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Madame Bovary patterns of provincial life

A powerful nineteenth-century French classic depicting the moral degeneration of a weak-willed woman.

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  • "Madame Bovary, Gustave Flaubert"
  • "Réalisme. Gustave Flaubert"
  • "Moeurs de province"
  • "Onna no isshō"
  • "Provincial manners"@en
  • "Madame Bovary (moeurs de province)"@it
  • "Baofali fu ren"
  • "Collection Folio"
  • "Madame Bobary"
  • "Fa guo wai sheng feng su ji"
  • "女の一生"
  • "包法利夫人"
  • "Provincial ways"
  • "Madame Bovary"@ja
  • "Madame Bovary"@he
  • "Madame Bovary"@en
  • "Madame Bovary"
  • "Madame Bovary"@it
  • "Novelly"
  • "Costumbres provincianas"
  • "Dossier Madame Bovary"
  • "Mœrs de province"
  • "Oeuvres complètes de Flaubert"
  • "Gustave Flaubert"
  • "Madame Boavry : provincial lives"
  • "L'education sentimental"
  • "Leksikon propisnyk︠h︡ istin"
  • "Trans. by Eleanor Marx Aveling"@en
  • "法国外省风俗记"
  • "A propósito de Gustave Flaubert y su obra"
  • "女子의一生"
  • "Madame Bovrry"
  • "Madame Bovary : Moeurs de province"
  • "Réalisme"
  • "Manon Lescaut"
  • "Yŏja ŭi ilsaeng"
  • "Madame bovary"
  • "Manong Lesŭkko"

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  • "Podkladem románu, který byl napsán téměř před sto lety, je skutečná událost: Žena venkovského lékaře a matka dítěte podvádí svého manžela a skončí sebevraždou. U Flauberta je z tohoto námětu příběh provinciální manželky, žijící ve všendím maloměšťáckém prostředí, ve všedním manželství a stejně všedních milostných dobrodružstvích. Ta jsou však hrdinkou vyzdvihována do sféry jakési romantické jedinečnosti a přivodí její morální a životní zhroucení, Flaubertova ironie postihuje rozpor mezi hrdinčinými romantickými city a banálními fakty milostného života a ostře kreslí typy prostředí, jež se stejně jako paní Bovaryová staly literárními typy: volnomyšlenkářského polovzdělance lékárníka Homaise, napůl směšného, napůl politováníhodného manžela - lékaře Bovaryho, lichvářského kořistníka Lheureuxe. Takto je román i obrazem maloměšťáckých typů poloviny 19. stol."
  • "A powerful nineteenth-century French classic depicting the moral degeneration of a weak-willed woman."@en
  • "Madame Bovary - The Original Classic Edition."@en
  • "Emma Bovary becomes bored with her life and embarks on an affair."
  • "Emma Bovary becomes bored with her life and embarks on an affair."@en
  • "Considéré à sa parution comme une atteinte à la morale publique et religieuse, ce roman apporte un témoignage sur la condition de la femme, la société bourgeoise et la vie en province au XIXe siècle au travers du romantisme stéréotypé d'Emma Bovary."
  • "Portrait of tawdry romance leads to troubles for all."
  • "Offers 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."
  • "A plain history of the slow but inevitable moral degeneration of a weak woman. Describes the patient rendering of the squalor and narrowness of provincial life and of its effect on the woman's mind."
  • "With a novelist's attention to psychological detail, a diarist's love of personal history, and a moralist's penchant for spinning parables, the Roman writer Plutarch created an altogether new kind of biographical history with his Parallel Lives, a series of paired portraits of major figures from classical Greece and Rome. In this program, Plutarch himself is held up for scrutiny, and he gives an extraordinary accounting of himself. Philosopher, priest of the Temple of Apollo, benefactor, and early advocate for the education of women, Plutarch practiced what he preached: "The virtues of these great men serve me as a sort of looking-glass, in which I may see how to adjust and adorn my own life." Passages from Parallel Lives are interspersed throughout the program, highlighting both Plutarch's style and his substance."@en
  • "When Emma Rouault's marriage to a dull young doctor does not come up to her romantic expectations, she seeks adventure in illicit love affairs."@en
  • "This exquisite novel tells the story of one of the most compelling heroines in modern literature--Emma Bovary. Unhappily married to a devoted, clumsy provincial doctor, Emma revolts against the ordinariness of her life by pursuing voluptuous dreams of ecstasy and love. But her sensuous and sentimental desires lead her only to suffering corruption and downfall. A brilliant psychological portrait, Madame Bovary searingly depicts the human mind in search of transcendence."@en
  • "The classic tale of a woman who craves passion and intimacy, but findsonly greed, betrayal, and heartbreak, as she stumbles towards suicide."
  • "In Flaubert's classic tale, Madame Bovary 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."
  • "Emma Bovary, bored by her provincial life, is drawn to a more sophisticated world that will demand a terrible price."
  • "Emma Bovary, bored by her provincial life, is drawn to a more sophisticated world that will demand a terrible price."@en
  • "Klassieke roman over een naar ongrijpbaar geluk hunkerende vrouw, die zich teleurgesteld door de nuchterheid en middelmatigheid van haar man, een dorpsdokter, in roekeloze liefdesverhoudingen stort, hetgeen tot haar ondergang leidt."
  • "Considered a masterpiece by many critics, Madame Bovary features a surprise twist: the famous poisoning of the title character herself."@en
  • "L'histoire d'Emma Bovary fut considérée, à sa sortie, comme une atteinte à la morale publique et religieuse. Elle rend compte de la condition féminine dans la société bourgeoise et la vie en province au XIXe siècle au travers du romantisme d'Emma."
  • "One of the world's most celebrated novels, soon to be a major motion picture starring Mia WasikowskaThis indelible portrait of a beautiful woman's aching lust for more-more romance, more glamour, more fun-and her resulting tragic demise, is widely considered one of the finest novels ever written. Flaubert's refusal to condemn his adulterous heroine, a woman trapped as much by circumstance as by her own boundless desires, scandalized nineteenth-century France and resulted in a trial on charges of obscenity. But it is the beauty of the novel's prose, the great care it takes with characters major."@en
  • "The story of Emma Bovary, a farmer's daughter, and the gradual corruption of her when she is married to staid husband."
