9780393979176

Madame Bovary Nce 2E PA

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  • ISBN13:

    9780393979176

  • ISBN10:

    0393979172

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Textbook Paperback
  • Copyright: 12/17/2004
  • Publisher: W W NORTON

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Summary

The text of this Norton Critical Edition is based on Eleanor Marx Aveling's celebrated translation, revised by Paul de Man.

Table of Contents

List of Illustrations vii
Introduction to the Second Edition ix
Translator's Note 3(2)
Madame Bovary: Provincial Life 5(274)
Contexts
Gustave Flaubert
Earlier Versions of Madame Bovary: Scenarios and Scenes
279(21)
The Earliest Known Outline
279(2)
The Dance at Vaubyessard-First Outline
281(1)
Projected Epilogue
282
1. Charles's Youth in Rouen
283(1)
2. Charles on His Way to the Bertaux Farm
284(1)
3. Emma at Tostes
284(1)
4. Conversations at Vaubyessard
285(3)
5. Emma and the Colored Window Panes at Vaubyessard
288(2)
6. Leon after His First Encounter with Emma
290(1)
7. Leon and Emma during the Evenings at Homais's House
291(1)
8. Emma after the Departure of Leon
292(2)
9. Emma's Happiness with Rodolphe
294(1)
10. Emma and Rodolphe
295(1)
11. Emma's Mystical Visions during Her Illness
296(1)
12. Leon in the Cathedral
297(1)
13. Emma's Final Reminiscences
297(1)
14. Charles at Emma's Deathbed
298(1)
15. The Final Meeting Between Charles and Rodolphe
298
Gustave Flaubert
Letters about Madame Bovary
300(1)
To Louise Colet
300(1)
To Leon Laurent-Pichat
310(1)
To Madame Maurice Schlesinger
311(1)
Madame Bovary on Trial
313(1)
Translator's Note (Bregtje Hartendorf-Wallach)
313(1)
The Ministry of Justice against Gustave Flaubert
314(77)
Critical Reception
Paul de Man
[Contemporary Critical Reception of Madame Bovary]
391(1)
Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve
Madame Bovary, by Gustave Flaubert
392(11)
Charles Baudelaire
Madame Bovary, by Gustave Flaubert
403(8)
Henry James
[Style and Morality in Madame Bovary]
411(5)
Mario Vargas Llosa
From The First Modern Novel
416(7)
Erich Auerbach
On the Serious Imitation of the Everyday
423(26)
Roland Barthes
The Reality Effect
449(6)
Franco Moretti
"The Best Time We Ever Had"
455(6)
Stephen Heath
[Provincial Manners in Madame Bovary]
461(9)
Dominick LaCapra
From Trial to Text
470(9)
Jonathan D. Culler
From Flaubert: The Uses of Uncertainty
479(13)
Richard Terdiman
From Discourse/Counter-Discourse: The Theory and Practice of Symbolic Resistance in Nineteenth-Century France
492(7)
Naomi Schor
Restricted Thematics: Madame Bovary
499(13)
Jann Matlock
From Censoring the Realist Gaze
512(12)
Avital Ronell
From Crack Wars
524(11)
Robert Stam
From Madame Bovary Goes to the Movies
535(14)
Gustave Flaubert: A Chronology 549(2)
Selected Bibliography 551

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