It is said that a priest from Vendee named 'Cure', who was trying to escape from persecution by the French made this cheese for the first and hence the cheese is named after him. Though Nantais cheese was produced in local farms for many years, it is now produced in number of modern dairies and traditional process of making Nantais is still followed.
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Nantais is served along with fish dishes, or over pears and apples. It can also be used as an ingredient for various dishes such as gratins or tarts. Moreover, it can be made a part of a cheese platter.
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All of this just to read of the love of a mother for her son and the risks she was willing to take for him. It is My reading set in the various periods of the French Revolution came to fruition in this. It is a story told only as Balzac could tell it. Still, it is just a very short story, a very strong 3-stars, but too short to become four.
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May 08, Ben rated it liked it. Set in the Revolutionary Period, , this story has similarities to Les Chouans , even with explicit mention of the Chouans. The more I read Balzac, the more I recognize patterns in the web that is La Set in the Revolutionary Period, , this story has similarities to Les Chouans , even with explicit mention of the Chouans. It was, Balzac believed, as a historian that he would be most remembered, a man who is wider than he is deep to paraphrase Balzac himself , who, as Friedrich Engels writes, can teach us more about the conditions of life than many statisticians, economists and historians put together.
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Short Story. During the French revolution, an aristocratic woman desperately hopes in the return of her son from the royalist army. The story focuses on the mother's pain of not knowing her son's whereabouts. It was too short a story to really get into it. Characters were too uni-dimensional. Sep 27, David Bisset rated it it was ok. Not his best short story. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This isn't a review, it's just a brief summary from my reading journal. There are spoilers throughout. I didn't enjoy this short story as much as others I have read such as An Episode under the Terror.
It's the story of an aristocrat, Mme de Dey who has survived the French Revolution thus far, and flees to her summer place in Normandy because it's safer there. She takes care not to live a life of luxury but makes sure that the locals are treated generously.
Still, they become suspicio This isn't a review, it's just a brief summary from my reading journal. Still, they become suspicious when they notice preparations for a feast and there's some deft footwork to evade their notice - because she's really expecting a visit from her son, who'd fled to England and has now returned to take part in an uprising.
But she dies, and it turns out that he also dies in battle at the very same time. L'histoire de ce roman se passe en Du jour au lendemain, elle se coupe de monde. Une grande partie de ce livre est sur l'attende de Madame de Dey. Pour la fin, elle est typique des autres romans de Balzac. Another short Balzac story that's ok, but of very little consequence and rather sacharine too. An aristocrat in mids France hears that her beloved son is coming home from overseas and is desperately worried that he's going to be caught an executed. Silly, sentimental hogwash.
It's difficult to believe that stories like this came from the same pen that wrote Father Goriot. Madame de Dey is a noble, rich widow whose son, an officer in the dragoons, has chosen to follow the Princes into exile. She remains behind in a precarious position to look after his fortune. She is now awaiting her son's arrival in disguise. Sep 09, Steve rated it liked it. Fairly ho hum not one of his best. Marie-Belle rated it did not like it Sep 07, Mikael rated it liked it Apr 03, Ben Seddon rated it liked it Sep 02, Alex Ioana rated it it was ok Aug 29, Ben Saddler rated it it was ok Aug 23, Jack rated it really liked it Sep 19, Cheer rated it liked it Dec 12, Josiah Richardson rated it it was ok Jul 06, Veselina Zhecheva rated it really liked it Mar 19, Eadweard rated it liked it Oct 12, Richard Pollitt rated it really liked it May 16, Ewa Nowakowska rated it really liked it Jun 03, Andrew rated it liked it Oct 12, Lazar Adrian rated it really liked it Sep 16, Samuel Regueira rated it it was ok Aug 08, Jaz rated it really liked it Jun 07, Terry rated it liked it May 24,
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