  • "Electronic book with full text of Flaubert's novel, often called the first "modern" novel. Story of Emma Bovary, a beautiful young woman longing to escape from her dull husband and bourgeois life. The story of her adulteries and financial ruin shocked mid-nineteenth century France. This edition translated by Francis Steegmuller. Program allows interaction with the text, such as searching for words and phrases."@en
  • "*** Vollständig überarbeitete und korrigierte Ausgabe mit Fussnoten und Vorwort *** "Sie hat ihn satt, zweifelsohne. Er hat dreckige Fingernägel und rasiert sich nur alle drei Tage. Wenn er seine Patienten abzurennen hat, sitzt sie daheim und stopft Strümpfe. Und langweilt sich. Sehnt sich nach der grossen Stadt und möchte am liebsten alle Abende auf den Ball. Arme kleine Frau! So was schnappt nach Liebe wie ein Karpfen auf dem Küchentisch nach Wasser! Drei nette Worte, und sie ist futsch! Sicherlich! Das wär was fürs Herz! Scharmant! Aber wie kriegt man sie hinterher wieder los?" Madame Bovary, Schicksalgenossin von Fontanes Effi Briest und Tolstois Anna Karenina. Frauen, die dafür bestraft werden, ihren Gefühlen zu folgen - eine Ungeheuerlichkeit zur damaligen Zeit. Auch die Autoren kannten kein "Happy End" für sie. "Man muss das Werk lesen und das darin pulsierende Leben kennenlernen. Es sind geradezu einzige Stellen darin enthalten, Stellen, die klassisch geworden sind, wie die Ehe Emmas und Charles', die Szene bei der landwirtschaftlichen Ausstellung, in der Rudolf der jungen Frau den Hof macht; namentlich aber sind der Tod und das Begräbnis der Madame Bovary grausig wahr. Ausserdem hat das ganze Werk bis auf die unbedeutendsten Vorkommnisse ein peinigendes, durchaus neues, bis zum Erscheinen dieses Buches vollkommen unbekanntes Interesse, das Interesse an der Wirklichkeit, an dem Drama des alltäglichen Lebens erregt. Die Schilderungen dringen uns mit unbesiegbarer Macht ins Herz, wie ein Schauspiel, eine Handlung, die unmittelbar vor unseren Augen sich vollzieht." Émile Zola hat mit diesem Zitat das Wesentliche aus Flauberts Roman "Madame Bovary" noch einmal zusammengefasst. 1. Auflage Umfang: 476 Normseiten bzw. 536 Buchseiten."
  • "In 1800s provincial northern France, Emma Bovary yearns for a taste of the luxury and romance she has imbibed from the popular novels she had read. Instead, married to a man with a second-rate medical degree and little ambition, and living far away from the enticements of Paris, Emma is stifled by the banality and emptiness of her existence. Desperately frustrated, she embarks upon adulterous affairs and voracious spending sprees. However, not only are her efforts to live with passion ultimately unsatisfying, but they also have devastating consequences..."
  • "Emma Bovary, a bored provincial housewife, abandons her husband to pursue the libertine Rodolphe in a desperate love affair."@en
  • "Emma Bovary, a bored provincial housewife, abandons her husband to pursue the libertine Rodolphe in a desperate love affair."
  • "Madame 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."@en
  • ""This exquisite novel tells the story of one of the most compelling heroines in modern literature--Emma Bovary. Unhappily married to a devoted, clumsy provincial doctor, Emma revolts against the ordinariness of her life by pursuing voluptuous dreams of ecstasy and love. But her sensuous and sentimental desires lead her only to suffering corruption and downfall. A brilliant psychological portrait, Madame Bovary searingly depicts the human mind in search of transcendence." -- from publisher's website."
  • "Charles Bovary, a mediocre and dull man, has his life planned out for him by his mother. She marries him to a widow, who dies shortly after marriage. He then falls in love with Emma, who has fantasies about what married life should be. Charles falls short of those fantasies. Emma soon begins to wander, living beyond her means, and quite carelessly. After the birth of their child, she settles down for a bit, but only stays tame for so long ..."@en
  • "Nineteenth-century novel about Emma Bovary, the wife of a provincial doctor who seeks to escape her boredom by indulging in romantic fantasies and adulterous affairs."@en
  • "Flaubert's first novel tells the story of Emma Bovary, a doctor's wife who combats the boredom of 19th-century provincial life with adulterous affairs."@en
  • "Set amid the stifling atmosphere of nineteenth-century bourgeois France, Madame Bovary is at once an unsparing depiction of a woman's gradual corruption and a savagely ironic study of human shallowness and stupidity. Neither Emma, nor her lovers, nor Homais, the man of science, escapes the author's searing castigation; and it is the book's final profound irony that only Charles, Emma's oxlike, eternally deceived husband, emerges with a measure of human grace through his stubborn and selfless love. With its rare formal perfection, Madame Bovary represents, as Frank O'Connor has declared, "possibly the most beautifully written book ever composed; undoubtedly the most beautifully written novel...a book that invites superlatives...the most important novel of the century.""@en
  • "A nineteenth-century French woman pursues her romantic dreams through a series of lovers."
  • "A nineteenth-century French woman pursues her romantic dreams through a series of lovers."@en
  • "The heroine is Emma, a bored provincial housewife who abandons her husband, Charles Bovary, to pursue the libertine Rodolphe in a desperate love affair ..."@en
  • "This is an electronic edition of the complete book complemented by author biography. This book features a table of contents linked to every chapter. The book was designed for optimal navigation on the Kindle, PDA, Smartphone, and other electronic readers. It is formatted to display on all electronic devices including the Kindle, Smartphones and other Mobile Devices with a small display."
