Gre eala abatelui Mouret Tanar preot in Artaud un mic sat pierdut printre coline arse de soare Serge Mouret incepe sa fie chinuit de chemarea simturilor pe care o vocatie religioasa precoce si educatia primita in seminar l

  • Title: Greşeala abatelui Mouret
  • Author: Émile Zola I.Gr. Perieteanu
  • ISBN: 9789734641529
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tanar preot in Artaud, un mic sat pierdut printre coline arse de soare, Serge Mouret incepe sa fie chinuit de chemarea simturilor, pe care o vocatie religioasa precoce si educatia primita in seminar l au facut mult timp sa o respinga El incearca sa si reprime impulsurile, cautandu si salvarea in asceza si in iubirea mistica pentru Fecioara Maria Cand zbuciumul launtric sTanar preot in Artaud, un mic sat pierdut printre coline arse de soare, Serge Mouret incepe sa fie chinuit de chemarea simturilor, pe care o vocatie religioasa precoce si educatia primita in seminar l au facut mult timp sa o respinga El incearca sa si reprime impulsurile, cautandu si salvarea in asceza si in iubirea mistica pentru Fecioara Maria Cand zbuciumul launtric se transforma in boala si ameninta sa l rapuna, unchiul sau, medic, il incredinteaza unui batran ateu si nepoatei sale, Albine, care traiesc pe o proprietate superba In aceasta gradina paradiziaca Serge va reinvata sa traiasca si va descoperi dragostea Insa lumea exterioara si indatoririle lui religioase, desi uitate pentru o vreme, nu dispar

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    1. IntroductionTranslator's NoteSelect BibliographyA Chronology of Émile ZolaFamily Tree of the Rougon-Macquart--The Sin of Abbé MouretExplanatory Notes

    2. (Some plot spoiling occurs in this review, but, come on, the novel is 140 years old.)This novel is considered by scholars as one of Zola's lesser works, and you'll get no disagreement from me. Too many fevered hallucinations, too many over-the-top Garden of Eden re-imaginings.The garden had no shame now: it welcomed Albine and Serge, acting like good children who bother no one, as it had for so long welcomed the sun.Until, of course, Shame came to the Garden, and Albine and Serge became aware of [...]

    3. Oh mon dieu Ce n'est pas un roman C'est un hymne a l'amour , en cela je suis d'accord avec Huismans . C'est un roman du reve et du reveil On se reveille tout en revant les yeux mi-clos On reve dans le Paradou-Paradis dans le jardin exuberant parmi les fleurs tels que les lys, les roses, les clematites, les oeilets parmi les senteurs voluptueuses et ensorcelanets qui alaguissent et penchent les heros au cote de l'Amour qui ouvre ses bras . Car l'Amour et le reve ne sont qu'un , un espace de l'inc [...]

    4. "The absence of Father Mouret" is the fifth novel in the series, enshrined by Emile Zola in the Rougon-Macquart. It follows the previous book, The Conquest of Plassans. In this book, Zola's attack with violence and Catholicism, especially in celibacy, which is the main theme of the novel. And on this subject, Zola is clearly explicit: for him the obligation of celibacy for priests made eunuchs in which the natural desire becomes either by hatred of women, either in mysticism can lead to madness. [...]

    5. A originalidade deste livro de Émile Zola não está no enredo. Histórias à volta de romances pecaminosos envolvendo padres não são nenhuma novidade. O que o distingue dos restantes é a fabulosa escrita de Zola que usando de um poder descritivo como poucos, brinda-nos com uma alegoria dum exuberante Paraíso, onde todo o ambiente recriado apela à constante renovação da natureza, à voluptuosidade, e à reprodução abundante.Um padre desmemoriado e uma rapariga, qual Eva, que na sua ino [...]

    6. I have read other works by Zola (Germinal) and thoroughly enjoyed them. But, not this one. Why I endured 300 pages is beyond me.The book is divided into three sections and the first part is very good. It is the psycho-sexual-religious struggle of a young priest, Mouret, in a small French village. This part of the story has a good setting with interactive characters. Zola takes direct aim through-out at the repressive sexual codes of the Roman Catholic Church – as well as their icons (the Virgi [...]

