By Honoré de Balzac
Dentro de esa catedral narrativa que es los angeles Comedia humana, l. a. novela Eugenia Grandet ocupa un lugar especial por los dos grandes caracteres que en ella crea Balzac: el de una joven que descubre por primera vez el amor y entrega como arras cuanto tiene para ayudar a su enamorado, y el de su padre, el tío Grandet, los angeles más acabada de las encarnaciones de avaro desde los angeles obra de ese título de Molière. El amor paternal será abolido por l. a. avaricia de un Grandet que, en el último momento de su vida, amenaza a su hija con pedirle cuentas de l. a. herencia cuando Eugenia llegue al otro mundo. Al lado de estos dos potentes retratos, Charles, el joven parisino criado entre el lujo y los angeles ociosidad, sólo sirve para poner de relieve l. a. realidad de los angeles vida cotidiana, l. a. potencia del amor de Eugenia y los extremos a que puede llegar l. a. avaricia. Eugenia Grandet, aunque forma parte de l. a. Comedia humana, es una capilla aislada de esa catedral narrativa: cerrada sobre sí misma, el acierto en el análisis de esos dos caracteres y los angeles descripción del medio social en que se desenvuelven l. a. han convertido en los angeles novela más conocida de Balzac.
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The best rooms were all on the left-hand side (going in), for these were the only ones to have windows, deep-set round windows looking over his garden, and meadows beyond, sloping down to the river. This hobbit was a very well-to-do hobbit, and his name was Baggins. The Bagginses had lived in the neighbourhood of The Hill for time out of mind, and people considered them very respectable, not only because most of them were rich, but also because they never had any adventures or did anything unexpected: you could tell what a Baggins would say on any question without the bother of asking him.
If he had been allowed, he would probably have gone on like this until he was out of breath, without telling any one there anything that was not known already. But he was rudely interrupted. Poor Bilbo couldn’t bear it any longer. At may never return he began to feel a shriek coming up inside, and very soon it burst out like the whistle of an engine coming out of a tunnel. All the dwarves sprang up, knocking over the table. Gandalf struck a blue light on the end of his magic staff, and in its firework glare the poor little hobbit could be seen kneeling on the hearth-rug, shaking like a jelly that was melting.
Bilbo Baggins. And you do know my name, though you don’t remember that I belong to it. I am Gandalf, and Gandalf means me! ” “Gandalf, Gandalf! Good gracious me! Not the wandering wizard that gave Old Took a pair of magic diamond studs that fastened themselves and never came undone till ordered? Not the fellow who used to tell such wonderful tales at parties, about dragons and goblins and giants and the rescue of princesses and the unexpected luck of widows’ sons? Not the man that used to make such particularly excellent fireworks!