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The first chapter of each volume repeats the title Le Rouge et le Noir and the subtitle Chronique de 1830.

The title refers to the contrasting uniforms of the army and the church.

In The Vicar of Wakefield, "the happy few" refers ironically to the small number of people who read the title character's obscure and pedantic treatise on monogamy.

When Julien learns that he did not kill Madame de Rênal, his genuine love for her is resurrected—having lain dormant throughout his Parisian time—and she continues to visit him in jail.and fails to understand much about the ways of the world he sets out to conquer.He harbours many romantic illusions, but becomes mostly a pawn in the political machinations of the ruthless and influential people about him.Although representing himself as a pious, austere cleric, Julien is uninterested in religious studies beyond the Bible's literary value and his ability to use memorized Latin passages to impress his social superiors.He begins a love affair with Monsieur de Rênal's wife, which ends when her chambermaid, Elisa, who is also in love with Julien, makes it known to the village.

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