    7. Pas facile de dire que l'on a pas aimé un élément de ce monument de la littérature française. C'est donc un peu honteux et en gardant la tête basse que je l'écris. Bien sûr, l'écriture est habile et Zola enrobe tous ses propos du style le plus subtile. Bien sûr, la poésie se glisse en tout, transformant les longues descriptions en morceaux de bravoure.Bien sûr, la mise en parallèle de morceau de l'histoire de l'Abbé Mouret avec des références à la Bible est très intelligemment [...]

    8. In English translation, Patrey. (Prentice-Hall 1969).The weirdest Rougon-Macquart novel I've read so far. In three parts: one, Father Mouret is the parish priest of Artauds in the countryside (where everyone is named Artaud and horrible); two, the priest recovers from deep illness/madness and recapitulates the Eden story from Genesis and falls in love; three, Mouret returns to his decrepit church and deals with 'la faute,' and hallucinates some more.We get to live in Mouret's head most of the no [...]

    9. This one is quite different to the others I have read in the series. Having been used to Zola's descriptive language of people and places, and his love of being direct, this novel is more of a blink and you miss it - the "transgression" that is. I'm not sure if it's because of the subject matter in a highly religious country or not, but it's not a highly critical novel of the Catholic faith, more of a sympathetic look at the effect and consequences of Abbe Mourets decision to join the priesthood [...]

    10. One more down in my quest to read all 20 of zola's Rougon-Macquart saga. I REALLY liked this book. Zola mixes the themes of love and life beautifully. Abbe Mouret oversees an impoverished church in the small town of Les Artaud. While not swimming in money or parishioners, abbe mouret is rich in faith. He professes his undying love to a statue of the virgin mary. Soon after, he's struck down with a sickness and amnesia. He awakens in Paradou, a beautiful, Eden-like primal woodland overflowing wit [...]

    11. enjoyable read for those who enjoy Zola's ability to describe scenery. Plot was interesting and was not on the backburner to scene description (as is the case with the Belly of Paris). Zola crafts an interesting world full of fever dreams and supernatural scenery as he pits nature against the Church. I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys Zola, especially his more descriptive works like Belly of Paris and Ladies Paradise.

    12. Among the Rougon-Macquart series from Zola, one of my favorites. The desctription of the Paradou are simply stunning.

    13. This was the first Zola novel that I read - around 17 years of age. I was entranced. This was the first novel that had sexual content that I was exposed to, and yet it was tame compared to 20th and 21st century reads. Even so, this was not what I was interested in - it was the emotional state and soul-tearing torture that Abbé Mouret was going through. In hindsight I believe there would have been some exaggerated moments, surreal elements that may, or may not, be off-putting. The feminine inter [...]

    14. The core of the story a worthy topic. At a time when the Church could have chose a different direction, the church's demand for sexual pity amongst it's priest increases gaps between itself and "the flock". Zola's exploring those affects in a country setting. Zola has a keen eye for the bias of all parties.This is the story of secular vs. religious vision of "moral" living and a person's responsibility towards others. One desires to live in this world and see's it's responsibility here Other, li [...]

    15. 9/20 in Les Rougons-Macquart and Zola is such a badass. This book defies convention and description. A zealous young priest (brother of the guy from the last two books) begins his ministering in a shitty, desolate town full of inbred yokels who could care less about God. Enter fever and memory loss and the luscious young girl who lives in the ruins of the Louis XV garden palace. Insanely detailed and lush writing here, way different than Zolie's other works which are typically urban. At all time [...]

    16. Well, that was a doozy flopping dangerously close to a dud – and it's one of Zola's most hopeful, or maybe happiest book, no wait, only his most romantic. So you know it's not going to end well but the tragedy will be a lover dead, another inscrutable in mourner's garb. Here's the basics: Serge Mouret is a priest who loves the Virgin Mary a little too much, and then he falls sick, wakes up without memory, and falls for a wild girl who nurses him back in a modern-day French garden of Eden. Cue [...]

