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Beyle

[beyl] /beɪl/
noun
1.
Marie Henri
[ma-ree ahn-ree] /maˈri ɑ̃ˈri/ (Show IPA)
real name of Stendhal.
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  • During his lifetime Beyle was isolated, and had a pride in isolation.

  • But I do not find fault with Beyle for drawing her, and she, too, is very human.

  • Beyle himself recognized the necessity of the reader's collaboration.

  • Mrime also arranged a meeting between Victor Hugo and Beyle in 1829 or 1830.

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  • Hugo knew that Beyle was an enemy of poetry, of the lyric, of the "ideal."

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  • Beyle had an antipathy for Hugo, Hugo thoroughly disliked Beyle.

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  • Vigan—when she asked him: "Beyle, they say that you are in love with me!"

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  • Beyle was ever curious, impertinently so—the Paul Pry of psychologists.

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  • From Beyle to Huysmans is not such a remote modulation as might be imagined.

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  • She embodies all the energy, tantalizing charm, and paradox of Beyle.

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