TITLE

CHAPTER II: ECHOES IN THE DARK CORRIDOR: FLAUBERT'S VISION OF LIFE AND DEATH IN MADAME BOVARY

AUTHOR(S)
ENGSTROM, ALFRED GARVIN
PUB. DATE
January 1975
SOURCE
Darkness & Light: Lectures on Baudelaire, Flaubert, Nerval, Huys;1975, p35
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter 2 of the book "Darkness and Light: Lectures on Baudelaire Flaubert, Nerval, Huysmans, Racine, and Time and its Images in Literature" is presented. It discusses author Gustave Flaubert and his sombre concept of life and death as reflected in his novel, "Madame Bovary." Flaubert's vision of the artist's austere loneliness and joy, as well as his sacrifice and inspiration could be deciphered from one of his letters to his mistress, Louise Colet.
ACCESSION #
46739430

 

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