  • "The publication in 1857 of Madame Bovary, with its vivid depictions of sex and adultery, incited a backlash of immorality charges. The novel tells the story of Emma Bovary, a doctor's wife bored and unfulfilled by marriage and motherhood. She embarks upon a series of affairs in search of passion and excitement, but is unable to achieve the splendid life for which she yearns. Instead, she finds herself trapped in a downward spiral that inexorably leads to ruin and self-destruction. Along with Tolstoy's Anna Karenina, Flaubert 's tragic novel stands as a brilliant portrayal of infidelity, an incisive psychological portrait of a woman torn between duty and desire. Written with acute attention to telling detail, Madame Bovary not only exposes the emptiness of one woman's bourgeois existence and failure to fill that void with fantasies, sex, and material objects. Emma's thirst for life mirrors the universal human impulse for idealized fulfillment. Chris Kraus is the author of the novels I Love Dick, Aliens & Anorexia, and Torpor, and a collection of essays, Video Green: Los Angeles Art and the Triumph of Nothingness. She is co-editor, with Sylvere Lotringer and Hedi El Kholti, of the independent press Semiotext(e). She teaches in the graduate program of the San Francisco Art Institute."
  • "This exquisite novel tells the story of one of the most compelling heroines in modern literature--Emma Bovary. Unhappily married to a devoted, clumsy provincial doctor, Emma revolts against the ordinariness of her life by pursuing voluptuous dreams of ecstasy and love."@en
  • "This Web site provides visitors with the electronic text of Madame Bovary, by Gustave Flaubert. Come and read the classic tale of a peasant's daughter who marries a boring country doctor and finds marriage to be less romantic and satisfying than she expected. The novel explores themes of sexuality, misconception, deception, and love. Find out why Madame Bovary's decisions lead to an overdose on arsenic. Visitors can read the work in direct order or skip to the chapter of their choice."
  • "Un ufficiale sanitario, Charles Bovary, dopo aver studiato medicina durante la giovinezza, sposa una donna più grande di lui, che però muore prematuramente. Rimasto vedovo, si risposa con una bella ragazza di campagna, Emma Rouault, impregnata di desideri di lusso e romanticherie, vagheggiamenti che le provengono dalla lettura di romanzi. Charles è benestante, ma anche noioso e maldestro. Emma crede che la nascita di un maschio "curerà" il loro matrimonio. Quando rimane incinta, e alla fine partorisce una figlia, si convince che la propria vita sia finita."
  • "The bored wife of a bumbling provincial physician, Emma seeks to escape from the tedium of her life with romantic fantasies and adulterous affairs, but is ultimately doomed to disillusionment. Unable to come to terms with reality, Emma is a figure at once noble and banal, tragic and absurd. With her wrenching story, Flaubert forged an unforgettable classic that has remained one of the most admired and influential novels ever written. That peerless twentieth-century stylist, Vladimir Nabokov, put the case memorably: "Without Flaubert there would have been no Marcel Proust in France, no James Joyce in Ireland. Chekhov in Russia would not have been quite Chekhov.""@en
  • "The bored wife of a bumbling provincial physician, Emma seeks to escape from the tedium of her life with romantic fantasies and adulterous affairs, but is ultimately doomed to disillusionment. Unable to come to terms with reality, Emma is a figure at once noble and banal, tragic and absurd. With her wrenching story, Flaubert forged an unforgettable classic that has remained one of the most admired and influential novels ever written. That peerless twentieth-century stylist, Vladimir Nabokov, put the case memorably: "Without Flaubert there would have been no Marcel Proust in France, no James Joyce in Ireland. Chekhov in Russia would not have been quite Chekhov.""
  • "Emma, fille d'un riche fermier, le père Rouault, a épousé Charles Bovary, un médecin médiocre, pour fuir sa vie monotone à la campagne. Peu de temps après son mariage, déçue par Charles, elle cherche désespérément l'amour dans les bras de Rodolphe, puis dans ceux de Léon..."
  • "Flaubert's classic novel depicts the tragedy of a woman who commits adultery because of her romantic dreams."@en
  • "'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 sentimental novels and women's magazines. But Charles is a dull country doctor, and provincial life is very different from the romantic excitement for which she yearns. In her quest to realize her dreams she takes a lover, and begins a devastating spiral into deceit and despair. Flaubert's novel scandalized its readers when it was first published in 1857, and it remains unsurpassed in its unveiling of character and society. In this new translation Margaret Mauldon perfectly captures the tone that makes Flaubert's style so distinct and admired."
  • "Reflecting on the bourgeoisie of France in the early 19th century, Madame Bovary is Flaubert' s commentary on the wealthy' s romantic delusions and the impact such delusions have on the lives of everyone involved. Upon the publication of Madame Bovary in 1856, Gustave Flaubert was prosecuted for obscenity and offending public morals. In 1857 he was acquitted, and, aided by the publicity from the trial, Madame Bovary became a bestseller. It has been adapted for film, television, and theatre."@en
  • "The story of Emma Bovary, the bored wife of a provincial doctor, whose desires and illusions are shattered when reality catches up with her."@en
  • "A critical masterpiece, Madame Bovary is the story of Emma Bovary's search for passion and the consequences that follow. While deeply loved by her husband Charles, Emma is unhappy with the banality of her provincial life and seeks excitement in infidelity and living beyond her means. Left brokenhearted and penniless, the truth of Emma's life ultimately destroys her and her family. Reflecting on the bourgeoisie of France in the early 19th century, Madame Bovary is Flaubert's commentary on the wealthy's romantic delusions and the impact such delusions have on the lives of everyone involved. Upon the publication of Madame Bovary in 1856, Gustave Flaubert was prosecuted for obscenity and offending public morals. In 1857 he was acquitted, and, aided by the publicity from the trial, Madame Bovary became a bestseller. It has been adapted for film, television, and theatre. HarperPerennial Classics brings great works of literature to life in digital format, upholding the highest standards in ebook production and celebrating reading in all its forms. Look for more titles in the HarperPerennial Classics collection to build your digital library."@en
  • "Literature Online includes the KnowledgeNotes student guides, a unique collection of critical introductions to major literary works. These high-quality, peer-reviewed academic resources are tailored to the needs of literature students and serve as a complement to the guidance provided by lecturers and seminar teachers."