    17. Attraverso le vicende dell’abate Mouret, il romanzo descrive la lotta tra piaceri carnali e devozione religiosa. Il mondo dei piaceri carnali è rappresentato in maniera duplice: da un lato la laidezza dei paesani, figure grette e quasi bestiali, dall’altro il tripudio di colori e profumi del parco del Paradou dove Sergio e Albina diventano novelli Adamo ed Eva. Lo stile vivido di Zola dipinge alla perfezione i luoghi e le atmosfere; i personaggi, tuttavia, sono talmente artefatti ed estremi [...]

    18. My least favorite of the Rougon-Macquart series so far (including of the later ones I have already read).Too much romance. Too much religion. Too much of a cliché.Summary: young priest loves his job and parish, mostly. Gets very sick, bad fever. Is sent to to convalesce and recover nearby, at the home/park of an old man and his niece. He recovers, but does not know who he is or of his job. Falls in love with the niece. Recovers his strength and health. Wen he does remember, he goes back to his [...]

    19. I gave up on this book half way through as the turgid, overblown descriptions of the Paradou gardens seemed never ending. Other Zola I have read and really enjoyed such as Germinal and Therese Racquin so I think this is a lesser known classic for a reasonMouret's unhealthy sexual fixation on the Virgin Mary and Brother Archangias' extreme misogyny of wanting to kill all women were basically saying that priests need to get laid.

    20. Brilliantly descriptive writing from Zola, you can virtually feel and smell nature through his words, however the book is extraordinarily slow and ponderous in relation to plot and progress. A classic tale of Catholicism embraced by a young man, only to face temptations of the 'flesh' and human nature. Whilst the writing is expansive and incredibly descriptive, for me the book fails to reach the depth necessary for such a provocative subject and therefore ranks as one of Zola's lesser works

    21. Quelle histoire ! Et quelle fin ! J'ai beaucoup aimé ce 5è tome des RM. Et les desciptions également. Malgré tout je regrette la lenteur du livre 2 j'avoue m'être ennuyée à certains passages. Mais dans l'ensemble ça reste une très bonne lecture.

    22. Storia noiosa, trita e ritrita, scontata, con il solito pretucolo che per via viene traviato dalla formosa giovincella, con tutti i drammi annessi che seguono. Una Genesi appestata da quintali di rimandi all'erbario, e liste, liste, ancora liste

    23. Quite dense, but a lovely allegory of a contemporary Genesis story, with its complexities of sin, love and the Fall.

    24. It is sad story about love. Love is a sin for people who don't deserve it.Bless you Albine. I will definitely go to see the painting which has been inspired by your death

    25. Roman en 2 parties ou plus Je n'ai pas réussi à le terminer.La première partie est très bien, mais une fois basculé dans la 2ème, quel ennui !!!

    26. Le récit du Paradis perdu réinventé dans la campagne française du 19ème siècle.Un chef-d’œuvre.

    27. C'est le cinquième Zola de cette saga que je lis et j'ai apprécié l'écriture bien typique de l'époque, les personnages surtout la petite Albine qui m'a marqué. On y retrouve le prêtre Serge Mouret que l'on avait déjà vu dans le tome précédent qui dans la premiere partie fait son travail de curé, dans la deuxième redevient comme aux premières années de sa vie : enfant qui se rapproche de la petite Albine et dans la troisième se trouve perdu entre être homme d'église et amoureux. [...]

    28. This is the fifth book in the series and the fifteenth one that I've read. I read the Elek book version from 1957 called The Abbé Mouret's Sin.This is quite different than all the others of the series except maybe The Dream. The main character is Serge Mouret who appeared in The Conquest of Plassans (a.k.a. A Priest in the House). It's divided into three distinct parts. Basically book one sets the scene: Mouret is a priest in a small insular village where no-one is interested in religion. This [...]

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