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The family idiot : Gustave Flaubert, 1821-1857

Author: Jean-Paul Sartre
Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1981-1993.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In this fifth and last volume of the English translation, corresponding to the whole of Volume 3 of the French edition, Sartre demonstrates how Flaubert's personal "neurosis" coincided with the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Gustave Flaubert; Gustave Flaubert; Gustave Flaubert
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jean-Paul Sartre
ISBN: 9780226735092 0226735095 9780226735108 0226735109 9780226735160 0226735168 9780226735184 0226735184 9780226735191 0226735192
OCLC Number: 7273726
Language Note: Translation of: L'idiot de la famille.
Notes: Translation of: L'Idiot de la famille.
Description: 5 volumes ; 24 cm
Contents: v. 1. Part One: Constitution: 1. A problem; 2. The father; 3. The mother; 4. The elder brother; 5. The birth of a younger son; 6. Father and son; 7. Two deologies.--v. 2. Part Two: Personalization, Book One: "What is Beauty if not the impossible?": 8. The imaginary child; 9. From imaginary child to actor; 10. From actor to author; 11. Scripta manent; 12. From poet to artist.--v. 3. Part Two: Personalization (continuted), Book Two: School years: 13. From legend to Role: The "Garcon"-A. Structure-B. History as Psychodrama-Book Three: Preneurosis; 14. From poet to Artist (continued)-A. Literary disappointment (1838-1840-B. Taking up a profession.--v. 4. Part Three: Elbehnon, or the Last spiral, Book One: The "fall" seen as immediate, negative, and tactical response to an emergency: 15. The event; 16. Gustave's diagnosis; 17. Neurosis as response-Book Two: The crisis seen as a positive strategy in the light of subsequent facts; or, "loser wins" as a conversation to optimism-18. "Loser Wins" rationalized. v. 3 (cont.) 19. The real meaning of "lower wins".--v. 5. Book One: objective neurosis: 20. The problem; 21. The objective spirit; 22. The literary situation of the postromantic apprentice author-Book Two: neurosis and programming in flaubert: the second empire.
Other Titles: Idiot de la famille.
Responsibility: Jean-Paul Sartre ; translated by Carol Cosman.
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