Three literary experiences of realistic language:

H. de Balzac, G. Verga and TH. Mann

The literary bias of the French realist H. de Balzac, the Italian verist G. Verga and the German decadentist Th. Mann is expressed by a textual conditioning which provides undeniable proof of his resolutions.representational, It is important to us, in this approachcomparatist, to examine the path by which the trivial becomes ennobled, irrevocably operates its mutation into a "Masterpiece" at the very moment when narrative mobility and mobilization are employed in the sense of wishes and confessions of some purpose.