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  1. Flaubert and Madame Bovary : a double portrait by Gustave (1821-1880) Flaubert, 1958
  2. Gustave Flaubert, 1821-1880: sa vie- ses romans- son style (French Edition) by Albert Thibaudet, 1922-01-01
  3. Salambo; a tragedy in four acts by George Morrison Von Schrader -1862 Flaubert Gustave 1821-1880. Salamb??, 1914-12-31
  4. Yksinkertainen sydän - Flaubert, Gustave, 1821-1880 by Gustave, 1821-1880 Flaubert, Jalmari, 1869-1929 Hahl, 2009-07-02
  5. Salammbo of Gustave Flaubert. Englished by M. French Sheldon. Translation authorized by the heirs of Gustave Flaubert by Gustave (1821-1880) Flaubert, 1886-01-01
  6. Gustave Flaubert's MADAME BOVARY.Edited by W. Somerset Maugham.In a New Translation by Joan Charles. by W. Somerset.1874 - 1965].Flaubert, Gustave [1821 - 1880]. [Maugham, 1949
  7. Salammbo / Gustave Flaubert by Gustave (1821-1880) Flaubert, 1930-01-01
  8. TEMPTATION Of SAINT ANTHONY. Translated by Lafcadio Hearn. by Gustave [1821 - 1880]. Hearn, Lafcadio [1850 - 1904] - Translator. Flaubert, 1943-01-01
  9. The First temptation of St. Anthony by Gustave (1821-1880) Flaubert, 1915-01-01
  10. Trois contes : Un coeur simple; La legende de Saint Julien l'Hospitalier; Herodias by Gustave (1821-1880) Flaubert, 1924
  11. The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert letters / tr. by Aimee L McKenzie ; with an introduction by Stuart P. Sherman by George (1804-1876). Gustave Flaubert (1821 -1880). Aimee L. McKenzie (tran Sand, 1922
  12. The Temptation Of Saint Antony (French Edition) by Flaubert Gustave 1821-1880, Hannigan D. F, 2010-09-29
  13. La Tentation De Saint Antoine (French Edition) by Flaubert Gustave 1821-1880, 2010-09-28
  14. Correspondance Volume 3-4 (French Edition) by Flaubert Gustave 1821-1880, 2010-09-27

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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback Gustave Flaubert (1821-1880) French novelist of the realist school, best-known for MADAME BOVARY (1857), a story of adultery and unhappy love affair of the provincial wife Emma Bovary. As a writer Flaubert was a perfectionist, who did not make a distinction between a beautiful or ugly subject: all was in the style. The idea, he argued, only exists by virtue of its form - its elements included the perfect word, cunningly contrived and verified rhythms, and a genuine architectural structure. "Has it ever happened to you," Leon went on, "to come across some vague idea of one's own in a book, some dim image that comes back to you from afar, and as the completest expression of your own slightest sentiment?"
"I have experienced it," she replied.
"That is why," he said, "I especially love the poets. I think verse more tender than prose, and that it moves far more easily to tears."
(from Madame Bovary Flaubert started to write during his school years. A disappointment in his teens - Flaubert fell in love with Elisa Schlésinger, who was married and some 10 years his senior - inspired much of his early writing. In the 1840s Flaubert studied law at Paris, a brief episode in his life, and in 1844 he had a nervous attack. "I was cowardly in my youth," Flaubert wrote once to George Sand. "I was afraid of life." He recognized from suffering a nervous disease, although it could have been epilepsy. However, the diagnosis changed Flaubert's life. He failed his law exams and decided to devote himself to literature. In this he was helped by his father who bought him a house at Croisset, on the River Seine between Paris and Rouen.

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(1821-1880) French writer. Acclaimed as the "high priest of realism," Gustave Flaubert has also been called the "writer of writers." He is perhaps most famous for "Madame Bovary."
Recent Books About Gustave Flaubert (1821-1880) A French writer, Gustave Flaubert's most famous book, "Madame Bovary," was banned when it first appeared. These books explore the life and works of Gustave Flaubert, as well as his relationships with other famous French writers. Flaubert: A Life - Geoffrey Wall In "Flaubert: A Life," Geoffrey Wall dramatizes the life and times of Gustave Flaubert, who was one of the most enigmatic writers in literary history. Flaubert seems larger than lifetoo full of troubles, illnesses, personal traumas, and financial fiascos. Love and Other Dangerous Affairs In "Madame Bovary, "Emma Bovary has pursued that which she desire0, 0nd her character will be forever tainted in literary history for her actions. But, what did she do ... taken by the pen as she was and depicted by Gustave Flaubert?

