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Eugénie Grandet

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Eugénie Grandet is a novel first published in 1833 by French author Honoré de Balzac. While he was writing it he conceived his ambitious project, The Human Comedy, and almost immediately prepared a second edition, revising the names of some of the characters so that Eugénie Grandet then fitted into the section: Scenes from provincial life (Scènes de la vie de province) in the Comédie. He dedicated the edition to Maria Du Fresnay, who was then his lover and was the mother of his daughter, Marie-Caroline Du Fresnay.
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part of: Scenes from Provincial Life
part of the series: La Comédie humaine
original title: Eugénie Grandet
language: French
date of publication: 1833
genre: realist novel
narrative location: Saumur
characters: Félix Grandet
follows: Ursule Mirouët

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