La Princesse de Babylone

La Princesse de Babylone

Voltaire / Jun 20, 2019

La Princesse de Babylone Ce qu il y avait de plus admirable Babylone ce qui clipsait tout le reste tait la fille unique du roi nomm e Formosante Ce fut d apr s ses portraits et ses statues que dans la suite des si cles P

  • Title: La Princesse de Babylone
  • Author: Voltaire
  • ISBN: 9782253136439
  • Page: 200
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  • Ce qu il y avait de plus admirable Babylone, ce qui clipsait tout le reste, tait la fille unique du roi, nomm e Formosante Ce fut d apr s ses portraits et ses statues que, dans la suite des si cles, Praxit le sculpta son Aphrodite et celle qu on nomma la V nus aux belles fesses Que de diff rence, ciel de l original aux copies Aussi B lus tait plus fier de sa Ce qu il y avait de plus admirable Babylone, ce qui clipsait tout le reste, tait la fille unique du roi, nomm e Formosante Ce fut d apr s ses portraits et ses statues que, dans la suite des si cles, Praxit le sculpta son Aphrodite et celle qu on nomma la V nus aux belles fesses Que de diff rence, ciel de l original aux copies Aussi B lus tait plus fier de sa fille que de son royaume Elle avait dix huit ans il lui fallait un poux digne d elle, mais o le trouver

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      • Voltaire

        Complete works 1880 archive details oeuvrescoIn 1694, Age of Enlightenment leader Francois Marie Arouet, known as Voltaire, was born in Paris Jesuit educated, he began writing clever verses by the age of 12 He launched a lifelong, successful playwriting career in 1718, interrupted by imprisonment in the Bastille Upon a second imprisonment, in which Francois adopted the pen name Voltaire, he was released after agreeing to move to London There he wrote Lettres philosophiques 1733 , which galvanized French reform The book also satirized the religious teachings of Rene Descartes and Blaise Pascal, including Pascal s famed wager on God Voltaire wrote The interest I have in believing a thing is not a proof of the existence of that thing Voltaire s French publisher was sent to the Bastille and Voltaire had to escape from Paris again, as judges sentenced the book to be torn and burned in the Palace Voltaire spent a calm 16 years with his deistic mistress, Madame du Chatelet, in Lorraine He met the 27 year old married mother when he was 39 In his memoirs, he wrote I found, in 1733, a young woman who thought as I did, and decided to spend several years in the country, cultivating her mind He dedicated Traite de metaphysique to her In it the Deist candidly rejected immortality and questioned belief in God It was not published until the 1780s Voltaire continued writing amusing but meaty philosophical plays and histories After the earthquake that leveled Lisbon in 1755, in which 15,000 people perished and another 15,000 were wounded, Voltaire wrote Po me sur le d sastre de Lisbonne Poem on the Lisbon Disaster But how conceive a God supremely good Who heaps his favours on the sons he loves, Yet scatters evil with as large a hand Voltaire purchased a chateau in Geneva, where, among other works, he wrote Candide 1759 To avoid Calvinist persecution, Voltaire moved across the border to Ferney, where the wealthy writer lived for 18 years until his death Voltaire began to openly challenge Christianity, calling it the infamous thing He wrote Frederick the Great Christianity is the most ridiculous, the most absurd, and bloody religion that has ever infected the world Voltaire ended every letter to friends with Ecrasez l infame crush the infamy the Christian religion His pamphlet, The Sermon on the Fifty 1762 went after transubstantiation, miracles, biblical contradictions, the Jewish religion, and the Christian God Voltaire wrote that a true god surely cannot have been born of a girl, nor died on the gibbet, nor be eaten in a piece of dough, or inspired books, filled with contradictions, madness, and horror He also published excerpts of Testament of the Abbe Meslier, by an atheist priest, in Holland, which advanced the Enlightenment Voltaire s Philosophical Dictionary was published in 1764 without his name Although the first edition immediately sold out, Geneva officials, followed by Dutch and Parisian, had the books burned It was published in 1769 as two large volumes Voltaire campaigned fiercely against civil atrocities in the name of religion, writing pamphlets and commentaries about the barbaric execution of a Huguenot trader, who was first broken at the wheel, then burned at the stake, in 1762 Voltaire s campaign for justice and restitution ended with a posthumous retrial in 1765, during which 40 Parisian judges declared the defendant innocent Voltaire urgently tried to save the life of Chevalier de la Barre, a 19 year old sentenced to death for blasphemy for failing to remove his hat during a religious procession In 1766, Chevalier was beheaded after being tortured, then his body was burned, along with a copy of Voltaire s Philosophical Dictionary Voltaire s statue at the Pantheon was melted down during Nazi occupation D 1778.Voltaire 1694 1778 , pseud nimo de Fran ois


    661 Comments

    1. O génio de Voltaire produziu mais uma maravilhosa novela. Nesta o filósofo crítica as grandes civilizações e os seus monarcas. Relata a história da princesa da Babilónia que devido a sua formosura possui muitos pretendentes. Para desposa-la eles tem de prestar uma série de provas. Só que nenhum deles saí vencedor. Apenas um jovem pastor é corajoso o suficiente para ganhar o coração da princesa.A donzela parte em busca do seu amado pelos vários países do mundo. É através dessa vi [...]


