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About the novel:
An eloquent portrait of a wretch. One of the most impressive novels from his cycle ""The human comedy"", and considered by many as his masterpiece, in Eugenia Grandet, Balzac painted an unforgettable and eloquent portrait of a greedy guy to whom nothing matters and does not have any scruple either with anybody or even his own daughter, so as to increase his wealth. The maneuverings of the wretched old man and the way that he destroys a series of lives, even the one of his daughter Eugenia, outline a deep psychological study, besides an exciting novel that never loses in interest. Along with the Moliere character, this description of one of the most unfortunate human flaws occupies an important place among the entire literature. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.