Color Symbolism in the Works of Stendhal
Le Bleu Et Le Vert
This study shows an apparent distinctive pattern of color symbolism in Stendhal's works, while serving to unify the characters and events in Stendhal's fiction. The analysis of his non-fiction writings reveals his sensitivity to colors; notably, his autobiography serves as a touchstone to the elaboration of his color symbolism. It offers an examination of his fiction works that include "Armance", "Le Rouge et le Noir", "Lucien Leuwen", "La Chartreuse de Parme", and "Lamiel", all show various representations of Stendhal's distinctive color palette.
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"... readers of this meticulous study of the color symbolism in Stendhal's writings are sure never to read any literary work again without a heightened awareness of and sensitivity to the hues and shades the author may be employing... to enhance his style, deliver his themes, and reveal... fascinating meanings behind his words." - Professor Helynne Hollstein Hansen, Western State College of Colorado"