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Balciul desertaciunilor has ratings and reviews. Chrissie said: I am dumping this. I should never have picked it up. I have listened to abo. Balciul desertaciunilor () de William Makepeace Thakeray este o nuvela satrica a bunelor si titlul,nuvela are ca tema vanitatea celor. Vanity Fair Serial TV / Bâlciul deșertăciunilor TV Series, regizor James Strong, dramă. Distributie Vanity Fair: Olivia Cooke,Johnny Flynn,Claudia Jessie.
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Balciul desertaciunilor de William Makepeace Thakeray este o nuvela satrica a bunelor maniere. Autorul pare sa dessrtaciunilor atentioneze cititorii inca de la inceput ca banii si puterea,desi importanti in viat ade zi cu zi,nu conduc in mod obligatoriu la fericire sau multumire,si nu ar trebui sa ajunga balcihl dorinta in viata. Pinkerton,pentru a-si trai viata in Vanity Fair,un loc imaginar,a urcarii sociale si a cautarii bunastarii financiare.
Amelia apartine unei familii bune,si considera ca bunastarea financiara sau puterea nu ar trebui sa fie important j99b e in viata,dar Rebecca este o orfana si simte ca aceste lucruri ar trebui sa fie singurul ei scop in viata.
Rebecca incearca din rasputeri sa intre in lumea buna a societatii,si in cercul social inalt din Vanity Fair,casatorindu-se cu fratele Ameliei,prin seductie. El este de parere ca avand-o pe Rebecca ,o fata de o clasa sociala mica,ca sora vitrega,a fi foarte umilitor si nemultumitor pentru el. Rebecca este dessertaciunilor furioasa si frustrata,dar se angajeaza ca guvernanta al Queen Crawley,si in scurt timp reuseste sa se marite cu al doilea fiu al sirului Pitt Crawley.
Desertacihnilor urma acestui lucru,matusa bogata a lui Rawdon in dezmostenesteinfuriata de ceea ce nepotul ei facuse.
Pe de cealalta parte,William Dobbin,un pritene de-al lui George Osborne,se comporta ca un instrument si mediator pentru a-i casatori pe Amelia si George,cand tatal lui George isi arata ezitarea si nemultumirea a faptului ca cei doi se vor casatorii,datorita faptului ca tatal Ameliei,si-a pierdut toata averea. George este dezmostenit de asemenea de tatal sau cand aude de casatoria celor doi.
Acum atat Amelia cat si Rebecca plutesc pe aceasi barca in acelsi timp. Amandoua incearca sa isi duca viata si sa isi suporte familia cu putine resurse.
George pleaca sa lupte la Waterloo si moare acolo. Pentru ca Amelia sa nu ii refuze ajutorulorgolioasa fiind ,face totul in secret. Fratele las al Ameliei,Joseph se intoarce la postul sau din Indiadupa ce a plecat din Waterloo datorita bombardamentelor.
Amelia si Rebecca devin mamici si nasc doi copii. Prin spiritul manipulativ,Rebbeca il convige pe Rawdon ca il va imbogatii ,dar ca desfrtaciunilor fapt ea ascunde toate bijuteriile ei primte de la domni generosi,ascunse de Rawdon. In scurt timp isi revine si il observa pe lordul Steyne,primid o mare cantitate de diamante si bijuterii de la el. Ca urmare a neglijentei Rebecai,Rawdon se apropie tot mai mult de nevasta fratelui sau,Lady Jane,care era mostenitoare unei matusi.
Subliniind si impunandu-si punctul de vedere,ca bunatatea si relatiile vor fi intotdeauna peste desertaciunklor si putere,autorul arata ca lucrurile se schimba din ce in ce mai rau pentru Rebecca Rawdon. Rawdon isi da desertaciuni,or de fatarnicia Rebecai ,si de faptul ca banii inseamna totul pentru ea.
O paraseste pentru a se anjaga in insula Coventry si moare acolo de febra galbena. Amelia se arata a fi incapabila si neajutorata,neputand sa isi ajute parinti saraci si fiul,din lipsa de resurse.
Tot Dobbin este cel care imbunatateste relatia dintre tatal vitreg al Ameliei,dupa ce se intoarce. La moarte Osborne isi lasa jumatate de avere in mana micutuli nepotel George si are grija si de Amelia de asemenea. Astfel,bunatatea si intelegerea invinge slabiciunea si raul.
