Summary Philistine romance

Summary Philistine romance

A. Führtier The
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publisher warns the reader that this book is written not so much for entertainment as for the edifying purpose.
The author promises to tell without ceremony a few love stories that happened to people who can not be called heroes, because they do not command armies, they do not destroy states, they are just ordinary Parisian philistines who are not slow in their path of life.
On one of the big holidays, young Javotta gathered young people in the church on Mober Square. Collection of donations is a touchstone, unmistakably determining the beauty of the girl and the power of love of her fans. The one who sacrificed most was considered the most enamored, and the damsel who collected the largest sum was the most beautiful. Nikodem fell in love with Javotta at first sight. Although she was the daughter of an attorney, and Nicodemos was a lawyer, he began to take care of her in the same way as in a secular society. The diligent reader of “Cyrus” and “Clelia”, Nicodemus tried to be like their heroes. But when he asked Zhavotga to honor him and allow her to become her servant, the girl answered that she does without servants and knows how to do everything herself. To Nicodemus’s exquisite compliments, she responded with such simplicity that she placed the cavalier in a dead end. To get to know Zhavotg better, Nicodemus made friends with her father Volishon, but this was of little use: Javotte’s

modesty, when he appeared, either retired to another room, or remained silent, constrained by the presence of his mother, who never left her one step. To be able to speak freely with the girl, Nicodemus had to announce his desire to marry. After studying the inventory of Nikodem’s movable and immovable property, Wolishon agreed to sign a contract and made a statement in the church.
Many readers will come into indignation: the novel is some kind of curt, completely without intrigue, the author starts right from the wedding, while it should be played only at the end of the tenth volume. But if the readers have at least a drop of patience, they will wait a long way, because “as they say, a lot can happen on the way from the glass to the mouth.” The author should not have done anything so that in this place the heroine of the novel was abducted and later she was abducted as many times as the author chooses to write the volumes, but since the author promised not a ceremonial presentation but a true story, he directly admits that marriage This was hampered by an official protest, on behalf of a certain person named Lucretia, who claimed that she had a written promise to Nicodemus to marry her.
The history of a young town-dweller of Lucretia
The daughter of the rapporteur of the judicial board, she orphaned early and remained in the care of her aunt, the wife of a middle-class lawyer. Aunt Lucretia was an inveterate gambler, and guests gathered in the house every day, coming not so much for the sake of a card game, as for the sake of a beautiful girl. Dowry of Lucretia was invested in some dubious cases, but she nonetheless refused to be a solicitor and wished to go out at least to the Auditor of the Court of Accounts or the state treasurer, believing that it was this husband that matched the size of her dowry according to the marriage rate. The author notifies the reader that modern marriage is the combination of one sum of money with another, and even gives a table of suitable parties to help those marrying. Once in the church Lucretia saw a young marquis. She fascinated him at first sight, and he began to look for an opportunity to reduce her acquaintance. He was lucky: while driving in a carriage along the street where Lucretia lived, he saw her on the threshold of the house: she was waiting for the late guests. The Marquis opened the door and leaned out of the carriage to bow and try to start a conversation, but then a horse rode down the street, smearing the Marquise and Lucretius. The girl invited the marquis to the house to clean or wait until he was brought fresh linens and clothes. The petty bourgeois from among the guests began to mock the Marquis, taking him for an unlucky provincial, but he answered them so witty that awakened the interest of Lucretia. She allowed him to visit their house, and he appeared the next day. Unfortunately, Lucretia did not have a confidante, and the Marquis had a squire: it was usually the heroes of the novels that retold their secret conversations. But lovers always say the same thing, and if readers open the ” Amadis, Cyrus or Astreu, they will find everything they need right away. “Marques captivated Lucretia not only with a pleasant appearance and secular attitude, but also with wealth, but she yielded to his harassment only after he had formally promised to join with her as a mystery, as the connection with the marquis was a secret, the fans continued to besiege Lucrezia, and among the admirers was Nicodemus. (Once before the acquaintance with Javotte, Nicodemus also gave Lucretia a written promise to marry her.) Lucretia did not intend to marry married to Nicodemus, but still retained the document, and on occasion she boasted to his neighbor, a public affairs attorney, Wilflatten, so when Volichton told Wilflatten that he was extraditing his daughter for Nikodem, Lukrezia, without her knowledge, protested on her behalf. By this time, the Marquis had already thrown Lucretia, having stolen his marriage obligation before that. Lucretia was expecting the child from the Marquis, and she needed to get married before her position became noticeable. She reasoned that if she won the case, she would get a husband, and if she lost, she would be able to state that she did not approve of the lawsuit initiated by Villeflatten without her knowledge.
