Les Lettres persanes (Nouvelle édition augmentée)

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  • Title: Les Lettres persanes (Nouvelle édition augmentée)
  • Author: Montesquieu
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  • Page: 132
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    1. Montesquieu

      Charles Louis de Secondat, baron de La Br de et de Montesquieu, generally referred to as simply Montesquieu, was a French social commentator and political thinker who lived during the Enlightenment He is famous for his articulation of the theory of separation of powers, which is taken for granted in modern discussions of government and implemented in many constitutions throughout the world He was largely responsible for the popularization of the terms feudalism and Byzantine Empire.

    156 thoughts on “Les Lettres persanes (Nouvelle édition augmentée)”

    1. How to sell a book 300 years old to a modern reader? What is the appeal today of the epistolary musings of a couple of Oriental travellers having a first contact with Western civilization at the end of King Louis the 14th? Here are some points that I hope will tickle your interest:1 - The Persian Letters were not written as history, but as a contemporary satire of French civilization, using ridicule and common sense to expose the more unsavoury mentalities and practices of fellow countrymen. Thi [...]

    2. An epistolary book, perhaps a novel, of some one hundred fifty-odd letters of a Persian travelers to France during the time of King Louis XIV and Louis XV and what they find.They find much to write about. Montesquieu, through them, gives free reign to writing about government, conflict between church and state, coffee salons, fashion trends, monasticism, social services, the reigns of the kings, and so on. Scattered between these letters are complaints from the eunuchs back home about the instab [...]

    3. این کتاب نام ایرانیان را چنان بلند آوازه ساخت که فرانسویان مدتی دراز، ترک و عرب و چینی و هندی و ژاپنی و سیامی را به فراموشی سپردند. دیگر همه جا صحبت از ایرانیان بود و همه از فضایل ایرانیان سخن می راندند و کار به جایی رسید که ناشران و کتابفروشان در برخورد با هر نویسنده ای از او می [...]

    4. Montesquieu may not be known to you, but he is largely responsible for the system of checks and balances in the U.S. Constitution between the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches of government. The Founding Fathers of our country were deeply influenced by Montesquieu's The Spirit of the Laws, which he wrote later in life.The Persian Letters, however, was written a quarter century earlier and was one of the most popular books of its time. Montesquieu has, in effect, created an epistolary [...]

    5. شاید حکمت آن بوده که انسان‌ها جان بسپارند و حماقت‌هایشان در دوران گذرای عمر فراموش شود، اما کتاب‌ها بمانند و جاویدان شوند و با این حساب یک آدم احمق باید خوشحال باشد که بعد از مرگ اثری از حماقت‌های او باقی نخواهد ماند و عجیب آن است که بعضی از این احمق‌ها نمی‌خواهند فراموش شو [...]

    6. لا أعرف ما شعوري تجاه هذا الكتاب في الصفحات الاولى شعرت بالملل، ولم أفهم فائدة هذا الكتاب، ولكن مع تقدمي قي القراءة أصبحت لا أستطيع مفارقته وأصبحت أختلس لحظات صغيرة من هنا وهناك لأقرأ رسالة جديدة من رسائل الكتاب البالغة 161 رسالةفهذه الرسائل تشكل رواية فلسفية كُتبت على طريقة [...]

    7. Kadın-erkek, din ve siyaset konuları üzerinde yoğunlaşmış, dönemine göre oldukça özgün okunmaya değer başarılı bir kitap.

    8. The nice thing about reading early 'novels' is that they so often have nothing in common with a typical contemporary novel. That's definitely the case for PL, of which only the first dozen and the last half dozen pages are are connected in any kind of narrative. Not only that, the narrative is immensely dull, unless you're the sort of person who gets off on descriptions of Harem life. Such people are, I'm sure, less common now than they were in the 18th century. A general warning: if you're pron [...]

    9. This book, "a sort of novel", is an epistolary story of two Persian travelers, Usbek and Rica, who travel to Europe. Usbek leaves behind five wives and a handful of eunuchs to watch over them. The letters are sent from and to a variety of the people, and each of them reflect on some form of culture, whether the men's perspective of Western civilization or Usbek's wives' opinions on their own society and their place within it.What makes this particularly interesting for me is that while the novel [...]

    10. A remarkable book. Its topics read as if written in 2010: Persian/ "Iranian" Islam trying to convert Armenian Christians and Zoroastrians because of the new Shah's edict. Hence, all the Armenians fled, emptying with a stroke of the pen "all the skilled workmen, and all the businessmen of Persia."Then there are the gender issues, letters written by favorite wives in the seraglio to their husband in Paris; or, the chief eunuch's letters on the difficulty of guarding the seraglio, especially Roxann [...]

    11. I enjoyed this so much more than I could have anticipated. But I don't really feel like reviewing it in a thoughtful way. My apologies. I have always loved the correspondence technique for storytelling. It allows for digressions and timeline manipulations you can't get away with in a regular narrative. I liked the "parables". A person probably gets more from the book on a subsequent reading or with more time to devote to really contemplating the parables. Fantastic. Looking forward to reading mo [...]

    12. Any book that has the staying power that this title has had will have merit. Published nearly three hundred years ago (in 1721), Persian Letters by Montesquieu is an epistolary novel that traces the fictional correspondence between two eighteenth-century Persians and their countrymen as they travel through the occidental world for the first time, eventually settling in Paris for a decade during the remaining years of Louie XIV’s reign. The book illustrates what we would now call today culture [...]

