Moonlight

[Epub] ❤ Moonlight  ➞ Guy de Maupassant – Johndore.co.uk
  • Moonlight
  • Guy de Maupassant
  • 22 May 2018

About the Author: Guy de Maupassant

Henri Ren Albert Guy de Maupassant was a popular 19th century French writer He is one of the fathers of the modern short story A protege of Flaubert, Maupassant s short stories are characterized by their economy of style and their efficient effortless d nouement He also wrote six short novels A number of his stories often denote the futility of war and the innocent civilians who get crushed i


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10 thoughts on “Moonlight

  1. Nina Dixon says:

    This story is a well written short story and Maupassant makes it clear what exactly he wants the readers to learn from the text If you are looking to understand what exactly love is all about and where to find it then this is the tale for you Though this story is very straightforward there are some portions of it that do not seem as important The story beginning with Madame Letore having such grave concern for her sister ends up being something that is never explained This confuses me because after she gets over this worry that portion of the story is never looked at again It seems unnecessary considering the real meaning of the story as a whole, I do not understand why Maupassant spent so much of the story on this scene Moonlight is a quick read and goes down easy, other than the small details that gave me pause, one wouldn t find too much trouble comprehending the material I would not recommend this to someone for leisurely reading but if this is an assignment or one is required to read this then you may enjoy it.

  2. Mai Sami says:

    You see, sister, very often it is not a man that we love, but love itself And your real lover that night was the moonlight.