  • "Literature Online includes the KnowledgeNotes student guides, a unique collection of critical introductions to major literary works. These high-quality, peer-reviewed academic resources are tailored to the needs of literature students and serve as a complement to the guidance provided by lecturers and seminar teachers."@en
  • "Looking for more than is on offer in her provincial life, Emma Bovary, a doctor's wife, embarks on a series of adulterous affairs."@en
  • "Emma Bovary is bored, trapped in her marriage to a mediocre doctor and stifled by the banality of provincial life. A reader of novels, she longs for passion and seeks escape in fantasies of high romance, in voracious spending and, eventually, in adultery. But, even her affairs bring her disappointment and the consequences are devastating."@en
  • "One of the very few among the world's great novels which may be properly described as a wholly finished work of art. Universally acclaimed as the greatest novel about the heart, mind, soul of a woman."
  • "Flaubert, Gustave: Frau Bovary. Übers. v. Arthur Schurig, 58.-67. Tsd., Leipzig: Insel-Verlag, 1952. Erstdruck einer gekürzten Fassung in: Revue de Paris, 1.10.-15.12. 1856. Erste Ausgabe in zwei Bänden: Paris (Levy) 1857. Hier nach der Übers. v. Arthur Schurig, Leipzig: Insel-Verlag, 1952."
  • "A new translation by Adam Thorpe Gustave Flaubert once said of his heroine, "Emma Bovary, c'est moi." In this acclaimed new translation, Adam Thorpe brings readers closer than ever before to Flaubert's peerless text and, by extension, the author himself. Emma, a passionate dreamer raised in the French countryside, is ready for her life to take off when she marries the decent, dull Dr. Charles Bovary. Marriage, however, fails to live up to her expectations, which are fueled by sentimental novels, and she turns disastrously to love affairs. The story of Emma's adultery scandalized France when Madame Bovary was first published. Today, the heartbreaking story of Emma's financial ruin remains just as compelling. Translator Adam Thorpe, an accomplished author in his own right, pays careful attention to the "complex music" of Flaubert's language, with its elegant, finely wrought sentences and closely observed detail. This exquisite Modern Library edition is sure to set a new standard for an enduring classic. Praise for Adam Thorpe's translation of Madame Bovary "What leaves me reeling with each rereading (and Adam Thorpe's new translation is, pardon the pun, to die for) is the use of language. There can be no doubt as to the reason for Flaubert's brain popping at the top of the stairs when he was fifty-eight. He broke it scouring for perfect sentences, words, le mot juste."'Russell Kane, The Independent "Flaubert described his great work as a poem, so it is fitting that a poet and novelist of Thorpe's stature should turn his hand to it."'Robin Robertson, The Herald (Scotland)."@en
  • "Emma Bovary is the original desperate housewife. Beautiful but bored, she is married to a provincial doctor yet harbors dreams of an elegant and passionate life. In an effort to make her life everything she believes it should be, she spends lavishly on clothes and on her home and embarks on two disappointing affairs. Soon heartbroken and crippled by debts, Emma takes drastic action with tragic consequences for her husband and daughter."
  • "The desires and illusions of Emma Bovary, the bored wife of a provincial doctor in mid-nineteenth-century France, are shattered when reality catches up with her."
  • "Story of a dissatisfied woman bored with the tedium of everyday married life. Shows how she longed romantically but frivolously for a life filled with excitement and novelty. Shows that life makes all people - even beautiful women - pay for what they want."@en
  • "Novel based on the life and miserable death of Emma, a fictional middle class woman."
  • "Madame Bovary (1856) is the French novelist Gustave Flaubert's much-celebrated masterpiece that has been translated into more than forty languages in the world. It belongs to the realistic movement of fiction and has often been considered by critics as one of its most important foundational works. The book recounts the life story of Charles Bovary, a young man from northern France who has been brought up by his mother to become rather a simpleton. Charles is trained to be a medical doctor and then starts practicing his job. He first marries an elder woman that his mother chooses for him. While being married, he has an acquaintance with a beautiful young woman named Emma with whom he falls in love. He is given the opportunity to get closer to Emma and marry her after the death of his first wife. The story then becomes entirely focused on the character of Emma who soon gets bored of her marital status and starts to look for extramarital relations. She indulges in sexual adventures with two different partners while her husband never suspects anything. She even unsuccessfully attempts to elope with one of her lovers once. Madame Bovary commits suicide by the end of the narrative after having drowned herself in irredeemable debt. Charles, who cherishes her memory, discovers about her cheating only later and still tries to find her excuses before he dies himself."@en
  • "Madame Bovary, by Gustave Flaubert, is part of the <A href=http://www.barnesandnoble.com/classics/index.asp?z=y&cds2Pid=16447&sLinkPrefix>Barnes & Noble Classics</A> series, which offers quality editions at affordable prices to the student and the general reader, including new scholarship, thoughtful design, and pages of carefully crafted extras. Here are some of the remarkable features of Barnes & Noble Classics:<UL type=disc><LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>New introductions commissioned from today's top writers and scholars <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Biographies of the authors <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Chronologies of contemporary historical, biographical, and cultural events <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Footnotes and endnotes <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Selective discussions of imitations, parodies, poems, books, plays, paintings, operas, statuary, and films inspired by the work <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Comments by other famous authors <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Study questions to challenge the reader's viewpoints and expectations <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Bibliographies for further reading <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Indices & Glossaries, when appropriateAll editions are beautifully designed and are printed to superior specifications; some include illustrations of historical interest. Barnes & Noble Classics pulls together a constellation of influences—biographical, historical, and literary—to enrich each reader's understanding of these enduring works. The publication in 1857 of Madame Bovary, with its vivid depictions of sex and adultery, incited a backlash of immorality charges. The novel tells the story of Emma Bovary, a doctor's wife bored and unfulfilled by marriage and motherhood. She embarks upon a series of affairs in search of passion and excitement, but is unable to achieve the splendid life for which she yearns. Instead, she finds herself trapped in a downward spiral that inexorably leads to ruin and self-destruction. Along with Tolstoy's Anna Karenina, Flaubert's tragic novel stands as a brilliant portrayal of infidelity, an incisive psychological portrait of a woman torn between duty and desire. Written with acute attention to telling detail, Madame Bovary not only exposes the emptiness of one woman's bourgeois existence and failure to fill that void with fantasies, sex, and material objects. Emma's thirst for life mirrors the universal human impulse for idealized fulfillment. Chris Kraus is the author of the novels I Love Dick, Aliens & Anorexia, and Torpor, and a collection of essays, Video Green: Los Angeles Art and the Triumph of Nothingness. She is co-editor, with Sylvere Lotringer and Hedi El Kholti, of the independent press Semiotext(e). She teaches in the graduate program of the San Francisco Art Institute."@en
  • "The slow but inevitable moral degeneration of a weak woman. Describes the patient rendering of the squalor and narrowness of provincial life and of its effects on the woman's mind."@en
  • "Madame Bovary takes place in provincial northern France, near the town of Rouen in Normandy. A doctor, Charles Bovary, marries a beautiful farm girl, Emma Rouault. She is filled with a desire for luxury and romance, which she gets from reading popular novels. Charles means well, but is boring and clumsy. Emma believes that the birth of a baby boy will "cure" their marriage. After Emma gets pregnant and eventually gives birth to a daughter, she believes her life is virtually over."
