New Approaches in Flaubert Studies (Studies in French Literature v. 34)

New Approaches in Flaubert Studies (Studies in French Literature v. 34)

By: Tony Williams (editor), Mary Orr (editor)Hardback

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A collection of critical essays on the work of Flaubert.


"Novembre" and the paradox of the new in Flaubert's early work (Timothy Unwin); reversible roles - gender trouble in "Madame Bovary" (Mary Orr); Flaubert and the Sleeping Beauty - an obsessive image (Anne Green); flower figures and the generation irony in "Madame Bovary" (Paul Tipper); genetics and incompletion (Michael Wetherill); history in the making - a genetic approach to the Tulieries episode in "L'education sentimentale" (Tony Williams); whatever happened to Bouvard and Pecuchet? (Diana Knight); gender roles in the novels of Flaubert (Steven Beigbeder); mobility in Flaubert's fiction - dynamics, disorder, discontinuity (Larry Duffy); Flaubert - the classical dimension (Stephen Goddard); "La Tentation de saint Antoine" and the works of Flaubert - an intertextual study (Mary Neiland); processes of literary creation - Flaubert and Proust; conclusion - new lamps for old? (Mary Orr); bibliography - Flaubert studies, 1989-97 (David Colwell); a report on Flaubert and the new technologies (Timothy Unwin).

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  • ISBN13: 9780773481978
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 256
  • ID: 9780773481978
  • ISBN10: 0773481974

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