Financial

Sara

This quote from the novel Lost Illusions Balzac wrote between 1837 and 1843, when the advent of the railroad and social transformation that accompanies it, is sufficient in itself to summarize the spirit of this editorial trilogy . If Balzac was still with us today, he would no doubt have stigmatized the "phenomenon" Internet to complete his masterpiece, The Human Comedy. Because everything here converges the essential themes that have shaped for thirty years Balzac's novels will to power, society, money, careerism, the only passion mischief. [...] So he combines economic and financial power to "eagle" royal animal that embodies high thinking, but the bird of prey nature implies a willingness to inflexible and consuming power.…