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Flaubert, Gustave (18211880). Wikipedia Bouvard et Pécuchet (French);Dictionnaire des idées reçues (French); Drie Vertellingen (Dutch)
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"Madame Bovary. C’est moi." said Gustave Flaubert, describing his sense of connection with the agony and emotional suffering of his most noted heroine. Flaubert was born in Rouen, Normandy. As the son of a successful surgeon, he was introduced early on to life’s realities of illness and death. Studying briefly under his father, Flaubert’s childhood and early adulthood were marked by the atmosphere of the hospital, of mourning, and of suffering. In 1840, he left for Paris, where he briefly studied law, but he ended his legal studies in favor of a writing career after he failed his second year law exams. Madame Bovary (1857) is weighted with images of a vain and hollow society of dim-witted characters, an image which is in harmony with his distaste for the bourgeois society. First appearing in Revue de Paris, Madame Bovary Salambo (1863) and The Sentimental Education (1869). Flaubert's long novel, Boulevard Et Pécuchet , was left unfinished at his death. Flaubert died of a cerebral hemorrhage on May 8, 1880.

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  • French novelist, one of the central figures in the Realist movement; best known for his novel, Madame Bovary (1857), a critical portrayal of the life and values of the French middle classes; the novel caused a scandal and led to Flaubert being prosecuted for "immorality."
    1821, Gustave Flaubert born in Rouen, France; father surgeon, mother was doctor's daughter 1840-41, studied law in Paris against his will, failed exams
    1843, nervous disease, gave up law, devoted himself to literature
    1846, death of father and sister Caroline; Flaubert retired to Croisset, near Rouen on the Seine, with his mother and infant niece; met poet Louise Colet at studio of painter James Pradier
    1847, walking tour of the Loire and Brittany's coast

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Creative Perfumes Judge the goodness of a book by the energy of the punches it has given you. . . I believe the greatest characteristic of genius, is, above all, force."
There is not a particle of life which does not bear poetry within it. You must not think that feeling is everything. . . . Art is nothing without form. Nothing is more humiliating than to see idiots succeed in enterprises we have failed it. To see one's name in print! Some people commit a crime for no other reason.
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Gustave Flaubert , écrivain français né à Rouen (Seine-Maritime) le 12 décembre 1821, décédé à Croisset (Seine-Maritime) le 8 mai 1880. Oeuvres principales : Madame Bovary Salammbô L'Education sentimentale [Premières lettres à Louise Colet] Mardi soir, minuit. 4 Août 1846. : "Il y a douze heures, nous étions encore ensemble ; hier à cette heure-ci, je te tenais dans mes bras... t'en souviens-tu ? Comme c'est déjà loin !..." Jeudi soir, 11 heures. 6 Août 1846. : "Ta lettre de ce matin est triste, et d'une douleur résignée. Tu m'offres de m'oublier si cela me plaît..." Samedi 8 Août 1846. : "Je suis brisé, étourdi, comme après une longue orgie ; je m'ennuie à mourir. J'ai un vide inouï dans le coeur..." Nuit de samedi au dimanche, minuit. 8-9 AOût 1846. : "Le ciel est pur ; la lune brille. J'entends des marins chanter qui lèvent l'ancre pour partir avec le flot qui va venir. Pas de nuages, pas de vent..." Dimanche matin 10 heures. 9 Août 1846. : "Enfant, ta folie t'emporte. Calme-toi ; tu t'irrites contre toi-même, contre la vie..." Mardi dans l'après-midi. 11 Août 1846.

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Gustave Flaubert Homepage and Biography on Introduction.(18211880). My deplorable mania exhausts me. I doubt everything, even my
Gustave Flaubert A Simple Heart Madame Bovary Madame Bovary - Study Guide Introduction "My deplorable mania exhausts me. I doubt everything, even my doubt" (Flaubert in a letter, August 1846) Gustave Flaubert was born the son of a surgeon in Rouen in 1821. The influence of a medical background is evident both in the content of Madame Bovary and in his 'scientific' style. In 1844 he suffered a form of epileptic seizure which forced him to give up his hated legal studies in Paris (although they later provided material both for Charles Bovary's student days and for Léon) and allowed him to devote himself to his writing. In 1846 he retired to the quiet Normandy village of Croisset with his mother and young niece. Despite his relative isolation he travelled widely; he witnessed the 1848 uprising in Paris (which he later drew on for A Sentimental Education ), toured the Near East with his friend and fellow writer Maxime du Camp and visited North Africa to collect material for the novel Salammbô . Surprisingly for a man famed for his literary misanthropy he also enjoyed the company of a wide variety of friends; he was closest to the writer Louis Bouilhet (Flaubert was devastated by his death in 1869) but he also corresponded with the Goncourt brothers, Sainte-Beuve, George Sand and even Princesse Mathilde, Napoleon III's cousin. He met his mistress and 'muse' Louise Colet in 1846; their relationship lasted until 1857 and their extensive and intimate correspondence has shed much light on the compostion of

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