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Dec 17, Elizabeth Alaska rated it really liked it Shelves: There is more of a sense of tragedy here, somewhat reminiscent of the Thomas Hardy novels I love—though Zola adds his own characteristically dark naturalistic flare to the drama.
Rio da Dúvida – The River of Doubt
The poverty which falls to Claude’s lot is taken from the life of Cezanne, for Manet was the only son of a judge and was almost wealthy….
This is Zola’s most autobiographical novel and is the world of art and artists he knew well.
The story follows Lantier through his initial ambitions as a young rebellious painter and his subsequent self-perceived failures, which lead to a gradual tragic descent into abject poverty and ultimate despair about life. More than half of Zola’s novels were part of a set of 20 books collectively known as Les Rougon-Macquart. Claude Lentier is a revolutionary painter who produces paintings after paintings only to be rejected by the Salon every year.
As I mentioned, many of the descriptions are excellent, sometimes a step above Zola’s standard appropriately enough, since we’re getting Paris through artists’ eyes. But poor Claude is rejected everywhere by most who fail to recognize the real artistic genius which his fellow artists and Sandoz clearly see as luminous within him. The series examines two branches of a family: I thank the author of the Rougon-Macquart for this kind token of remembrance, and ask him to allow me to wish him well, thinking of years gone by.
If I do that once a year, I am lucky.
Courage and determination pushed him forward, despite losing his first wife and mother on the same day, February 14, They sacrificed everything – including friendship, and felt the pain of Claude Lantier in different ways.
Out of the other Zola novels that I have so far read, this one is markedly different. This latter part at times felt trite, without the forward momentum of the first part that may have disguised a similar triteness. He became a figurehead among the literary bourgeoisie and organized cultural dinners with Guy de Maupassant, Joris-Karl Huysmans and other writers at his luxurious villa in Medan near Paris after The Masterpiece ranks at the top of the Zola oeuvre with clarity and trademark grand drama.
More than the other two Zola novels I’ve read, this one truly is about Paris. To ask other readers questions about The Masterpieceplease sign up. Till in the end, after losing everything, he dies for his art. The symbolic suicide of Lantier in front of his work of art clearly sets him off from real artists with the exception of Van Gogh, maybe, whose life took on mythological dimensions after his violent endand moves him into the realm of classical literature.
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So far, so good! His characters are flesh and blood men and women. My own will doesn’t really enter into it. A passion fueled by the long coveted glory in the real world. As to this novel, there can be no doubt that the novelist Sandoz represents Zola himself, when he says: Claude meets with artistic rejection at every turn as portrayed by his friend, Sandoz, an up and coming novelist, who is thinly veiled as Zola himself.
Dvuida novel or a canvas can be brought to an end, but the creators continue their struggles and failures. And here I thought that you were the one with diverse interests!!! On the bad side of things, Zola has a blatant self-insert in this book, which isn’t always terrible on its own, but Zola makes himself the most kindhearted and ultimately most successful out of the entire group of artists, and the only true friend of Claude’s.
It is these methods and principles which he associates with Claude here. The Masterpiece ranks at the top of the Zola oeuvre with clarity and trademark dd drama.
As I’ve already said, up to this point the book is excellent. Claude meets with artistic rejection at every turn as portrayed by his friend, Sandoz, an up and coming novelist, who is thinly veiled as Zola himself.
Chakoska by Amedeo Modigliani. Finally, the rejections take its toll on the painter who, after struggling too much, loses the very art which he wants to perfect. It is his straight forward style as a realist and naturalist writer which succeeds in the life like description of an artist struggling in a city where the custodians of art adhere to long accepted traditional styles and where the audience of such art follows the popular opinions tossed about by a handful of average artists.
View all 4 comments. Here the city is itself seen through the eyes of a painter as Claude walks in the streets of city looking out for an inspiration. He had only a few more steps to go. Nothing in the world can be grander; it is Paris herself, glorious in the sunlight. The public ridiculing works that later generations see as genius. Out of the other Zola novels that I have so far read, this one is markedly different.
The poverty which falls to Claude’s lot is taken from the life of Cezanne, for Manet was the only son of a judge and was almost wealthy…. And it is the dramatic nucleus for his failed friendship in real life – the point of no return, where Zola chose to be a writer more than anything else, at any cost.
In the end, neither his beloved wife nor his most loyal friend Sandoz is able to lift him from the psychological dumps. As I mentioned, many of the descriptions are excellent, sometimes a step above Zola’s standard appropriately enough, since we’re getting Paris through artists’ eyes.
Nothing in the world can be grander; it is Paris herself, glorious in the sunlight. As to this novel, there can be no doubt that the novelist Sandoz represents Zola himself, when he says: