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Fri Mar 21 17:15:30 2014 UTClccn-n790598960.12Madame Bovary0.350.63Bouvard et Pécuchet : oeuvre posthume /9846192Gustave_Flaubertn 79059896292930Flaubert.Flaubert, G.Flaubert, Gustav.Flaubert, Gustav 1821-1880Flaubert, GustaveFlaubert, Gustaw.Flaubert, Gustaw 1821-1880FloberFlober, Gi?ustav, 1821-1880Flober, GistavFlober, Gi︠u︡stavFlober, Gi︠u︡stav, 1821-1880Flober, GjustavFlober, Gjustav 1821-1880Flober, Gûstav.Flôber, Gûstav 1821-1880Flober, Gyowstav 1821-1880Floberas, Giustavas, 1821-1880Floberg, Gûstav.Flobērs, Gistavs, 1821-1880Flobērs, Gustafs, 1821-1880Flobērs, Gustavs, 1821-1880Flōmper, Goustauos, 1821-1880Flôpêṙ, Kiwst'av 1821-1880Flūbair, Ǧūstāf 1821-1880Flūbīr, Ġūstāf 1821-1880Fu-lou-paiFu-lou-pai, 1821-1880Fu-lou-pai, Chü-ssu-tʻa fuFu-lou-pai, Chü-ssu-tʻa fu, 1821-1880FuloubaiFuloubai, 1821-1880Goústavos, FlompérGustave FlaubertPhlōmperPhlōmper, GkystavPhlōmper, Gkystav, 1821-1880Phlōmper, GoustauosPhlōmper, Goustauos, 1821-1880Phlōmper, Gustanos 1821-1880Phlōmper, Gustauos 1821-1880Γούσταυος, ΦλωμπέρФлобер, Густав, 1821-1880Флобер, ГюставФлобер, Гюстав, 1821-1880פלאבער, ג.פלאבער, גוסטאוופלאבער, גוסטאוו, 1821־1880פלאבער, גוסטב, 1821-1880פלובר, גוסטאבجوستاف فلوبير، 1821-1880غوستاف فلوبير، 1821-1880فلوبير، جوستاف، 1821-1880فلوبير، غوستاف، 1821-1880フロオベェル, ギュスターヴフロベールフローベール, ギュスターヴ福樓拜福樓拜, 1821-1880lccn-n79059809Steegmuller, Francis1906-1994cmmtrledtfast-837163Bovary, Emma (Fictitious character)lccn-n88608159Dumesnil, René1879-1967auiothaftedtlccn-n50030399Anthonyof Egypt, Saintapproximately 250-355 or 356lccn-no98099453Maynial, Edouard1879-1919auiothedtlccn-n50029096Colet, Louise1810-1876lccn-n50029939Aveling, Eleanor Marx1855-1898trllccn-n78091982James, Henry1843-1916auilccn-n78081235Sand, George1804-1876othcrpauiillantedtcrelccn-n78095494Stendhal1783-1842Flaubert, Gustave1821-1880FictionHistoryDomestic fictionBiographyDramaFilm adaptationsChristian fictionRecords and correspondenceCriticism, interpretation, etcHistorical filmsFlaubert, 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French207322515ocn000326985book18500.27Flaubert, GustaveMadame BovaryHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcTrials, litigation, etcGlossaries, vocabularies, etcFictionDictionariesDramaDomestic fictionA 19th-century woman pursues her romantic dreams through a series of lovers+-+78466902263244835764ocn003669286book18630.50Flaubert, GustaveSalammboHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcComic books, strips, etcFictionIn this novel, Carthage is in its death throes as an imperial nation--eternally at war and unable to meet the daily needs of its citizens. They are forced to believe in an ecstatic religious cult that demands the sacrifice of humans+-+7378995965286892ocn057048021rcrd19000.12Flaubert, GustaveMadame BovaryHistoryFictionDomestic fictionHistorical fictionEmma Bovary, bored by her provincial life, is drawn to a more sophisticated world that will demand a terrible price+-+31632325853242496524ocn016692927book18770.53Flaubert, GustaveTrois contesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcProgrammed instructionFictionAnecdotesShort stories, FrenchTrois courts récits sur la tragédie de la destinée+-+97095253572100362ocn000638191book18810.63Flaubert, GustaveBouvard et Pécuchet : oeuvre posthumeHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionBouvard and Pecuchet are two retired clerks who set out in a search for truth and knowledge with persistent optimism, in spite of the fact that each new attempt at learning about the world ends in disaster+-+K762612893207127ocn026930325book19500.24Flaubert, GustaveMadame Bovary : patterns of provincial lifeHistoryFictionDomestic fictionMadame Bovary is the story of a beautiful young woman who marries a luckless and loutish country doctor. She attempts to escape the narrow confines of her life through a series of passionate affairs, hoping to find in other men the romantic ideal she has always dreamed about. Her recklessness comes back to haunt her, however, and the strong-willed and independent Emma finds herself in a desperate fight for existence+-+7685794215203362ocn000342280book19410.29Flaubert, GustaveSentimental educationHistoryFictionThe protagonist, Frederic Moreau, and his beloved, Mme Arnoux, are based on Flaubert's youthful infatuation with an older married woman. Frederic's puppy love for Mme Arnoux is at first steadfast and idealistic, and she remains faithful to her rather frivolous husband. Frederic's love ends in disillusionment, as do the subsequent passions of his life. His youthful ambitions lead to failure and boredom, and his idealistic views of social progress are disappointed by reality+-+2696995965185387ocn007388713book19040.56Flaubert, GustaveThe temptation of Saint AntonyCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyFictionDramaBiographical fictionChristian dramaChristian