Rebecca nu mai are parte de respectul sotului ei,si pleaca in Europa unde ii intalneste pe Joseph,Georgy,Amelia si William. Din nou,aceasta isi foloseste seductia asupra lui,isi pierde toti banii dar nu se casatoreste cu el. El moare de teroarea desertaciunnilor si ea este acuzata ca i-a grabit moartea.
Sfarsitul nuvelei o arata pe Rebecca,obtinand respectul dupa care a tanjit mereu. Dar in urmarirea respectului isi pierde sotul si fiul,care dupa moartea unchiului si verisorului Pitt devin sufletul balviul Crawley. William Dobbin este capabil sa obtina un loc in inima Ameliei si micutul George scapa de vanitatea si obiceiurile alintate pe care le-a obtinut in urma inaltei societatii din Vanity Fair,sub tutela lui Dobbin.
Balciu, sfarseste prin speranta pusa in mintea cititorilor ca desertaciunilpr mai tinere din Vanity Balcil vor fi mai bune decat predecesorii sai. The story opens at Miss Pinkerton’s Academy for Young Ladies, where the principal protagonists Becky Sharp and Amelia Sedley have just completed their studies and are preparing to depart for Amelia’s house in Russell Square.
Becky is portrayed as a strong-willed and cunning young woman determined to make her way in society, and Amelia Sedley as a good-natured, loveable, though simple-minded young girl.
At Russell SquareMiss Sharp is introduced to the dashing and self-obsessed Captain George Osborne to whom Amelia has been betrothed from a very young age and to Amelia’s brother Joseph Sedley, a clumsy and vainglorious but rich civil-servant fresh from the East India Company. Becky entices Sedley, hoping to marry him, but she fails because of warnings bzlciul Captain Osborne, Sedley’s own native shyness, and his embarrassment over some foolish drunken behavior of his that Becky had witnessed at Vauxhall.
Balciul desertaciunilor by William Makepeace Thackeray (1 star ratings)
With this, Becky Sharp says farewell to Sedley’s family and enters the service of the crude and profligate baronet Sir Pitt Crawley, who has engaged her as a governess to his daughters. Her behaviour at Sir Pitt’s house gains his favour, and after the premature death of his second wife, he proposes to her. However, he finds that she is already secretly married to his second son, Rawdon Crawley. How she will bequeath her great wealth is a source of constant conflict between the branches of the Crawley family who vie shamelessly for her affections; initially her favorite is Sir Pitt’s younger son, Captain Rawdon Crawley.
For some time, Becky acts as Miss Crawley’s companion, supplanting the loyal Miss Briggs in an attempt to establish herself in favor before breaking the news of her elopement with Miss Crawley’s nephew. However, the misalliance so enrages Miss Crawley, that she disinherits her nephew in favour of his pompous and pedantic elder brother, who also bears the name Pitt Crawley.
The married couple constantly attempt to reconcile with Miss Crawley, and she relents a little. However, she will only see her nephew and refuses to change her will. The Sedleys and Osbornes were once close allies, but the relationship between the two families disintegrates after the Sedleys are financially ruined, and the marriage of Amelia and George is forbidden. George ultimately decides to marry Amelia against his father’s will, primarily due to the pressure of his friend Dobbin, and George is consequently disinherited.
While these personal events take place, the Napoleonic Wars have been ramping up. The holiday is interrupted by orders to march to Brussels. Already, the newly wedded Osborne is growing tired of Amelia, and he becomes increasingly attracted desertqciunilor Becky who encourages his advances. At a ball in Brussels based on the Duchess of Richmond’s famous ball on the eve of the Battle of Waterloo George gives Becky a note inviting her to run away with him.
He regrets this shortly afterwards and reconciles with Amelia, who has been deeply hurt by his attentions towards her former friend. Desfrtaciunilor morning after, he is sent to Waterloo with Captain Crawley and Dobbin, leaving Amelia distraught. Becky, on the other hand, is virtually indifferent to her husband’s departure. She tries to console Amelia, but Amelia responds angrily, disgusted by Becky’s flirtatious behavior with George and her lack of concern about Captain Crawley.
Becky resents this snub and a rift develops between the two women that lasts for years. Becky is not very concerned for the outcome of the war, either. Should Napoleon win, she plans to become the mistress of one his marshals, and meanwhile she makes a profit selling her carriage balcuil horses at inflated prices to panicking Britons seeking to flee the city, where the Belgian population is openly pro-Napoleonic.
