . most significant of all historical narratives of the French Romantic era; ruthlessly realistic story of Corsican life Mateo Falcone (Mateo Falcone, . 1829); excellent narrative story Capture of the Redoubt (L'Enlvement de la redoute, . 1829); imbued with indignation the story of the African slave trade Tamango (Tamango, . 1829); an example of romantic mystification Venus Illskaya (La Vnus d'Ille, . 1837); tale about the Corsican vendetta Colomb (Colomba, . 1840), and finally Carmen (Carmen, . 1845), . the most famous French novel,
. All these works are imbued with a deep pessimism, and characterized as a cult of strong feelings and actions, attention to detail and cool nonchalance story. MцLrimцLe died in Cannes on Sept. 23, 1870.


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