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Flaubert by Michel Winock
Publication Date: 2016-10-17
Michel Winock situates Flaubert in France's century of great democratic transition. The chapters of this biography are devoted to such subjects as his affair with Louise Colet, his novel Salammbô, and his friendship with George Sand.
Flaubert: A Biography by Frederick Brown
Publication Date: 2006-04-06
From the highly acclaimed author of Zola: A Life comes the definitive biography of Gustave Flaubert, author of Madame Bovary. Frederick Brown's magisterial biography honors his subject's life, times, and legacy.
The Cambridge Companion to Flaubert by Timothy Unwin (Editor)
Publication Date: 2004-11-18
This volume brings together a series of essays by acknowledged experts on Flaubert. It offers a coherent overview of the writer's work and critical legacy, and provides insights into the very latest scholarly thinking. While a central place is given to Flaubert's most widely read texts, attention is also paid to key areas of the corpus that have tended to be overlooked. Close textual analyses are accompanied by discussion of broader theoretical issues.
Flaubert: A Life by Geoffrey Wall
Publication Date: 2002-05-29
Geoffrey Wall's remarkable new biography weaves together the inner dramas of Flaubert's provincial life with the social intrigues of his regular escapes to Paris, and the flamboyant excitements of his travels throughout the Mediterranean. Flaubert's contradictory experiences nurtured his peerless novels and stories, and Wall's dynamic interpretation of them gives us a new understanding of his sometimes pitiable, always unforgettable characters.
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