    2. Candide veya Zadig kadar parlak bir eser olmasa da; Voltaire ile yine mitolojiden tarihe pek çok bereketli pınardan beslenen büyülü bir yolculuğa çıkacaksınız.



    3. "Los habitantes de Galia son los niños, y me gusta jugar con ellos"La princesa de Babilonia es un cuento fantástico, un poco simple e infantil que narra las desventuras de Formosanta, princesa de Babilonia en busca de su amado Amazan.Es un cuento corto y sencillo de entender y entretenido cuyo objetivo principal es la crítica de la sociedad europea moderna. El viaje sirve para describir las costumbres, sobre todo sociales y políticas de cada país de Europa como Francia, España, Alemania, I [...]


    4. This book is sure one of the worst works of Voltaire. It is very simple for being considered as a philosophical work (it contains no philosophy in it but only satire). What is more this work is based on one of his eariler works; "Candide". My point is that if you read "Candide" it is useless to read this one.


    5. I can comfortably say that this is one of Voltaire's books which I have read and understood fully. And that makes me proud. Not that I never understood some of his previous works, but lets jist say they were not easy to grasp. One thing they have in common is there profound moral stories. Here Voltaire narrates to us they story of a princess who is being wooed by three kings and one ordinary man. However, she is not lucky enough to find her Knight. As the oracle predicted, she will not fall in l [...]


    6. در این کتاب شش داستان از شیرین ترین داستانهای ولتر نویسنده نامدار فرانسوی ترجمه شده است سفرنامه اسکارمانتو داستان جوانی است که در جستجوی حقیقت گرد جهان می گردد ولی همه جا جز گمراهی و تعصب چیزی نمی بیند در داستان سپید و سیاه ولتر مساله سرنوشت و جبر را به میان می کشد و در پی گشود [...]


    7. ب نظر من زیبا‌ترین گفت گویِ ایراد شده در این کتاب، همانا گفتگئوی زیبای بین شاهزاده خانمِ بابل و شیطان هست. در این کتاب گفتارهای و افکاری به تحریر درامده اند که در عین ساده بودن بسیار وزین هستند.من این کتاب را با ترجمهٔ زنده یاد منصوری خوانده‌ام و دارم.ولتر جزوه محبوب نویسندگا [...]




    8. Some say this is a work of philosophy, if so then so is every fairytale ever told and every Gulliver-esque satire ever penned.It starts off like ancient myth or history, but aesthetically more akin to 'Gods of Egypt' than say 'Moses'. After a while it gives up on this and becomes more of a satire. Most of the satire is still understandable but some is a little hard to decipher.The fairytale love story elements take a bit of an interesting turn towards the end but not enough. And then its all ove [...]


    9. I read this in Voltaire's Romances in One Volume. Ostensibly it's a romantic comedy, but Voltaire takes a few opportunities to poke at the histories of eastern and western countries and lifestyles. He seems quite taken by Catherine the Great, and favors the eastern culture over western. Much of his satire was lost on me because my understanding of history is so scant. A little Voltaire goes a long way. I will go read something else before continuing with "The White Bull."


    10. Read it a long time ago and I hope one day I will have the chance to read it again. Till this day I remember how Voltaire described the characters. It inspired a lot of my writings and thinking. If you are patient enough to weigh, deliberate, and digest every single notion that you read, I think this book is worth the shot.


    11. Понравилось меньше, чем другие вещи Вольтера. Слишком много обобщений и преувеличений. Отдельно возмутили похвалы Екатерине Великой, показывающие, что в политике Вольтер не разбирался или не хотел разбираться. Когда он пишет о вещах, с которыми я сама незнакома, все отличн [...]


    12. Это ещё одна весьма хорошая работа Вольтера. Она довольно типична философским работам автора. В ней как всегда Вольтер стремиться не только открыть глаза читателей намного шире, но и приводит хорошие примеры для подражания.


    13. شاهزاده خانم بابل همراه با چند داستان دیگر از ولتر توسط ناصح ناطق به فارسی برگردانده شده و بنگاه ترجمه و نشر کتاب آن را منتشر کرده است.


    14. This story was really interesting and engaging. I loved the fact that it was written like a fairytale: it was full of noble princes and princesses, mythical animals and grand adventures.




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