    13. C'est un roman épistolaire qui contient plus que 150 lettres échangées entre deux persans qui ont vouyagé en France avec d'autres personnages qui vivent, la plupart d'eux, en Perse.Toute lettre est vraiment un cours de philosophie oú Montesquieu critique la société française de son époque, les sociétés musulmanes shiites et sunnites, le despotisme européen et oriental, la situation des femmes en Perse et pas mal d'autres sujets philosophiques, religieux, sociaux et politiques.Montesq [...]

    14. ‘Als ik onbevooroordeeld redeneer dan vraag ik me af of het niet goed is dat een land verschillende religies kent. We kunnen constateren dat de aanhangers van een religie die gedoogd wordt, voor een land meestal nuttiger zijn dan de aanhangers van de overheersende religie. Omdat ze niet aanmerking komen voor ereposten en zich alleen kunnen onderscheiden door weelde en rijkdom, zijn ze geneigd dit door arbeid te verkrijgen en te kiezen voor het moeilijkste werk dat de samenleving te bieden heef [...]

    15. كنت دائما ما أطرب لأولئك الذين ينقدون منطرف خفي نتيجة لظروف سياسية او اجتماعية او دينية تمنعهم من النقد الصريح أو ربما اختيارا لأسلوب أبلغ وأشد ايقاعا في النفس من المباشرة المملة والمكرورة.في سنين سبقت الربيع العربي كنت استمتع بمقالات لكاتب يدعز "ماهر عبد الجليل" من تونس في [...]

    16. Une lecture assez proche des "Bijoux indiscrets" de Diderot, mais que j'ai préférée à celle-ci par certains aspects: tout d'abord, le choix du roman épistolaire qui atteste en quelque sorte l'authenticité du récit, bien qu'il aurait davantage pu en déployer toutes les possibilités comme l'a fait Laclos plus tard. Ensuite, la trame amoureuse qui parcourt tout le roman, tout comme dans les "Bijoux", m'a beaucoup plu, surtout par sa conclusion. Celle-ci montre les limites de la philosophie [...]

    17. Boring Maybe reading it in original didn't help either. Most of what was written is so long outdated, that in order for it to have been interesting, the form and the literary qualities should have been of a much greater value then they are. I guess it's a matter of taste, I don't find letter-novels very appealing. And sometimes I had a hard time finding the connection between the letters - it's not like a book that goes from a beginning to an end, it's just a collection of facts and view of fact [...]

    18. En commençant la lecture des Lettres persanes un peu par hasard, je ne m'attendais pas à trouver ce livre si agréable. Du début à la fin, cela aura été une vraie surprise.Ce livre a été écrit par Montesquieu il y a plus de 290 ans et pourtant de nombreux thèmes continuent de résonner dans nos sociétés modernes et peuvent être source de réflexion.Pour éviter une attaque trop directe, Montesquieu prend pour prétexte une correspondance entre étrangers comparant la vie en Europe, [...]

    19. Tellement lucide par le processus de (dé)construction de deux mondes opposés et d'autant plus spectaculaires, l'ouvrage de Montesquieu gagne, outre la fonction artistique, un rôle essentiel de document objectif et surtout complice du lecteur, par l'intermédiaire de son ironie rusée. Sauf qu'il y a une assez bouleversante discordance entre les premières environ 70 lettres, pleines de vie tumultueuse et de frivolités, et les suivantes, qui abordent des questionnements plus subtiles, sans qu [...]

    20. There are valuable lessons of life in this collection of letters. I would read them again and again. Each time finding new pieces and learnings to fall in love with. In French especially, this oeuvre is marvelous.

    21. Szeráj, szeráj, szerájMellseleg a magyar kiadást megszórhatták volna egy csipetnyi jegyzettel, bosszantó, ha még a google sem a barátom, amikor ki szeretném deríteni, mik ezek a zsíros kis 18. századi utalások, pedig nem ijedek meg egy kis keresgéléstől.

    22. "Quando na mesma pessoa ou no mesmo órgão político o poder legislativo está reunido ao poder executivo não há liberdade.()Também não há liberdade se o poder judicial não estiver separado dos poderes legislativo e executivo".

    23. Ce livre m'a appris énormément de choses, néanmoins il a porté un coup fatal à ma fierté Persane. Je ne sais pas vraiment si j'ai adoré ou haï cet ouvrage. Je pense devoir le relire lorsque je serai plus âgée (ou plus sage) et que mon point de vue sera moins biaisé. 3.5/5

    24. Pendant la lecture je reflichissais de quelle importance a été la qualité d'un roman pour transporter les idées d'un philosophe.

    25. What a weird book. Interesting to read at times, but I wasn’t crazy about the Western Montesquieu taking on the identities of two Persian travellers. 2.5 stars.

    26. This eighteenth century epistolary novel finds Persian noblemen Usbek and Rica writing letters to their friends and wives back in Persia with straight-faced, satiric observations on French customs, behavior and society. The book is not now politically correct, if it ever was, especially the letters to and from the Persian wives and eunuchs of Usbek’s seraglio back in Persia, which were the weakest part of the story. Also, the characters are not particularly distinct, being mostly mouthpieces f [...]

    27. It wasn't terrible for a class-assigned reading. Sometimes, depending on the translation, the words and subjects were hard to follow. Sometimes it was very boring and dry, some letters drug on for a while, while others were amusing or even exciting. I know this was a "secret criticism" from Montesquieu at the time about France, religion, etc. so I had to keep that at the back of my mind the whole time. Otherwise, it could be interpreted as offensive or ignorant in some letters, depending on the [...]

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