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Jean-Christophe: Journey's End

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Author: Romain Rolland
Published: 1912
Language: English
Wordcount: 194,448 / 542 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 68.8
LoC Category: PQ
Series: Jean-Cristophe
Downloads: 1,428
mnybks.net#: 5992
Origin: gutenberg.org
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f art was reached for these bourgeois French people in the production on the stage of the Damnation of Faust, or the Nine Symphonies.)--Christophe, who burst out laughing at the grotesqueness of the idea, had great difficulty in preventing him from telephoning his orders to the directors of the Opéra, or the Minister of Fine Arts.--(If Gamache were to be believed, all these important people were apparently at his beck and call.)--And, the proposal reminding him of the strange transmutation which had taken place in his symphonic poem, David, he went so far as to tell the story of the performance organized by Deputy Roussin to introduce his mistress to the public. Gamache, who did not like Roussin, was delighted: and Christophe, spurred on by the generous wines and the sympathy of his hearers, plunged into other stories, more or less indiscreet, the point of which was not lost on those present. Christophe was the only one to forget them when the party broke up. And now, on Oliv

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