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Sites about Madame Bovary

by Gustave Flaubert

Characters: Charles Bovary, Emma Bovary, Berthe, Homais, Léon Dupuis, Rodolphe Boulanger

Critical sites about Madame Bovary

Fiction Victim
Erica Jong discusses the significance of Emma Bovary as a reader.
Contains: Character Analysis, Content Analysis
Author: Erica Jong
Flaubert, Gustave: Madame Bovary
A brief summary and analysis of the novel.
Contains: Plot Summary, Content Analysis
Author: Pamela Moore
Some Observations about the Suicide of the Adulteress in the Modern Novel
"Babis Dermitzakis discusses in his article, "Some Observations about the Suicide of the Adulteress in the Modern Novel," that in three major male-authored European novels -- Madam Bovary, Anna Karenina, and Therese Raquin -- the protagonists are wives who commit adultery that ends in suicide. In contrast, texts by women authors of the period show no similar description and perception of adultery by women. Dermitzakis suspects that the male writers did not simply fictionalize a specific social behavior or condition; rather, they likely imported their own prejudices about female adultery -- and more generally about female sensuality -- into their writing. Biographical evidence of the three authors appears to support such a hypothesis."
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Babis Dermitzakis
From: CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture: A WWWeb Journal 1.2 (1999)

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