- The Demoralizer. Simon, Linda // World & I;Sep2002, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p259
Features author Gustave Flaubert. Family background; Difficulties faced by Flaubert in the writing and publication of his novel 'Madame Bovary'; His comments on the war between France and Prussia.
- Travel's Others: Realism, Location, Dislocation. Buzard, James // Journeys;Winter2015, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p1
This article explores the realist novel's reliance on the discourse of travel developed in the early decades of the nineteenth century, the discourse that authorized self-styled travelers over against the vulgar and proliferating tourists. Taking Gustave Flaubert's Madame Bovary as a case study,...
- THE SOUNDTRACK OF MADAME BOVARY: Flaubert's Orchestration of Aural Imagery. Gill, Richard // Literature Film Quarterly;Summer73, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p206
Discusses the film 'Madame Bovary,' directed by Gustave Flaubert. Focus and movement of certain scenes; Category of the sound effect to be found in 'Madame Bovary.'
- PART THREE: CHAPTER SIX. Flaubert, Gustave // Madame Bovary;2006, p305
Chapter 6 of part three of the book "Madame Bovary," by Gustave Flaubert is presented. The chapter focuses on the increasing debt of married couple Charles and Emma Bovary. Emma confronted her lover LÃ©on Dupuis about the latter's alleged indifference at his office in Rouen, France. Monsieur...
- PART THREE: CHAPTER SEVEN. Flaubert, Gustave // Madame Bovary;2006, p323
Chapter 7 of part three of the book "Madame Bovary," by Gustave Flaubert is presented. The chapter focuses on the efforts of married woman Emma Bovary to raise money to pay her debts by begging to several people. The brokers she knew in Rouen, France refused to lend her some money. Her lover...
- Time and history in Madame Bovary. Green, Anne // French Studies;Jul95, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p283
Discusses Gustave Flaubert's use and sensitivity to the personal and subjective nature of time in `Madame Bovary.' Novel's references to time; Sacrifice of consistent chronology of plots; Coherent impressions of time for crucial events affecting Madame Bovary; Use of first person in anchoring...
- STYLIZED ETHNOGRAPHY? EMMA BOVARY'S WEDDING(S). Spires, Jeffrey // French Studies;Jul2002, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p345
Examines the wedding episode in the French novel 'Madame Bovary,' by Gustave Flaubert. Analysis of the wedding practices and symbols depicted in the novel; Discussion on the opposing perspectives of the narrator and the character of the bride; Discussion on the characteristics of the bride and...
- WE ASKED: What book has changed your life? // Real Simple;Jan2011, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p24
Several blogs from the readers related to several books that bring changes in their life including "Madame Bovary," by Gustave Flaubert, "The Knitting Circle," by Ann Hood and the "The Cat in the Hat."
- Looking Back at Madame Bovary. Smith, Wendy // Kirkus Reviews;8/1/2010, Vol. 78 Issue 15, p690
The article reviews the book "Madame Bovary," by Gustave Flaubert, translated by Lydia Davis.