Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1975.
Description: 416 p. ; 19 cm.
Young, attractive and very ambitious, George Duroy, known to his friends as Bel-Ami, is offered a job as a journalist on La Vie francaise and soon makes a great success of his new career. But he also comes face to face with the realities of the corrupt society in which he lives - the sleazy colleagues, the manipulative mistresses and wily financiers - and swiftly learns to become an arch-seducer, blackmailer and social climber in a world where love is only a means to an end. Written when Maupassant was at the height of his powers, Bel-Ami is a novel of great frankness and cynicism, but it is also infused with the sheer joy of life - depicting the scenes and characters of Paris in the belle epoque with wit, sensitivity and humanity.
Series: Penguin classics
|Call Number||Location||Shelf Location||Status|
|F Maupassant||Main (Downtown)||Display - Second Level, Fiction||Out (Due: 9/27/2019)|