Madame Bovary

  • Filename: madame-bovary.
  • ISBN: 9781613102510
  • Release Date: 2013-01-24
  • Number of pages:
  • Author: Gustave Flaubert
  • Publisher: Library of Alexandria



Gustave Flaubert s Madame Bovary

  • Filename: gustave-flaubert-s-madame-bovary.
  • ISBN: 0313319162
  • Release Date: 2002
  • Number of pages: 182
  • Author: Laurence M. Porter
  • Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group



Examines Flaubert's Madame Bovary by providing an understanding of the author's life and experiences and offering a plot summary, major themes, characters, and details of other reviews.

Reading Madame Bovary

  • Filename: reading-madame-bovary.
  • ISBN: 9781459605718
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Number of pages: 366
  • Author: Amanda Lohrey
  • Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com



A woman finds her everyday life engulfed by vivid fantasies, a businessman explores new ways to deal with his rage, a young woman is stuck on a boat with a bunch of delinquents, a diary is discovered, a commune goes wrong .In this captivating collection of short fiction, award-winning novelist Amanda Lohrey explores the dilemmas of modern life. Her characters find themselves caught between body and spirit, memory and desire, ambition and mortality - and they must transform themselves or be trapped.Shot through with a serene intelligence, these tales enlighten and entertain in equal measure.

Gustave Flaubert s Madame Bovary

  • Filename: gustave-flaubert-s-madame-bovary.
  • ISBN: UOM:39015017649727
  • Release Date: 1988
  • Number of pages: 171
  • Author: Harold Bloom
  • Publisher: Chelsea House Pub



Essays discuss themes, style, narrative strategies, and biographical influences in Flaubert's masterpiece

Madame Bovary Routledge Revivals

  • Filename: madame-bovary-routledge-revivals.
  • ISBN: 9781317629115
  • Release Date: 2014-08-01
  • Number of pages: 200
  • Author: Rosemary Lloyd
  • Publisher: Routledge



Madame Bovary ranks among the world’s most famous and widely read novels, and has inspired numerous critical theories. First published in 1987, this study draws on both twentieth-century and traditional critical views to provide both students and scholars with a fresh analysis of the novel: its narrative techniques, social background, and underlying structures. By setting the novel in an historical context, and exploring the ways in which it offers a hinge between romanticism and realism, the book establishes a framework through which the reader can assess questions of narrative strategy, of symbolic patterning and most importantly, parody and pastiche. Throughout Madame Bovary, Rosemary Lloyd argues, a series of intertwining voices challenge assumptions about the nature of narrative and the relationship between reader and writer. This reissue will provoke and stimulate debate among students and lecturers in French and English literature, for whom Madame Bovary is a key text in the development of the novel.

Flaubert Madame Bovary

  • Filename: flaubert-madame-bovary.
  • ISBN: 0521314836
  • Release Date: 1992-04-09
  • Number of pages: 157
  • Author: Stephen Heath
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press



This novel achieved immediate notoriety through its questioning of marriage, sex and the role of women. Stephen Heath shows how this landmark text captures and articulates a fundamental experience of the postromantic, commerical-industrial, democratic period. He explains how Madame Bovary represents Flaubert's intense personal engagement with the tragedy of bourgeois culture, while at the same time exemplifying the author's commitment to the impersonality of art and the transcendence of style.

Searching for Emma

  • Filename: searching-for-emma.
  • ISBN: 0226504301
  • Release Date: 1998-02-28
  • Number of pages: 146
  • Author: Dacia Maraini
  • Publisher: University of Chicago Press



Although many writers blend autobiography and fiction, few have been so forthright in admitting it as Gustave Flaubert. In reference to his legendary novel and protagonist, he wrote: "Madame Bovary, c'est moi." Madame Bovary has become an icon for casual readers and feminists alike, but, as Dacia Maraini argues, she is one of the most problematic, though fascinating, female protagonists in modern literature. In this lively, learned, and very personal study, Maraini explores the profound and contradictory relationship between the writer Flaubert and the character his readers have grown to love. Maraini argues that in their desire to claim Emma Bovary as a standard-bearer of revolt, women have often overlooked the bitter, pitiless way in which Flaubert evokes Emma's insignificance and vulgarity. Searching for Emma guides the reader through Flaubert's novel and many of his letters, seeking out the sources of his obsessive cruelty toward Emma. Maraini relates Flaubert's contempt for Emma to his relationship with his mistress, Louise Colet, to his general terror of women, and to his own self-loathing. It was entirely in spite of himself, Maraini writes, that Flaubert created the female Don Quixote so admired for her restlessness and determination. Searching for Emma offers a novelist's insight into the complex relationship between author and character, and into the deepest motivations of fiction.

Madame Bovary at the Movies

  • Filename: madame-bovary-at-the-movies.
  • ISBN: 9789042025042
  • Release Date: 2009-01
  • Number of pages: 218
  • Author: Mary Donaldson-Evans
  • Publisher: Rodopi



Some eighteen film directors from France to the United States, Germany to India, have applied themselves to the task of adapting Madame Bovary to the screen. Why has Flaubert¿s 1857 classic novel been so popular with filmmakers? What challenges have they had to meet? What ideologies do their adaptations serve? Madame Bovary at the Movies seeks to answer these questions, avoiding value judgments based on the notion of fidelity to the novel. In-depth analyses are reserved for the studio films of Renoir, Minnelli and Chabrol and the small-screen adaptation of Fywell. As the first book-length examination of the Madame Bovary adaptations, this volume, in addition to its pedagogical applications, will be a useful reference for scholars of literature and film and for those interested in the burgeoning field of adaptation studies. The author of A Woman¿s Revenge: The Chronology of Dispossession in Guy de Maupassant¿s Fiction (French Forum Monographs, 1986) and Medical Examinations: Dissecting the Doctor in French Narrative Prose (1857-1894) (University of Nebraska Press, 2000), Mary Donaldson-Evans is Elias Ahuja Professor of Foreign Languages and Literatures at the University of Delaware.

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