  • "De vrouw van een Franse dorpsdokter uit het midden van de 19e eeuw stort zich in haar pogingen de sleur van het dagelijks leven te ontvluchten in een roekeloze liefdesverhouding, hetgeen tot haar ondergang leidt."
  • "Bored and unhappy in a lifeless marriage, Emma Bovary yearns to escape from the dull circumstances of provincial life. Powerful, deeply moving examination of the moral degeneration of a middle-class Frenchwoman."
  • "A translation of the nineteenth-century novel about Emma Bovary, the wife of a provincial doctor who seeks to escape her boredom by indulging in romantic fantasies and adulterous affairs."@en
  • "One of the world’s most celebrated novels, soon to be a major motion picture starring Mia Wasikowska This indelible portrait of a beautiful woman’s aching lust for more—more romance, more glamour, more fun—and her resulting tragic demise, is widely considered one of the finest novels ever written. Flaubert’s refusal to condemn his adulterous heroine, a woman trapped as much by circumstance as by her own boundless desires, scandalized nineteenth-century France and resulted in a trial on charges of obscenity. But it is the beauty of the novel’s prose, the great care it takes with characters major and minor, and the relentless but elegant thrust of its narrative, that puts Madame Bovary in a class by itself. In the story of a provincial doctor and his wife’s tawdry affairs, Gustave Flaubert found the stuff of great literature. A perfect novel about imperfect people, Madame Bovary is the rare classic that exceeds expectations and feels as fresh now as it did the day it was written. This ebook has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices."@en
  • "Traduction française du célèbre roman de Gustave Flaubert (1821-1880), "Madame Bovary", effectuée par l'un des grands traducteurs de la littérature française, Li Qingyai (1886-1969)."
  • "An ordinary woman's unfulfilled dreams of romantic love lead her to a series of desperate acts, including adultery, in a classic novel set against the backdrop of nineteenth-century bourgeois France."
  • "An ordinary woman's unfulfilled dreams of romantic love lead her to a series of desperate acts, including adultery, in a classic novel set against the backdrop of nineteenth-century bourgeois France."@en
  • "Along with Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina," Flaubert's tragicnovel stands as an ultimate portrayal of infidelity. Inciting a backlash of immorality charges, the novel was nevertheless an overwhelming success. Today it retains the power to generate empathy and compassion for its realistically drawn characters and admiration for Flaubert's controlled yet evocative style."
  • "Considéré à sa parution comme une atteinte à la morale publique et religieuse, ce roman apporte un témoignage sur la condition de la femme, la société bourgeoise et la vie en province au XIXe siècle au travers du romantisme stéréotypé d'Emma Bovary. Le roman est accompagné du réquisitoire, de la plaidoirie et du jugement du procès intenté à l'auteur."
  • "Considéré à sa parution comme une atteinte à la morale publique et religieuse, ce roman apporte un témoignage sur la condition de la femme, la société bourgeoise et la vie en province au XIXe siècle au travers du romantisme stéréotypé d'Emma Bovary. Texte intégral avec dossier."
  • "Beautiful Emma Rouault yearns for the life of wealth, passion, and romance she has encountered in popular sentimental fiction, and when her doctor, the well-meaning but awkward and unremarkable Charles Bovary, begins to pay her attention, she imagines that she may be granted her wish. However, after their marriage, Emma soon becomes frustrated with the boredom of provincial life and finds herself seeking escape and contemplating adultery. As Emma's efforts to make a reality of her fantasies become more dangerous, both she and those around her must face the shattering consequences of her actions. Causing widespread scandal when it was published in 1857, Gustave Flaubert's masterpiece is one of the landmark works of 19th-century realist fiction."
  • "A 19th-century woman pursues her romantic dreams through a series of lovers."
  • "The complete and unabridged story of Emma Bovary, the bored wife of a provincial doctor, whose desires and illusions are shattered when reality catches up with her."
  • "Madame Bovary became notorious and a bestseller after Gustave Flaubert was acquitted from charges of obscenity in 1856. It details the many adulterous affairs and extravagances of Emma Bovary, a provincial doctor's wife. Her behaviour explores the banality and emptiness of rural life. Flaubert considered himself a perfectionist, which is mirrored in the immaculate style of his writing. Madame Bovary is still considered one of the greatest literary texts of all time."@en
  • "Een naar ongrijpbaar geluk hunkerende vrouw stort zich, teleurgesteld door de nuchterheid en middelmatigheid van haar man, een dorpsdokter, in roekeloze liefdesverhoudingen, hetgeen tot haar ondergang leidt. Met op dvd de BBC-bewerking uit 2000."
