Madame Bovary: Backgrounds and Sources, Essays in Criticism (Norton Critical Editions)

By: FLAUBERT, Gustave

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A softcover of Gustave Flaubert's great first novel, first published in 1856. Edited and translated from the French by Paul De Man, who has also supplied an introduction. The story revolves around a married woman who finds life in her provincial setting to be boring; she strives for the excitement and glamour of the high life. Madame Bovary has been made into several different movies and television series. A Norton Critical Edition, which informs the reader about period references which may not be known to modern readers; as well as backgrounds, sources and criticism. --- In purple and white wraps with image of the title subject to cover. --- This copy is like new, without markings or damages worthy of mention.; Octavo - 8 to 9 in. tall; xvi, 462 pages

Title: Madame Bovary: Backgrounds and Sources, Essays in Criticism (Norton Critical Editions)

Author Name: FLAUBERT, Gustave

Categories: >>Writers, Writing & Literary Criticism, >>Classic Fiction, Literature,

Publisher: New York, W. W. Norton & Company: [c.1970s]

ISBN Number: 0393096084

ISBN Number 13: 9780393096088

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Near Fine with no dust jacket

Stock No.: 71923