Gustave Flaubert


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

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and in the Very Disk of the Sun Radiates the Face of Jesus Christ, Odilon Redon, lithograph from The Temptation of Saint Anthony by Gustave Flaubert (Editions Ambroise Vollard, Paris, 1933-38), 43.9 x 33cm.
Gustave Flaubert describes Lariviere, in almost mythical terms, as an industrious and prosperous philosopher-practitioner from a past age.
Like his contemporary Gustave Flaubert, Zola saw his characters and their desperate lives as a "tranche de vie" - a slice of real life.
Free of charge to the public, the series is loosely inspired, in its sprawling ambition if not its subject matter, by Gustave Flaubert's posthumously published novel about a pair of naive autodidacts, Bouvard and Pecuchet.
In any case, lean Amery's concern with Gustave Flaubert is of an entirely other order.
She deeply desired to hone her creative writing skill and began to study classic authors such as Charles Dickens, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and Gustave Flaubert.
They will have read the likes of Gustave Flaubert, who left behind a wealth of diaries, letters and travel notes from his sojourn in Egypt.
Patrick, and Gustave Flaubert and George Moore in "The Dead."
Reproduction au trait de l'original de 1857 annote par Gustave Flaubert. Geneva: Droz, 2011.
Gustave Flaubert. Adam Thorpe, translator and editor.
Anthony Sattin starts by placing both Gustave Flaubert and Florence Nightingale on the same boat from Alexandria to Cairo on the same day in November 1849.
In the introduction to her translation of Gustave Flaubert's great novel Madame Bovary (Viking Penguin), Lydia Davis as good as says that her rendering is better than any of the nineteen English versions already in print.
London Apr 28 (ANI): The final manuscript and multiple rough drafts of Madame Bovary, one of French author Gustave Flaubert's influential novels, has been made available for general public on the Internet.