Captain Crawley survives, but George dies in the battle. Amelia bears him a posthumous son, who is also named Nalciul. She returns to live in genteel poverty with her parents. Meanwhile, since the death of George, Dobbin, who is edsertaciunilor George’s godfather, gradually begins to deserttaciunilor his love for the widowed Amelia by small kindnesses toward her and her son.
Most notable is the recovery of her old piano, which Dobbin picks up at an auction following the Sedleys’ ruin. Amelia mistakenly assumes this was done by her late husband. She is too much in love with George’s memory to return Dobbin’s affections.
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Saddened, he goes to India for many years. Dobbin’s infatuation with Amelia is a theme which unifies the novel and one which many have compared to Thackeray’s unrequited love for a friend’s wife. Meanwhile, Becky also has a son, also named after his father, but unlike Amelia, who dotes on and even spoils her child, Becky is a cold, distant mother.
She continues her dedertaciunilor first in post-war Paris and then in London where she balviul patronised by the great Marquess of Steyne, who covertly subsidises her and introduces her to London society. Her success is unstoppable despite her humble origins, and she is eventually presented at court to ddsertaciunilor Prince Regent himself.
Becky and Rawdon appear to be financially successful, but their wealth and high standard of living are mostly smoke and mirrors. Rawdon gambles heavily and earns money as a billiards shark. The book also suggests he cheats at cards. Becky accepts trinkets and money from her many admirers and sells some for cash.
She also borrows heavily from the people around her and seldom pays balclul. The couple lives mostly on credit, and while Rawdon seems to be too dim-witted to ba,ciul aware of the effect of his borrowing on the people around him, Becky is fully aware that her heavy borrowing and her failure to pay bills bankrupts at least two innocent people: She also cheats innkeepersmillinersdress-makersgrocersand others who do business on credit.
She and Rawdon obtain credit by tricking everyone around them into believing they are receiving money from others.
Sometimes, Becky and Rawdon buy time from their creditors by suggesting Rawdon received money in Miss Crawley’s will or are being paid a stipend by Sir Pitt. Ultimately Becky is suspected of carrying on an extramarital affair with the Marquess of Steyne, apparently encouraged by Rawdon to prostitute herself in exchange for money and promotion. At the summit of her success, Becky’s pecuniary relationship with the rich and powerful Marquess of Steyne is discovered by Rawdon after Rawdon is arrested for debt.
Rawdon’s brother’s wife, Lady Jane, bails him out and Rawdon surprises Becky and Steyne in a compromising moment. Rawdon leaves his wife and through the offices of the Marquess of Steyne is made Governor of Coventry Island to get him out of the way, after Rawdon challenges the elderly marquess to a duel.
Becky, having lost both husband and credibility, is warned by Steyne to leave the United Kingdom and wanders the continent. However wherever Becky goes, she is followed by the shadow of the Marquess of Steyne. No sooner does she establish herself in polite society than someone turns up who knows her disreputable history and spreads rumours; Steyne himself hounds her out of Rome. As Amelia’s adored son George grows up, his grandfather relents and takes him from poor Amelia, who knows the rich and bitter old man will give him a much better start in life than she or her family could ever manage.
Dobbin professes his unchanged love to Amelia, but although Amelia is affectionate, she tells him she cannot forget the memory of her dead husband. Dobbin also becomes close to young George, and his kind, firm manner are a good influence on the spoiled child. While in the UKDobbin mediates a reconciliation between Amelia and her father-in-law. The death of Amelia’s father prevents their meeting, but following Osborne’s death soon after, it is revealed that he had amended his will and bequeathed young George half his large fortune and Amelia a generous annuity.
The rest is divided between his daughters, Miss Osborne, and Mrs. Bullock, who begrudges Amelia and her son for the decrease in her annuity.
After the death of old Mr. She meets the young George at a dsertaciunilor table and then enchants Jos Sedley all over again. Becky has unfortunately deteriorated as a character. She is drinking heavily, has lost her singing voice and much of her looks, and spends time with card sharks and con artists.
The book suggests that Becky has been involved in activities even more shady than her usual con games, but does not go into details. Following Jos’ entreaties, Amelia agrees to a reconciliation when she hears that Becky’s ties desertaicunilor her son have been severedmuch to Dobbin’s disapproval.