  • "Une édition de référence de Madame Bovary de Gustave Flaubert, spécialement conçue pour la lecture sur les supports numériques. « Emma ressemblait à toutes les maîtresses ; et le charme de la nouveauté, peu à peu tombant comme un vêtement, laissait voir à nu l'éternelle monotonie de la passion, qui a toujours les mêmes formes et le même langage. Il ne distinguait pas, cet homme si plein de pratique, la dissemblance des sentiments sous la parité des expressions. Parce que des lèvres libertines ou vénales lui avaient murmuré des phrases pareilles, il ne croyait que faiblement à la candeur de."
  • "Emma Bovary, a doctor's wife, has a highly romanticized view of the world and craves beauty, wealth, passion, and high society. The disparity between these romantic ideals and the realities of her country life lead her into extramarital love affairs as well as causing her to accrue an insurmountable amount of debt."
  • "For daring to peer into the heart of an adulteress and enumerate its contents with profound dispassion, the author of Madame Bovary was tried for "offenses against morality and religion." What shocks us today about Flaubert's devastatingly realized tale of a young woman destroyed by the reckless pursuit of her romantic dreams is its pure artistry: the poise of its narrative structure, the opulence of its prose (marvelously captured in the English translation of Francis Steegmuller), and its creation of a world whose minor figures are as vital as its doomed heroine. In reading Madame Bovary, one experiences a work that remains genuinely revolutionary almost a century and a half after its creation."@en
  • "The slow but inevitable moral degeneration of a weak woman. Describes the patient rendering of the squalor and narrowness of provincial life and of its effect on the woman's mind."
  • "The slow but inevitable moral degeneration of a weak woman. Describes the patient rendering of the squalor and narrowness of provincial life and of its effect on the woman's mind."@en
  • "Gustave Flaubert is arguably one of the greatest novelists of all time. His first novel, Madame Bovary, was published in 1856 and is considered a literary masterpiece by critics and scholars. His skillful wordsmithing combined with the scandal surrounding the novel launched it into notoriety. The story focuses on a doctor's wife, Emma, a tragic heroine who attempts to escape her boring provincial life by having multiple affairs and living beyond her means. Madame Bovary is a terrific example of Gustave Flaubert's determination and his execution of capturing the details of mo."@en
  • "Emma Bovary is a bored housewife who indulges her romantic fantasies with a series of adulterous affairs. Charged with obscenity when first published, the novel became a literary scandal and a bestseller. THIS ENRICHED CLASSIC EDITION INCLUDES: ? A concise introduction that gives the reader important background information ? A chronology of the author's life and work ? A timeline of significant events that provides the book's historical context ? An outline of key themes and plot points to guide the reader's own interpretations ? Detailed explanatory notes ? Critical analysis, including contemporary and modern perspectives on the work ? Discussion questions to promote lively classroom and book group interaction ? A list of recommended related books and films to broaden the reader's experience."@en
  • "Een naar ongrijpbaar geluk hunkerende vrouw stort zich, teleurgesteld door de nuchterheid en middelmatigheid van haar man, een dorpsdokter, in roekeloze liefdesverhoudingen, hetgeen tot haar ondergang leidt."
  • "The wife of a stolid middle-aged doctor rebels at the provincial life forced upon her and engages in a series of illicit affairs. Describes the patient rendering of the squalor and narrowness of provincial life and of its effect on the woman's mind."
  • "Unhappily married to a devoted, clumsy provincial doctor, Emma revolts against the ordinariness of her life by pursuing voluptuous dreams of ecstasy and love. But her sensuous and sentimental desires lead her only to suffering, corruption and downfall."
  • ""In his Introduction, MacKenzie discusses Flaubert's life, the writing of Madame Bovary, the world in which the novel is set, and its publication and reception. Footnotes, a bibliography, and a chronology are also provided"--Provided by publisher."@en
  • "Copies 1 and 2 in circulation."
  • "The classic tale of a woman who craves passion and intimacy, but finds only greed, betrayal, and heartbreak, as she stumbles towards suicide."@en
  • "AEmma Bovary, married to a dull young doctor, seeks the excitement and happiness she expected from life by taking lovers and spending money extravagantly. But she finds herself disappointed by her lovers and deeply involved in debt."
  • "Classic fiction. Readers will love reading their favourite classics in this new Collins Classics series."
  • "Quarante-cinq pages d'introduction. Dossier, p. 439-539."
  • "Emma Bovary is a woman possessed by a burning hunger for life and love--and a passion that can never be fulfilled. Feeling trapped in a loveless marriage, Emma indulges herself in a lifestyle of reckless overspending and a series of shocking affairs which threaten to destroy her and everyone around her."
  • "Emma Bovary is a woman possessed by a burning hunger for life and love--and a passion that can never be fulfilled. Feeling trapped in a loveless marriage, Emma indulges herself in a lifestyle of reckless overspending and a series of shocking affairs which threaten to destroy her and everyone around her."@en
  • "Emma 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."@en
  • "Jeden z nejznámějších románů Flaubertových, úspěšný i ve zfilmované a divadelní podobě. Je založen na skutečné události a třebas už víc než stoletý (poprvé vyšel r. 1857), je stále ještě působivou studií ženské duše a manželské nevěry. Zamýšlí se nad nimi v příběhu tragicky skončivší hrdinky, ženy venkovského lékaře, která v milostném dobrodružství hledá lék proti rozčarování z manželství a naplnění svých romantických životních snů."
  • ""Madame Bovary narra la oscura tragedia de Emma Bovary, mujer infelizmente casada, cuyos sueños chocan cruelmente con la realidad."-- Back cover."
