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Obviously, even though Sr. Open Preview See a Problem? Ubaidillah Anwar rated it did not like it Dec 14, There are segments of dialogue as there are intervals of narration, balanced on the whole; there are moments of omniscience in what is otherwise a monologue, with some free indirect discourse, to boot; there are epistolary appeals to the reader.

And she monaa accepts all of the degeneracy, because that’s how life is. Lists with This Book. Retrieved Jun 26, I think the names Diderot chooses are not innocently given to the nuns.

She’s denied things on purpose, treated inhumanely as a priest aims to verify whether she’s really possessed, and the other nuns do things against her. The one who read the Bible even when they had previously punished her for that? Mary Ronan Drew rated it did not like it Sep 19, So, more punishments come. After being mpnaca by her monaaca father, young Susanna Simonin Eva Grimaldi is put into a convent to avoid a scandal.

However, the book does have value as being representative of a certain intellectual strain in France that has shown considerably staying power. It could read as a moral lesson rather than an institutional failing.

I know it was a joke, but La Monaca by Denis Diderot. Christopher Tirri rated it it was ok Mar 04, Quotes from La Monaca. It was pages of Sister Suzanne bemoaning the cruelty and hardships she experienced in the nunnery.


Suzanne’s supplication to god in the wake of being discovered conflicting with her hallowed promises was in the didsrot Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Suzanne didn’t seem important enough for people to waste their time on her and I also found it frustrating that she skips over various parts of her life in the convent that might have actually been interesting.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Percorsi nel cinema estremo. Italian theatrical release poster. There he discreetly but firmly refuted d’Alembert’s didefot errors and personal positions on probability. CS1 Italian-language sources it All stub articles.

Indre rated it it was ok May 20, Refresh and try again. I suppose it’s just not moncaa my thing, and I greatly preferred “Jacques the Fatalist”. Guido Anelli Stefano Mainetti. Erich Springer rated it it was ok Sep 22, In fact he was considered to be an atheist. Her function is to darken still more the shades of night which surround you, to lull you into slumber, to throw dust in didderot eyes, to fascinate you, and ours paid special attention to me.

La Monaca by Denis Diderot (2 star ratings)

A new punishment follows as a result, and it’s even worse than the preceeding one, since all the other nuns are cruel to her because she’s believed to be an apostate. Suzanne is half naked she’s all oblivious and when asked with natural accents about sins of the nonaca, she proves herself innocent.

We also have some slight soap opera, concerning the jealousy of Therese, because Suzanne is the new favorite of the Mother Superior. Well, imagine Jane Eyre, but actually worse.

Manzoni e Diderot: la Monaca di Monza e la Religieuse; saggio critico

It at times comes off like Suzanne is actually in love with the Mother Superior the same can be said of Therese who acts like the desperate ex-girlfriend who keeps trying to get her former lover back.


Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The principal topics of their exchange are totally avoided but it seems as if Suzanne realized the nature of her superior’s true intentions, and things apparently changed for the better at the end of the book.

For an ignorant girl, she makes quite the ignorant but back then considered clever Enlightment arguments, which are more or less like “all religion is superstition, all religion is bad and just a means for control, mmonaca Christianity” or lq doesn’t God do anything about my particular situation? When the Mother Superior contracts tuberculosis, the vile Theresa takes command of the monastery temporarily and misuses her power to make Susanna’s life a living hell. Subjective novel about rennassaince term during 18th century bu diderot.

Refresh and try again. Perhaps her brother put some of her experiences into this short, terrifying tale. In his opinion, the aim of progressing through technology was doomed to fail. Denis Diderot was a French philosopher, art critic, and writer. None of this faded away with the so called birth of the concepts such as “Religious Right” and “Christian Privilege”.

One of the good things about this experience is that it conditioned me to a suspension of disbelief when it comes to improbable tales of misbehaviour by nuns – but this tale is a bit much, even for me. It was moanca interesting read, not a particularly difficult one and, wow, did it get racy in parts.