History[ edit ] The manuscript of La Vendetta, which is preserved in the Lovenjoul Collection of the Institut de France in Paris,  is in three separate parts: The work was divided into a prologue and four sections entitled: In May Mame-Delaunay brought out a second edition.
The town, built on a spur of the mountains, in places actually overhanging the sea, looks across a channel bristling with reefs, to the lower shores of Sardinia.
At its foot, on the other side and almost completely surrounding it, is the channel that serves as its harbour, cut in the cliff like a gigantic corridor.
Through a long circuit between steep walls, the channel brings to the very foot of the first houses the little Italian or Sardinian fishing-boats, A vendatta, every fortnight, the old steamboat that runs to and from Ajaccio.
Upon the white mountain the group of houses form a whiter patch still. They look like the nests of wild birds, perched so upon the rock, dominating that terrible channel through which hardly ever a ship risks a passage. The unresting wind harasses the sea and eats away the bare shore, clad with a sparse covering of grass; it rushes into the ravine and ravages its two A vendatta.
The trailing wisps of white foam round the black points of countless rocks that everywhere pierce the waves, look like rags of canvas floating and heaving on the surface of the water.
The widow Saverini's house held for dear life to the very edge of the cliff; its three windows looked out over this wild and desolate scene. She lived there alone with her son Antoine and their bitch Semillante, a large, thin animal with long, shaggy hair, of the sheep-dog breed.
The young man used her for hunting. One evening, after a quarrel, Antoine Saverini was treacherously slain by a knife-thrust from Nicolas Ravolati, who got away to Sardinia the same night. When his old mother received his body, carried home by bystanders, she did not weep, but for a long time stayed motionless, looking at it; then, stretching out her wrinkled hand over the body, she swore vendetta against him.
She would have no one stay with her, and shut herself up with the body, together with the howling dog. The animal howled continuously, standing at the foot of the bed, her head thrust towards her master, her tail held tightly between her legs.
She did not stir, nor did the mother, who crouched over the body with her eyes fixed steadily upon it, and wept great silent tears. The young man, lying on his back, clad in his thick serge coat with a hole torn across the front, looked as though he slept; but everywhere there was blood; on the shirt, torn off for the first hasty dressing; on his waistcoat, on his breeches, on his face, on his hands.
Clots of blood had congealed in his beard and in his hair. The old mother began to speak to him. At the sound of her voice the dog was silent. Sleep, sleep, you shall be avenged, do you hear! Your mother swears it! And your mother always keeps her word; you know she does. Then Semillante began to howl once more.
She uttered long cries, monotonous, heart-rending, horrible cries.
They remained there, the pair of them, the woman and the dog, till morning. Antoine Saverini was buried next day, and before long there was no more talk of him in Bonifacio.
He had left neither brothers nor close cousins. No man was there to carry on the vendetta. Only his mother, an old woman, brooded over it. On the other side of the channel she watched from morning till night a white speck on the coast.
It was a little Sardinian village, Longosardo, where Corsican bandits fled for refuge when too hard pressed.
They formed almost the entire population of this hamlet, facing the shores of their own country, and there they awaited a suitable moment to come home, to return to the maquis of Corsica. She knew that Nicolas Ravolati had taken refuge in this very village.La Vendetta was the first work in the second volume of the series.
In July a fifth edition of La Vendetta appeared in Furne's first publication of La Comédie humaine. La Vendetta was the fourth work in the first volume (Scènes de la vie privée) of this five-volume series. No man was there to carry on the vendetta. Only his mother, an old woman, brooded over it.
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