Women in the Life of Balzac

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Women in the Life of Balzac  (1921) 
by Juanita Helm Floyd
First published 1921 by Henry Holt and Company. See also Author:Honoré de Balzac.

WOMEN IN THE LIFE OF BALZAC

BY

JUANITA HELM FLOYD


TO

MY SISTER NANNIE

" . . . for no one knows the secret of my life,
and I do not wish to disclose it to any one."
Lettres a l'Etrangere, V. I, p. 418, July 19, 1837.

Contents[edit]

  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Author's Note
  • Chapter I: Biographical Sketch of Balzac
  • Chapter II: Relatives and Family Friends
    • Part I: Balzac's Mother
    • Part II: Madame Surville, Madame Mallet, Madame Duhamel
    • Part III: Madame Sallambier, Madame de Montzaigle, Madame de Brugnolle, Madame Delannoy, Madame de Pommereul, Madame de Margonne
    • Part IV: Madame Carraud, Madame Nivet
  • Chapter III: Literary Friends
    • Part I: Madame Gay, Madame Hamelin, Madame de Girardin, Madame Desbordes-Valmore, Madame Dorval
    • Part II: La Duchesse d'Abrantes
    • Part III: La Princesse Belgiojoso, Madame Marbouty, la Comtesse d'Agoult, George Sand
  • Chapter IV: Business and Social Friends
    • Part I: Madame Bechet, Madame Werdet
    • Part II: Madame Rossini, Madame Recamier, la Duchesse de Dino, la Comtesse Appony, Madame de Bernard, Madame David, la Baronne Gerard
    • Part III: La Comtesse Visconti, Madame de Valette, Mademoiselle Kozlowska
    • Part IV: La Comtesse Turheim, la Comtesse de Bocarme, la Comtesse Merlin, la Princesse Galitzin de Genthol, la Baronne de Rothschild, la Comtesse Maffei, la Comtesse Serafina San-Serverino, la Comtesse Bolognini
    • Part V: La Princesse Bagration, la Comtesse, Bossi, Madame Kisseleff, la Princesse de Schonburg, Madame Jaroslas Potocka, la Baronne de Pfaffins, la Comtesse Delphine Potocka
    • Part VI: Maria, Helene, Louise
  • Chapter V: Sentimental Friendships
    • Part I: Madame de Berny
    • Part II: La Duchesse de Castries, Madamoiselle de Trumilly
    • Part III: Madame Hanska, la Comtesse Mniszech, Mademoiselle Borel, Mesdemoiselles Wylezynska, la Comtesse Rosalie Rzewuska, Mademoiselle Caliste Rzewuska, Madame Cherkowitsch, Madame Riznitsch, la Comtesse Marie Potocka
  • Conclusion


This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1923.

The author died in 1979, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 30 years or less. This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.