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Honest people will see how to go about changing watches from one pocket to another, rascals will learn excellent new fishing methods. The author of Lucien Leuwen admired his political predictions and shared his admiration for Roman civilization, for the Cloaca maxima noted by Montesquieu Promenades dans Rome , p.
He pauses over the question of luxury and sumptuary laws, discussed in book VII. He also takes an interest in the ideas bearing on gallantry or the desire to please formulated in the same work. He no doubt admires the Dissertation on the policy of the Romans concerning religion , but only to insist on the negative role of religion. The status of this manuscript has doubtless been enhanced by a number of other factors. Stendhal's tendency, in the area of autobiographical writing, to lay stress on the 'premier jet' as the guarantor of truth, has tended to privilege the manuscript.
Vie Henri Brulard
Thus it offers rich pickings to the genetic critic. It constitutes, as Gerald Rannaud suggests, 'une entite genetique complete', 4 revealing within itself the enriching dimension of time that genetic criticism strives to create in respect of a definitive text. Jacques Neefs has sought to give theoretical underpinning to the fascination with Stendhal's manuscripts and the sense of their inviolability in his concept of the 'volume manuscrit'.
He speaks of the 'inachevement pour ainsi dire concerte, amenage' of the major manuscripts 7 and argues that Stendhal is intent on re-creating for his reader the experience of writing, whether a novel, in the case of Lucien Leuwen, or autobiography in the case of the Souvenirs and the Vie de Henry Brulard. The Vie de Henry Brulard, he suggests, 'dramatise lisiblement le fait meme d'ecrire' p.
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Traces of the present, elements of the daily life that surround the writing and potentially interact with it, are reflected in it. Stendhal thereby succeeds in conferring on the written text an extra dimension, that of the present of writing. Thus our fascination with elements of the text that were once regarded as marginal, both literally and metaphorically, receives an explanation and justification.