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The salt smugglers

by GГ©rard de Nerval

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  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Archipelago Books in Brooklyn, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lost books -- France -- Fiction,
  • Censorship -- France -- History -- 19th century -- Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    Translation of: Les faux saulniers.

    Statementby Gérard de Nerval ; translated from the French by Richard Sieburth.
    GenreFiction
    ContributionsSieburth, Richard.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPQ2260.G36 F3813 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23203127M
    ISBN 109780980033069
    LC Control Number2009014413

    Smugglers' Reef book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. though do get a hand from new friends such as the likable old salt Cap'n Mike and some familiar members of The Fourth Estate. They're trying to solve the mystery of why a fishing boat crashed on Smugglers' Reef and what's happening in the mysterious Creek 4/5. The Noble Smuggler was a very enjoyable read. I had some suspicions that were happily proven false, and the guessing of certain pieces of this puzzle kept me /5(29).

    The events of this kind in The Salt Smugglers will be familiar to readers of La Bohème galante and of Angélique and Sylvie from Les Filles du feu, for the good reason that Nerval later recycled and cannibalized Les Faux Saulniers in three different places (the history of the abbé de Bucquoy is more commonly found in its truncated form in the Author: Archipelago. Gérard de Nerval, The Salt Smugglers: History of the Abbé de Bucquoy. / Ginsburg, Michal P. In: H-France Review, Vol. 11, No. , Research output: Contribution to journal › Author: Michal P. Ginsburg.

    Get this from a library! The salt smugglers: history of the Abbé de Bucquoy. [Gérard de Nerval; Richard Sieburth] -- First published as a feuilleton in a left-wing newspaper in , The Salt Smugglers provides a political satire of the waning days of France's short-lived Second Republic. With nods to Diderot and. The salt smugglers: history of the Abbé de Bucquoy Gérard de Nerval ; translated from the French by Richard Sieburth. [Brooklyn, NY]: Archipelago Books ; [Minneapolis, Minn.]: Distributed by Consortium Book Sales and Distribution,


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Gérard de Nerval's The Salt Smugglers is, in large part, a response to this law. Awarded with a commission for a historical serial novel, Nerval's plans were thwarted by the new law.

Instead of a novel, he undertakes to write a history of the life of the abbé de Bucquoy, a /5(2). The Salt Smugglers is an unearthed pre-postmodern gem. By writing a first-person narrative detailing his dizzying quest for an elusive book holding the history of the Abbé de Bucquoy, Nerval was able to dance with the censors of the day who forbid fiction to appear in newspaper serials while questioning and opening the borders between fact and.

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The gardens of one Chinese province has become a tourist attraction because of the salt by: Salt-smugglers (preliminary version) A "faux-saunier" is a salt-smuggler. In France, the price of salt varies by region.

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By writing a first-person narrative text in which he himself is in search of a lost book containing the history of the Abbe de Bucquoy, Gerard de Nerval 5/5(1). This is the video of the book reading given by Richard Sieburth upon the release of his translation of Gerard de Nerval's "The Salt Smugglers." It took place at Idlewild Books in Manhattan.

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If you're looking for the trippy de Nerval of Aurelia, you won't be disappointed (he meanders into all sorts of strange tales of troubled love). SALT-SMUGGLERS. The settlement of New France was possible because of the contribution of many groups.

The volunteer settlers, the soldiers and the "filles du roi" ["daughters of the king"-- these were orphan girls of decent background who were given passage and a small dowry by the French government to go find husbands and a life in the New World] were among the best-known.

The Salt Smugglers is rambling and episodic — "an ephemeral journalistic performance addressed to the political topicalities of the ailing Second Republic" — but still an appealing amusement. Brief endnotes explain references that might be unclear to the modern reader and a nice twelve page postscript by translator Richard Sieburth explains.The Smugglers.

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