  • ""Madame Bovary narra la oscura tragedia de Emma Bovary, mujer infelizmente casada, cuyos sueños chocan cruelmente con la realidad."-- Back cover."@es
  • "Emma Bovary, the bored wife of a French provincial doctor, scans her solitude with desperate eyes, like a shipwrecked sailor searching for a white sail on the distant horizon. And when Emma's ship finally comes in, it carries with it vast and tragic consequences upon which her own life and the lives of those around her are wrecked."
  • "Emma Bovary, the bored wife of a French provincial doctor, scans her solitude with desperate eyes, like a shipwrecked sailor searching for a white sail on the distant horizon. And when Emma's ship finally comes in, it carries with it vast and tragic consequences upon which her own life and the lives of those around her are wrecked."@en
  • "Emma Bovary is married to the relaible but uninteresting Charles. She is bored and finds passion in a series of affairs. This exciting life demands more money than Charles can give her. Soon Emma's dreams lead to her destruction."@en
  • "Emma Bovary is married to the relaible but uninteresting Charles. She is bored and finds passion in a series of affairs. This exciting life demands more money than Charles can give her. Soon Emma's dreams lead to her destruction."

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  • "Madame Bovary [deutsch]"
  • "Madame Bovary. (Translated ... by Eleanor Marx-Aveling. With an introduction by George Saintsbury.)"
  • "Pobwari puin"
  • "La señora Bovary : (costumbres de provincias)"@es
  • "Madame Bovary patterns of provincial life"@en
  • "Mantam Bovari"
  • "Madame Bovary : romanzo"@it
  • "Madame Bovary, by Gustave Flaubert, in the translation of Eleanor Marx Aveling... Illustrations by Richard Lindner"
  • "La Señora Bovary : costumbres de provincias"
  • "ボワリイ夫人"
  • "Madame Bovary fra livet i provinsen"
  • "Madame Bovary costums de província"
  • "Gospa Bovaryjeva"
  • "Gospa Bovaryjeva"@sl
  • "Madame Bovary : Préf. d'André Maurois"
  • "Sokanāṭakamm nai kar qaphsuk rapás Qnak srī Pūva̋̄rī = Madame Bovary"
  • "Madame Bovary, a tale of provincial life"@en
  • "Madame Bovary. Provincial manners"@en
  • "Madame Bovary. Provincial manners"
  • "Gospozha Bovari Vospitanie chuvstv"
  • "Μ[alpha]ντ[alpha]́μ Μ[pi]ο[beta][alpha]ρί"
  • "Madame Bovary. Costumi di Provincia : Romanzo"
  • "Madame Bovary : Roman"
  • "La signora Bovary : romanzo"
  • "La signora Bovary : romanzo"@it
  • "Mādām Buvāry"
  • "Madam Bovari"
  • "‏מדם בוברי /‏"
  • "Madame Bovary : Sitten der Provinz"
  • "Gospozha Bovari : Vospitanie chuvstv"
  • "ボヴァリー夫人 = Madame Bovary / by Gustave Flaubert ; translated by 伊吹武彥"
  • "Madame Bovary : [Weltliteratur im Comic-Format]"
  • "Madame Bovary; a new translation"
  • "Bovaryné : [regény]"@hu
  • "Bovaryné : [regény]"
  • "Doamna Bovary : (Moravuri de provincie)"
  • "Madame Bovary : sedeskildring från landsorten"@sv
  • "[Madame Bovary]"
  • "Bovarī fujin. Tsubakihime"
  • "Gospozha Bovari Romany"
  • "Madame Bovary roman"
  • "보바리부인 / Madame Bovary / Gustave Flaubert"
  • "Madame Bovary : Transl. by Eleanor Marx Aveling"
  • "Mādāma Bovārī"
  • "Madam Bovari : provint︠s︡ialʹnye nravy"
  • "Madāṃ Bāvari"
  • "Madame Bovary : provincial lives"
  • "Madame Bovary : provincial lives"@en
  • "Madame Bovary ungekürzte Lesung"
  • "Madame Bovary : murs de province"
  • "Pobari puin = madame Bovrry"
  • "Doamna Bovary : [roman]"
  • "보봐리부인"
  • "Madame Bovary : Translated from the French by W. Blaydes. With a critical introduction by Henry James"
  • "Madame Bovary / Overs. fra fransk efter "Madame Bovary""@da
  • "Ponia Bovari : [Madame Bovary]. [Verté : S. Čiurlionienė.]"