fictionThe Christian hermit St. Anthony spends a night in the desert beset by doubts regarding his vocation, his faith, and the concept of God, "meeting" an array of historical figures including Buddha and the Queen of Sheba+-+87640202851749308ocn000676181book18690.59Flaubert, GustaveL'éducation sentimentale, histoire d'une jeune homme. [Introd., notes et relevé de variantesHistoryFiction+-+57895253573241681327ocn000638192book18480.63Flaubert, GustaveLa tentation de saint AntoineFictionDramaChristian fictionThe Christian hermit St. Anthony spends a night in the desert beset by doubts regarding his vocation, his faith, and the concept of God, "meeting" an array of historical figures including Buddha and the Queen of Sheba+-+774928525732413616ocn000535803book19650.29Flaubert, GustaveMadame Bovary : Backgrounds and sources ; essays in criticismFictionDomestic fictionEmma Bovary becomes bored with her life and embarks on an affair+-+9351458485121334ocn047011112book19490.28Flaubert, GustaveMadame Bovary life in a country townHistoryFictionDomestic fiction+-+50481803053241207208ocn000521931book18770.56Flaubert, GustaveTrois contes. Un Coeur simple. La Légende de saint Julien l'Hospitalier. HérodiasFictionExton bequest. Florence Exton was Principal of this college from1920 until her early death in 192311915ocn044955798file19980.25Flaubert, GustaveA simple soulFiction11904ocn044963802file20060.25Flaubert, GustaveHerodiasFiction1189229ocn003679762book18690.56Flaubert, GustaveL'éducation sentimentaleHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionBildungsromansHistorical fictionLove storiesDans le Paris des années 1840, le jeune Frédéric Moreau tombe amoureux de Mme Arnoux, une femme mariée qui vit dans l'ombre de son époux, un marchand de tableaux en vogue au sein de la bourgeoisie de l'époque. Par cet amour impossible, il voue sa vie à l'échec+-+385662535732411825ocn044956243file20060.25Flaubert, GustaveSalammboHistoryFiction10738ocn252696689book20040.31Flaubert, GustaveMadame Bovary provincial mannersFictionEmma Bovary yearns for a life of luxury and passion of the kind she reads about in romantic novels. But life with her country doctor husband in the provinces is unutterably boring, and she embarks on love affairs to realize her fantasies. This new translation by Margaret Mauldon perfectly captures Flaubert's distinctive style. - ;'Would this misery go on forever? Was there no escape? And yet she was every bit as good as all those other women who led happy lives!'. When Emma Rouault marries Charles Bovary she imagines she will pass into the life of luxury and passion that she reads about in sen+-+3485937465102516ocn604924641com19040.31Flaubert, GustaveThe temptation of Saint Anthony a revelation of the soulFictionChristian fictionThe Temptation of Saint Anthony (French La Tentation de Saint Antoine) is a book which the French author Gustave Flaubert spent practically his whole life fitfully working on, in three versions he completed in 1849, 1856 (extracts published at the same time) and 1872 before publishing the final version in 1874. It takes as its subject the famous temptation faced by Saint Anthony the Great in the Egyptian desert, a theme often repeated in medieval and modern art+-+857169022632496311ocn555644903book20100.23Flaubert, GustaveMadame Bovary : provincial waysFictionOffers a new translation of Flaubert's classic tale, in which the title character turns to spending and a series of affairs to combat the boredom of married life and, heartbroken and crippled by debts, takes drastic action that results in tragedy+-+6257755215349146ocn060651102book18990.33Brown, FrederickFlaubert : a biographyCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography"Gustave Flaubert, whose Madame Bovary outraged the right-thinking bourgeoisie when it was first published in 1856, is brought to life here in all his singularity and brilliance. Frederick Brown's portrayal is of an artist fraught with contradictions, his wit and bravado merging into vulnerability. A sedentary man by nature, Flaubert undertook epic voyages through Egypt and the Middle East. He could be flamboyantly uncouth but was fanatically devoted to beautifully cadenced prose. While energized by his camaraderie with male friends, who included Turgenev, the Goncourt brothers, Zola, and Maupassant, he depended for emotional nurture upon maternal women, notably George Sand. His assorted mistresses - French, Egyptian, and English - fed his richly erotic imagination and found their way into his fictional characters." "Flaubert's time and place caused him to be literally put on trial for portraying lewd behavior in Madame Bovary. His milieu also made him a celebrity and, indirectly, brought about his financial ruin, probably hastening his sudden death at the age of fifty-nine. Although writing was something like torture for him, it preoccupied his mind and dominated his life. He privately dreamed of popular success, which he in fact achieved with Madame Bovary, but adamantly refused to sacrifice to it his ideal of artistic integrity."