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Synonyms for Flaubert

French writer of novels and short stories (1821-1880)

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While Monsieur Flaubert spoke Tarzan selected a cigarette from his case, and lighted it.
Presently Monsieur Flaubert nodded to D'Arnot, and each man placed his principal in position.
Instead, he advanced toward De Coude, and when D'Arnot and Monsieur Flaubert, misinterpreting his intention, would have rushed between them, he raised his left hand in a sign of remonstrance.
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Nel 1856, quando la "Revue de Paris" comincia a pubblicare in episodi Madame Bovary, Gustave Flaubert viene accusato di oltraggio alla morale pubblica e religiosa e ai buoni costumi; pochi anni dopo nel 1863 Olympia di Eduard Manet, padre spirituale degli impressionisti, viene rifiuta al "Salon" ufficiale, ed esposta nel 1865 al "Salon des RefusAaAaAeA@s", scandalizzan i benpensanti.
Flaubert, Beckett, NDiaye: The Aesthetics, Emotions and Politics of Failure
Nobel laureate Mario Vargas Llosa, in his recent visit to Manila, said it was French novelist Gustave Flaubert and his novel 'Madame Bovary' that encouraged him to pursue his dream of becoming not only a novelist but also a realist writer.
De manera muy amena y con toques de ironia, Paredes relata en el texto sobre la novela Madame Bovary, de Gustave Flaubert, como a lo largo del tiempo y en incontables escritos se ha repetido con ligereza la idea de que en algun momento de su vida, cuando le preguntaron al escritor frances como nacio el personaje de Emma, el respondio:
In 1849, Gustave Flaubert and Maxime Du Camp set off on an adventure to the East.
The Enlightened Physician: Achille-Cleophas Flaubert, 1784-1846, by Geoffrey Wall.
Ganador del Premio Booker, el mas prestigiado de Inglaterra, recientemente viudo, consideran su obra maestra El loro de Flaubert.
The cultural milieu to which Flaubert was responding was one characterized by change and unrest where ideologies surrounding middle class sexuality and gender were concerned.
Formal Revolution in the Work of Baudelaire and Flaubert.
Then, with Barnes's novel I will attempt to dig into the repressed sexuality of the quasi-narrative, problematizing an approach to the protagonist-narrator Geoffrey Braithwaite that reads his odd interest in Gustave Flaubert as a reaction-formation to his inability to come to terms with his relationship to his ex-wife.