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This article explores Honoré de Balzac's novel "Father Goriot," focusing on its significance as a masterpiece of realism and its profound social critique. Through an in-depth analysis of key themes, character development, and narrative techniques, this article highlights Balzac's portrayal of society and his exploration of human nature. With the use of annotation keywords and references, this article provides a comprehensive understanding of the novel's enduring impact on French literature.
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