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One of the great French novelists of the nineteenth century, Stendhal pseudonym for Marie-Henri Beyle describes his unhappy youth with sensitivity and intelligence in his autobiographical novel The Life of Henri Brulard. It was written in and but published in , long after his death. He detested his father, a lawyer from Grenoble, France, whose only passion in life was making money. Therefore, Stendhal left home as soon as he could.

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One of the great French novelists of the nineteenth century, Stendhal pseudonym for Marie-Henri Beyle describes his unhappy youth with sensitivity and intelligence in his autobiographical novel The Life of Henri Brulard.

It was written in and but published in , long after his death. He detested his father, a lawyer from Grenoble, France, whose only passion in life was making money. Therefore, Stendhal left home as soon as he could. Stendhal served with Napoleon's army in the campaign in Russia in , which helped inspire the famous war scenes in his novel The Red and the Black After Napoleon's fall, Stendhal lived for six years in Italy, a country he loved during his entire life. In , he returned to Paris for a life of literature, politics, and love affairs.

Stendhal's novels feature heroes who reject any form of authority that would restrain their sense of individual freedom. They are an interesting blend of romantic emotionalism and eighteenth-century realism.

Stendhal's heroes are sensitive, emotional individuals who are in conflict with the society in which they live, yet they have the intelligence and detachment to analyze their society and its faults. Stendhal was a precursor of the realism of Flaubert. He once described the novelist's function as that of a person carrying a mirror down a highway so that the mirror would reflect life as it was, for all society.

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It was inspired by an inauthentic Italian account of the dissolute youth of Alessandro Farnese. The title refers to a Carthusian monastery, which is only mentioned on the last page of the novel and does not figure significantly in the plot. The Charterhouse of Parma chronicles the adventures of the young Italian nobleman Fabrice del Dongo from his birth in to his death. Fabrice spends his early years in his family's castle on Lake Como , while most of the rest of the novel is set in a fictionalized Parma both locations are in modern-day Italy.

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