--Jacket+-+3323661685211028ocn011291489book19840.25Barnes, JulianFlaubert's parrotFictionIn an Appalachian city recovering from a plague called the Crumble, Anna waits for her friend's return and the plague's sole survivor Rory finds his solitary life interrupted by Eugenio, who is investigating the cause of the catastrophe+-+4186824215202633ocn000430138book19390.47Steegmuller, FrancisFlaubert and Madame Bovary; a double portraitBiography+-+516626540618823ocn000711264book19640.29Giraud, Raymond DornerFlaubert; a collection of critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etcA study of Flaubert's refinement of symbolism and realism as stylistic techniques in the novel. Eminent writers analyze Madame Bovary, Salammbo, and L'Education Sentimentale for insight into Flaubert's impact on modern literature18069ocn000275189book19660.28Buck, StrattonGustave FlaubertCriticism, interpretation, etcA historical and critical appreciation of the author's works156811ocn084853014visu19910.24Chabrol, ClaudeMadame BovaryHistoryFictionDramaHistorical filmsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsA woman, not satisfied with the limited life she leads, rebels against conventional society, and finds tragedy+-+455555732532414837ocn054351331com20010.47Porter, Laurence MA Gustave Flaubert encyclopediaEncyclopediasAnnotation Includes hundreds of entries on Flaubert's life and writings+-+K99258868513955ocn000902092book19660.39Brombert, VictorThe novels of Flaubert; a study of themes and techniquesCriticism, interpretation, etc134424ocn000519620book19240.35Flaubert, GustaveThree talesCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionOverview: First published in 1877, the Three Tales, dominated by questions of doubt, love, loneliness and religious experience, form Flaubert's final great work. 'A Simple Heart' relates the story of Felicite - an uneducated serving-woman who retains her Catholic faith despite a life of desolation and loss. 'The Legend of Saint Julian Hospitator', inspired by a stained-glass window in Rouen cathedral, describes the fate of Julian, a sadistic hunter destined to murder his own parents. The blend of faith and cruelty that dominates this story may also be found in 'Herodias' - a reworking of the tale of Salome and John the Baptist. Rich with a combination of desire, sorrow and faith, these three diverse works are a triumphant conclusion to Flaubert's creative life. Roger Whitehouse's vibrant new translation captures the exquisite style of the original prose. Geoffrey Wall's introduction considers the inspiration for the tales in the context of Flaubert's life and other work. This edition includes a further reading list and detailed notes+-+517773746532413047ocn001169712book19670.35Starkie, EnidFlaubert: the making of the masterCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography12407ocn004983358book19810.32Flaubert, GustaveThe letters of Gustave FlaubertRecords and correspondence123910ocn001004792book19740.56Culler, Jonathan DFlaubert; the uses of uncertaintyCriticism, interpretation, etc12139ocn000339255book19620.50Kenner, HughFlaubert, Joyce, and Beckett; the stoic comediansCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+953832910611604ocn018191403book19890.28Lottman, Herbert RFlaubert : a biographyBiography11488ocn025245652book19880.29Troyat, HenriFlaubertBiographyBouilhet, Du Camp, Maupassant, George Sand, Turgenev, and Zola; his remarkable literary career, which produced not only Bovary but Salammbo, L'Education sentimentale, Trois Contes, and the unfinished and problematic Bouvard et Pecuchet. Flaubert offers a perfect marriage of biographer and subject, splendidly written, balanced in its literary judgments, and graced with a narrative brio and psychological acuity worthy of Flaubert himself10766ocn007273726book19870.39Sartre, Jean-PaulThe family idiot : Gustave Flaubert, 1821-1857Biography+-+516082177532410738ocn000508089book19720.37Flaubert, GustaveFlaubert in Egypt : a sensibility on tour ; a narrative drawn from Gustave Flaubert's travel notes & lettersHistoryBiographyDiaries+-+973089596510504ocn770872193file19840.53Tondeur, Claire-LiseGustave Flaubert, critique Thèmes et structuresHistoryRecords and correspondence10366ocn000219746book19710.35Starkie, EnidFlaubert: the master; a critical and biographical study (1856-1880)Biography10274ocn048871166book20010.27Wall, GeoffreyFlaubert, a lifeBiographyA portrait of the French novelist documents his quiet life in the provinces, the agonizingly slow pace by which his works were written, his clashes with neighbors, his trips to Paris and the Mediterranean, and his friendship with Turgenev+-+6271069285+-+7846690226324+-+7846690226324Fri Mar 21 15:20:34 EDT 2014batch301916