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."
1 GEMMA BOVERY Tonight, Film4, 9pm GEMMA ARTERTON headlines this comedy drama which puts a contemporary spin on Gustave Flaubert's 19th-century novel Madame Bovary.
Perhaps the most famous of these are the multiple sequences he made to illustrate Gustave Flaubert's frequently revised Temptation of Saint Anthony (1874)- The provisionality of Flaubert's text, as well as the inchoate metamorphoses of the creatures it contains, suited Redon, and one of the figures he returns to most enthusiastically is Oannes, a mythical amphibian.
Scholars of French literature analyze the work of three francophone writers of the long 20th century whose lives and texts evoke sensations of radical failure: Gustave Flaubert (1821-80), Samuel Beckett (1906-89), and Marie NDiaye (born 1967).
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.
What is Madame Bovary's first name in the 1856 novel by Gustave Flaubert? 8.
Huysmans, Gustave Flaubert, Maurice Barres, Octave Mirbeau, Paul Verlaine and Charles Baudelaire.
Gustave Flaubert's famous novel Madame Bovary gets a fluffy contemporary makeover, with Gemma Arterton at her sensual best.
Earlier books focused on Flaubert's son, Gustave Flaubert (1821-1880), including translations of his famous novel Madame Bovary (1992) and Selected Letters (1995), as well as Flaubert: A Life (2001).