By Honoré de Balzac
"Si l. a. presse n'existait pas, écrit 13alzac, il faudrait ne pas l'inventer". Journaliste, pourtant, il le fut. Et de manière compulsive. De ses débuts jusqu'à sa mort, il écrivit quantité d'articles, collabora à de nombreux "petits journaux" - ces feuilles littéraires et satiriques très répandues sous los angeles Restauration -, fonda ses propres revues, dont l. a. Revue parisienne, qu'il rédigea presque intégralement, de juin à août 1840... los angeles présente anthologie, inédite, rend justice à cette construction foisonnante. Dans ces pages, Balzac est travel à journey critique littéraire et chroniqueur : il recense les dernières parutions, exerce son droit de réponse, pourfend les tics de langage. Il croque le bourgeois avec le expertise d'un caricaturiste chevronné et s'engage avec ardour dans l'affaire Peytel, dont il aurait voulu faire son affaire Calas. Et si le fait divers l'attire tant, c'est qu'il le transforme en roman. vehicle par-dessus tout, Balzac journaliste reste romancier. Dès 1830, il publie des oeuvres narratives en plusieurs livraisons, inventant, avant l'heure, le roman-feuilleton. Il profite de l'écriture périodique pour esquisser des personnages, des psychologies, des décors, qui sont ceux de l. a. Comédie humaine. Témoin l'article élogieux qu'il consacre à l. a. Chartreuse de Parme, et qui n'est rien de moins que Stendhal récrit par Balzac...
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