Scènes de la vie de province

Scènes de la vie de province (Scenes from provincial life) is a structural grouping within La Comédie humaine written by Honoré de Balzac. Scènes de la vie de province is part of the series Études de mœurs.

Eugénie Grandet (1833)
• Ursule Mirouët (1841)

Illusions perdues (Lost Illusions), comprising:
Les Deux Poètes (The Two Poets, 1837)
Un grand homme de province à Paris (A Great Provincial in Paris, 1839)
Les Souffrances de l'inventeur (The Inventor's Sufferings, 1843); originally published as Ève et David (Eve and David)

Les Célibataires (The Celibates), comprising:
- Pierrette (1840)
- Le Curé de Tours, first published as Les célibataires (The Vicar of Tours, 1832)
- La Rabouilleuse (The Black Sheep, a.k.a. A Bachelor's Establishment, a.k.a. The Two Brothers, 1842)

Les Parisiens en province (Parisians in the Country), comprising:
- L'Illustre Gaudissart (The Illustrious Gaudissart, 1833)
- La Muse du département (The Muse of the Department, 1843)

Les Rivalités (The Jealousies of a Country Town), comprising:
- La Vieille Fille (The Old Maid, or An Old Maid, 1836)
- Le Cabinet des Antiques (The Collection of Antiquities, 1839)

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