Upon learning of the protest of Lucretia, Nicodemus decided to pay off from her and offered her two thousand crowns to stop the matter immediately. Uncle Lucretia, who was her guardian, signed the agreement without even telling her niece. Nicodem hurried to Javotte, but after being convicted of debauchery, her parents had already decided to give her away for Nicodemus and had managed to find her a richer and more reliable groom-the boring and miserly Jean Bedou. Cousin Bedou – Laurente – introduced Bedou Javotte, and the girl liked the old bachelor so much that he wrote her a bombastic love message, which the simple-hearted Javotta did not print to her father. Laurente introduced Javotta to one of the fashionable circles in Paris. The hostess of the house where the society was going to was very special, but she hid her knowledge as something shameful. Her cousin was her complete opposite and tried to parade her scholarship. Writer Sharosel (an anagram of Charles Sorel) complained that the publishers stubbornly do not want to print his works, it does not help even that he keeps the carriage, which immediately sees a good writer. Philaletus read his “Tale of the Lost Amur.” Pancras at first sight fell in love with Javotta, and when she said she wanted to learn how to speak as fluently as other young ladies, she sent her five volumes of Astrea, after reading which Javotta felt a fiery love for Pancras. She strongly denied Nicodemus what made her parents very happy, but when it came to signing a marriage contract with Jean Bede, she left her daughter’s obedience and flatly refused to take the pen in her hands. Angry parents sent a stubborn daughter to a monastery, and Jean Bedou soon became comforted and thanked God for having rescued him from the horns, which inevitably threatened him in the event of a marriage to Javotte. Thanks to generous donations Pankras every day hung his beloved in the monastery, all the rest of the time she devoted to reading novels. After reading all the romance novels, Zhavotta bored. Because the parents were ready to take her out of the monastery only if she agreed to marry Bedou (they did not know that he had already decided not to marry), Javotta accepted Pancras’s offer to take her away. all the rest of the time she devoted to reading novels. After reading all the romance novels, Zhavotta bored. Because the parents were ready to take her out of the monastery only if she agreed to marry Bedou (they did not know that he had already decided not to marry), Javotta accepted Pancras’s offer to take her away. all the rest of the time she devoted to reading novels. After reading all the romance novels, Zhavotta bored. Because the parents were ready to take her out of the monastery only if she agreed to marry Bedou (they did not know that he had already decided not to marry), Javotta accepted Pancras’s offer to take her away.
Lucrezia became very pious and retired to the monastery, where she met and became friends with Javotte. When the time came for her to give birth, she notified her friends that she needed solitude and asked her not to worry, and left the monastery and, having been freed from the burden, moved to another monastery known for the strictness of the charter. There she met Laurence, visiting a nun friend. Lorana decided that Lucretia would be a good wife to her cousin, and Bedou, who after a failure with a windy Javotte decided to marry a girl taken straight from the monastery, married Lucretia. Readers will learn about happily or unhappily they lived in a marriage if the fashion comes to describe the life of married women.
At the beginning of the second book, in an address to the reader, the author warns that this book is not an extension of the first one and there is no connection between them. This is a series of minor adventures and incidents, which is before the connection between them, then the author provides care for it to the bookbinder. The reader should forget that before him a novel, and read the book as separate stories about all kinds of everyday events.
