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  • L'Abyssin
  • Jean-Christophe Rufin
  • French
  • 09 January 2020
  • 9782070746521

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Borrowed from the LibraryThe writing of this book is really uite lovely particularly when considering that I read it in translation from the French The word choice and syntax are delightful and I was surprised by the number of words I had to look upI appreciate an author who can use seemingly meaningless earlier plot points and draw them back in showing them to be important in the character development or eventual working out of the story This book has a lot going for it political social and religious intrigue during the court of Louis XIV in France a love story or two kings priests and commoners Unfortunately the story lulls and I m not certain I ever really cared what happened to the main characters which caused a little reading here and there particularly before bed but no I can t stop reading this right now mania Which could be good or bad based on your perspective grinJean Baptiste Poncet is a successful practicing if not licensed apothecary based in Cairo Egypt A Doctor is needed in Abyssinia the Christian modern day Ethiopia The Jesuits and Capuchin priests desperately want to get into Abyssinia to correct their theological understanding They ve convinced King Louis to try and send an embassy to the Abyssinian King The Ambassador Monsieur le Maillet in Cairo must gather this emissary and choses Poncet Poncet unsurprisingly falls desperately in love with the ambassador s daughter Alix and agrees reluctantly to be the emissary in the hopes of achieving a commendation which will convince le Maillet to give his daughter s handPoncet s plan goes awry He realizes that all was wrong because he denied his freedom by bowing the knee to le Maillet that he should have married Alix with or without her father s consent Poncet s nature was to be free and that he was denying his nature by submitting to some other authorityAnd here I suppose is where I m frustrated by the book Clearly Rufin s view of freedom has relation to license than liberty The dust jacket says Rufin yokes the elegant language of the French enlightenment with the storytelling of Alexandre Dumas to bring us a splendid parable of liberty religious fanaticism and the possibility of happiness I m just pretty sure I don t agree with his conclusions about those things Tested by Fire sa fierté et Rancher Daddy son mystère Le voyage initiatiue de Jean Baptiste et d'Alix Even in the Darkness sa compagne l'histoire de leur amour constituent la trame de ce périple casanovien dans les marges du Grand Siècle ui donne à penser ce ue l'Occident aurait pu être Maybe This Christmas? s'il The uest s'était contenté d'aller vers les autres The Rich Stranger sans vouloir les conuérir L'Abyssin tout en empruntant Sleeping Beauty Suspect Harleuin Intrigue #970 sa langue à Diderot et Christmas with Her Boss son rythme à Dumas est un roman bien actuel une parabole Hunters Moon Night Warriors #4 sur la haine du fanatisme la force de la liberté et la possibilité du bonheu. 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DOWNLOAD Ã L'Abyssin A l'origine de ce livre un fait historiue Louis XIV le Roi Soleil est entré en relation avec le plus ténébreux le plus mythiue des grands souverains de l'Orient le Négus L'Abyssin est le roman de cette fabuleuse ambassade Jean Baptiste Poncet jeune médecin des pachas du Caire sera par une extraordinaire réunion de circonstances le héros de cette épopée baroue et poétiue à travers les déserts d'Egypte et du Sinaï les montagnes d'Abyssinie de la cour du Roi des Rois à celle de Versailles et retour L'aventure l. All the pleasures of an old fashioned adventure novel that sees our intrepid hero bounding from the alleys of Ottoman Cairo to the highlands of Ethiopia from the sombre court of the Sun King to the desert sands of Arabia The presumed elegance of Rufin s prose is translated here by the wonderful Willard Wood into a highly polished near Victorian English That was another of the sensory rewards of this book The tying up of various loose ends in the last 100 pages was a bit too pat a bit too involved for my taste but the novel s merits are myriad Jean Baptiste Poncet is a likeable hero his nearest and dearest such as Maitre Juremi and the lovely Alix are painted in highly sympathetic colours and even those in an adversarial relationship like the French consul and the mousy Murad are shown in a gentle light The only out and out villain M de Roule meets his sorry end in the sands of SennarThe reader gets a whirlwind tour of the Near East as it stood three centuries ago the people if not the places rendered immediately relatable by the writer As for those wondrous places ah the sense of vicarious pleasure in visiting distant Gondar or Jidda or Suez is very strong indeed in this first autumn of the coronavirus the heat the dust the sounds and the smells of the Orient but even so for some reason the bit that spoke to me most personally for some odd unknown reason was Poncet s escape through the wintry devastated landscapes of southern France passing through ruined Protestant villages hiding out in forested canyons with the heretical rebels This is the first of two novels about Poncet the second of which I am about to pounce on Rufin has also written a trilogy about a modern day Romanian diplomat I hope to God someone someday preferably Wood and soon will gift it to us in English West Wing to Maternity Wing souverains de l'Orient le Négus L'Abyssin est le roman de cette fabuleuse ambassade Jean Baptiste Poncet jeune médecin des pachas du Caire Tales from a Young Vet sera par une extraordinaire réunion de circonstances le héros de cette épopée baroue et poétiue à travers les déserts d'Egypte et du Sinaï les montagnes d'Abyssinie de la cour du Roi des Rois à celle de Versailles et retour L'aventure l. All the pleasures of an old fashioned adventure novel that An Honorable Gentleman sees our intrepid hero bounding from the alleys of Ottoman Cairo to the highlands of Ethiopia from the Bulletproof BodyguardHeiress Recon sombre court of the Sun King to the desert A Christmas Wish sands of Arabia The presumed elegance of Rufin Devil's Due s prose is translated here by the wonderful Willard Wood into a highly polished near Victorian English That was another of the Apple Blossom Bride sensory rewards of this book The tying up of various loose ends in the last 100 pages was a bit too pat a bit too involved for my taste but the novel Hot Spell Harleuin Blaze s merits are myriad Jean Baptiste Poncet is a likeable hero his nearest and dearest The Promise He Made such as Maitre Juremi and the lovely Alix are painted in highly Seven Wonders Journals sympathetic colours and even those in an adversarial relationship like the French consul and the mousy Murad are The Defiant Debutante shown in a gentle light The only out and out villain M de Roule meets his Gold Rush Groom sorry end in the Tested by Fire sands of SennarThe reader gets a whirlwind tour of the Near East as it Rancher Daddy stood three centuries ago the people if not the places rendered immediately relatable by the writer As for those wondrous places ah the Even in the Darkness sense of vicarious pleasure in visiting distant Gondar or Jidda or Suez is very Maybe This Christmas? strong indeed in this first autumn of the coronavirus the heat the dust the The uest sounds and the The Rich Stranger smells of the Orient but even Sleeping Beauty Suspect Harleuin Intrigue #970 so for Christmas with Her Boss some reason the bit that Hunters Moon Night Warriors #4 spoke to me most personally for The Bad Luck Wedding Cake Bad Luck Wedding #2 some odd unknown reason was Poncet The Accidental Bodyguard s escape through the wintry devastated landscapes of One Good Man southern France passing through ruined Protestant villages hiding out in forested canyons with the heretical rebels This is the first of two novels about Poncet the Branded Whitehorse MT Chisholm Cattle Co #1 second of which I am about to pounce on Rufin has also written a trilogy about a modern day Romanian diplomat I hope to God Soldier CagedSeducing the Mercenary someone In Care Of The Sheriff someday preferably Wood and Alaskan Nights soon will gift it to us in English