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Example sentences from the Web for Stendhal
Like Flaubert, Tolstoy and Stendhal greatly admired Walter Scott.
This exile was all the more irksome as Stendhal's amoristic history had now reached its great climax.
This little work, rushed off in a few hours, is one of Stendhal's happiest efforts.
In 1842, Stendhal, with his physical and intellectual faculties still unimpaired, died suddenly at the age of fifty-nine.
The life of Stendhal no doubt may not have been as ideally satisfactory as his theories may have warranted.
To this lady Stendhal set himself to lay a siege, which was eventually successful after a quite unnecessary duration.
British Dictionary definitions for Stendhal
Cultural definitions for Stendhal
The nom de plume of the nineteenth-century French writer and critic Henry Marie Bayle. A major influence on the development of the modern novel, Stendhal's romantic, psychologically realistic works include The Red and the Black and The Charterhouse of Parma.