The history of Sharossil, the Colantine and Belatra
Sharosel did not want to be called a writer and wanted to be considered a nobleman and only, although his father was just a lawyer. Evil and envious, Sharosel did not tolerate another’s glory, and every new work created by others hurt him, so that life in France, where many bright minds, was a torture for him. In his younger years, some success fell on him, but when he went to more serious works, how his books stopped selling and, besides the proof-reader, no one read them. If the author wrote a novel by all rules, it would be difficult for him to invent adventures for his hero, who never knew love and devoted his whole life of hatred. The longest was his affair with a girl who had the same evil temper as his. She was the daughter of a bailiff named Kolantina. They got acquainted in court, where Kolantina led several litigations at the same time. After appearing to visit Kolantin, Sharosel tried to read to her some of his works, but she talked incessantly about her litigation, not letting him insert a word. They parted very happy with the order that they annoyed each other. Stubborn Sharosel decided at all costs to compel Kolantin to listen to at least one of his works and regularly visited her. One day, Sharosel and Kolantina fought, because Kolantin did not want to consider him a nobleman. Kolantina got less, but she screamed louder and, wiping her hands with graphite and having stuck several bandages, got money compensation and an order to arrest Sharosel. Frightened Sharosel took shelter in the country house of one of his friends, where he began to write a satire on Kolantina and the whole female sex. Sharosel brought in an acquaintance with a certain attorney from Chatelet, who initiated a case against Colantine and succeeded in repealing the previous court ruling. Successful for Sharosel, the outcome of the matter not only did not restore Colantine against him, but even exalted him in her eyes, for she decided to marry only one who will overcome her in a judicial duel, just as Atlanta decided to give her love to the one who will defeat her in the running. So, after the process, the friendship between Sharosel and Kolantina became even closer, but here Sharosel had a rival – the third jerk, ignorant Beltar, with whom Kolantina led an endless litigation. Confessing to Kolantina in love, Beltar said that he was fulfilling the Gospel law, which tells a man to love his enemies. He threatened to bring criminal proceedings against the eyes of the Colantine, who had killed him and stole his heart, and promised to obtain a conviction for them with personal arrest and compensation for protoss and losses. The speech of Belatra was much more pleasant than Kolantina, than the rhetoric of Sharosel. Inspired by success, Beltar sent Kolantine a love letter, abounding in legal terms. Her respect for Beltar increased, and she found him worthy of even more fierce persecution. During one of their squabbles the secretary of Belatra entered, who brought to him the inventory of the property of the deceased Mythophylactus (under that name Furytier brought himself out). Everyone was interested in the inventory, and Secretary Volateran began to read. After listing the pathetic furniture and orders of the testator followed the catalog of Mythophylact books, among which was the “Universal French Fool”, “Poetic Dictionary” and “Encyclopedia of Initiations” in four volumes, The secretary read aloud the contents of which, as well as the price of various types of praise. Beltar made a proposal to Kolantina, but the need to stop the litigation with him became an obstacle to marriage. Sharosel also asked Colantine’s hand and obtained consent. It’s hard to say what inspired him to this step probably, he married spitefully himself. Young people just did what they scolded: even during the wedding feast, there were several scenes that vividly recalled the battle of centaurs with the Lapiths. Kolantina demanded a divorce and started a lawsuit with Sharosel. “They have been tried all the time, are now judged and will be judged for as many years as the Lord God will let them go.” but the need to stop with him litigation became an obstacle to marriage. Sharosel also asked Colantine’s hand and obtained consent. It’s hard to say what inspired him to this step probably, he married spitefully himself. Young people just did what they scolded: even during the wedding feast, there were several scenes that vividly recalled the battle of centaurs with the Lapiths. Kolantina demanded a divorce and started a lawsuit with Sharosel. “They have been tried all the time, are now judged and will be judged for as many years as the Lord God will let them go.” but the need to stop with him litigation became an obstacle to marriage. Sharosel also asked Colantine’s hand and obtained consent. It’s hard to say what inspired him to this step probably, he married spitefully himself. Young people just did what they scolded: even during the wedding feast, there were several scenes that vividly recalled the battle of centaurs with the Lapiths. Kolantina demanded a divorce and started a lawsuit with Sharosel. “They have been tried all the time, are now judged and will be judged for as many years as the Lord God will let them go.” vividly reminiscent of the battle of the Centaurs with the Lapiths. Kolantina demanded a divorce and started a lawsuit with Sharosel. “They have been tried all the time, are now judged and will be judged for as many years as the Lord God will let them go.” vividly reminiscent of the battle of the Centaurs with the Lapiths. Kolantina demanded a divorce and started a lawsuit with Sharosel. “They have been tried all the time, are now judged and will be judged for as many years as the Lord God will let them go.”


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Summary Philistine romance