Gustave Flaubert


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Noun1.Gustave Flaubert - French writer of novels and short stories (1821-1880)Gustave Flaubert - French writer of novels and short stories (1821-1880)
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L'homme c'est rien--l'oeuvre c'est tout,' as Gustave Flaubert wrote to George Sand.
Racy as France then seemed to British eyes, Gustave Flaubert had nonetheless been prosecuted in Paris for Madame Bovary, as had Charles Baudelaire for his poems, a mere half-century before.
Je finirais par cette tres belle phrase de l'ecrivain francais Gustave Flaubert qui disait: "La censure, quelle qu'elle soit, me paraEt une monstruosite, une chose pire que l'homicide ; l'attentat contre la pensee est un crime de lese-ame.
Her suicide was the subject of much gossip, and a friend of the writer Gustave Flaubert drew his attention to it.
The author has taken ah unusual turn by starting with the last and second to last of the major philosophical biographies that Sartre wrote: his so-called "biographies" of Jean Genet, Saint Genet: Actor and Martyr and of Gustave Flaubert, The Family Idiot, though he admits that the Genet appeared between Being and Nothingness and the Critique.
This handbook of essays explains why the sermon is so important to one's culture in the Western world, be it in the fictional creation of Gustave Flaubert or in the modern world of English civilization and beyond.
Patrick, and Gustave Flaubert and George Moore in "The Dead.
In previous exhibitions, Egan directly cited passages from her personal literary heroes, such as Gustave Flaubert and Jean Rhys.
She deeply desired to hone her creative writing skill and began to study classic authors such as Charles Dickens, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and Gustave Flaubert.
The finesse of this hunting technique raises the issue of the chapter's self-reflexivity for Cotkin, who then takes the occasion to ruminate on Melville's "stylistic brilliance," linking his manic method of composition to that of Gustave Flaubert, who began composing Madame Bovary in 1851, the year Moby-Dick appeared (161).
FRENCH novelist Gustave Flaubert once said, " Read to live".