  • "Mevrou Bovary"
  • "La signora Bovary : Costumi di provincia"@it
  • "Madāṃ Bovār̲i"
  • "Madame Bovary : Sitten aus der Provinz ; Roman"
  • "Madame Bovary [tr. Marx-Aveling]"
  • "Madame Bovary : a tale of provincial life"
  • "Madame Bovary : a tale of provincial life"@en
  • "Madame Bovary; provincial manners"
  • "Madame Bovary Student guide"
  • "Madame Bovary A Tale of Provincial Life"
  • "Madame Bovary A Tale of Provincial Life"@en
  • "ボヴァリー夫人"
  • "Paní Bovaryová : Román"
  • "Madame Bovary : mœurs de province"
  • "Госпожа Бовари ; Воспитание чувств"
  • "Madam Bovari : provint︠s︡ialʹnye nravy : roman"
  • "Madame Bovary : a story of men and women"@en
  • "Madame Bovary : a story of men and women"
  • "Pani Bovaryova"
  • "보바리부인"
  • "Madame Bovary provincial ways"
  • "Madame Bovary provincial ways"@en
  • "Madame Bovary : tasra âdetleri"
  • "Gospoža Bovari : provincial'nye nravy"
  • "Madame Bovary : Rev. Übers"
  • "Madame Bovery : provincial manners"
  • "波華荔夫人傳 : 法國外省風俗記"
  • "Bobwari puin, kit'a"
  • "Signora Bovary"
  • "Madame Bovary ... With dry-points by Grau Sala, etc. [Translated by Eleanor Marx Aveling.]"@en
  • "Fru Bovary : Roman"@sv
  • "Madame Bovary (large print)"@en
  • "Madame Bovary ... Édition définitive, etc"
  • "Bovari kundze : provinces tikumi"
  • "مادام بووارى"
  • "Madame Bovary : taşra âdetleri"
  • "Madame Bovari : romanzo"@it
  • "Madame Bovary a story of provincial life"@en
  • "Madame Bovary a story of provincial life"
  • "Madame Bovary : a study of provincial life"
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  • "Paní Bovaryová"
  • "Gospozha Bovari : provint︠s︡ialʹnye nravy"
  • "Madame Bovary provincial lives"
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  • "Madame Bovary Ein Sittenroman aus d. Provinz"
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  • "La signora Bovary : costumi di Provincia"
  • "Nguoi vo ngoai tinh"
  • "Gospod'a Bovari"
  • "Madame Bovary [dt.] Sittenbild aus d. Provinz"
  • "Gospa Bovaryjeva : roman"@sl
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  • "Madame Bovary : una pasión no correspondida"
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  • "Madame Bovary, by Gustave Flaubert"@en
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  • "Gospođa Bovari : palanačke naravi"
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  • "Madame Bovary : a story of provincial life"
  • "Paní Bovaryová = [Madame Bovary]"
  • "Madame Bovary ... Translated by Lowell Bair, etc"@en
  • "Madame Bovary : [übertragen von Ernst Sander]"
  • "Frau Bovary"
  • "Paní Bovaryová : Mravy francouzského venkova"
  • "Rouva Bovary"@fi
  • "Gospoža Bovari : Provincial'nye nravy"
  • "ボヴァリー夫人・ 女の一生"
  • "Frú Bovary"
  • "Bovaryné : regény"@hu
  • "Bovaryné : regény"
  • "MadāmBuvārī"
  • "Madame Bovary: A Story of Provincial Life"
  • "Madame Bovary mœurs de province"
  • "Madame Bovary Sitten d. Provinz ; Roman"
  • "Paní Bováryová"
  • "Madame bovary : pref. et notes de maurice nadeau, roman"
  • "Madame Bovary ... Translated by Eleanor Marx Aveling"@en
  • "Pani Bovary : z obyczajów prowincji"@pl
  • "Madame Bovary : in the translation of Eleanor Marx Aveling"@en
  • "Madame Bovary : sedeskildring från landsorter"@sv
  • "Madame Bovari"
  • "Madame Bovary [kit]"@en
  • "Người vợ ngoại tình : Nguyên bản Madame Bovary"
  • "Madame Bovary : incluye el "Diccionario de prejuicios""
  • "Madam Bovari : pobut provint︠s︡iï"
  • "Madame Bovary. Préf. de Francis Carco. Lithographie originale de Dunoyer de Segonzac"
  • "Madame Bovary ; [A propósito de Gustave Flaubert y su obra]"
  • "Madame Bovary : [Madame Bovary, postface par René Dumesnil.]"
  • "La Signora Bovary : Costumi di provincia"
  • "Madame Bovary. A story of provincial life. Translated from the French with a foreword by Gerard Hopkins"@en
  • "Doamna Bovary : moravuri de provincie : roman"
  • "מדם בוברי : רומאן"
  • "Madame Bovary : [moers de province]"
  • "מאדאם באווארי : ראמאן"
  • "Madame Bovary : provincial ways"
  • "Madame Bovary : provincial ways"@en
  • "Madame Bovary : provincial morals"
  • "Madame Bovary (Costumi di provincia)"@it
  • "Madame Bovary: Provincial Lives: Translated with an Introduction and Notes by Geoffrey Wall: Preface by Michèle Roberts (Penguin Classics)"
  • "Madame Bovery"
  • "Madame Bovery"@en
  • "波华荔夫人传"
  • "Madame Bovary = Baofali fu ren"
  • "Madame Bovary [span.]"
  • "Madame Bovary : Sitten aus der Provinz : Roman"
  • "Pani Bovary : powieść"
  • "Bovarī fujin. Onna no isshō"
  • "La Signora Bovary"
  • "La Signora Bovary"@it
  • "Gospoda Bovary"
  • "Madame Bovary : Chronologie et préface par Jacques Suffel"
  • "Bobari Puin = Madame Bovary"
  • "Madame Bovary Sittenbild aus d. Provinz"
  • "Madame Bovary ; Salammbô"
  • "Madame Bovary ; Salammbô"@es
  • "Madame Bovary : ein Sittenroman aus d. Provinz. Neu übers. v. Wilhelm Cremer"
  • "Gospoža Bovari : provincialʹnye nravy"
  • "Madame Bovary - The Original Classic Edition"@en
  • "Bobari Puin / Madame Bovary / Gustave Flaubert"
  • "Madame Bovary : patterns of provincial life /[novel]"
  • "Madame Bovary. [read by Juliet Stevenson]"@en
  • "Madame Bovary [dt.]"
  • "Bovarii fujin = Madame Bovary / by Flaubert ; translated by Nakamura Seiko"
  • "ボワ゛リー夫人"
  • "Madām Būvārī"
  • "Madame Bovary : provincial manners"@en
  • "Madame Bovary : provincial manners"
  • "Madame Bovary = 包法利夫人"
  • "Madame Bovary. Translated From the French by W. Blaydes; With a Critical Introd. by Henry James"@en
  • "보봐리夫人 = Madame Bovary ; 感情敎育 = L'education sentimental"
  • "ボ?リイ夫人"
  • "Madame Bovary; a story of provincial life"
  • "Madame Bovary; a story of provincial life"@en
  • "Madame Bovary / Suivi des Actes du procès / introduction, notes, appendice, chronologie et bibliographie mise à jour (2006) par Bernard Ajac"
  • "Bovaryne : regeny"
  • "波华荔夫人传 : 法国外省风俗记"
  • "Madame Bovary : provincial livres"
  • "Madame Bovary costumbres provincianas"@es
  • "Rouva Bovary : romaani"@fi
  • "波華荔夫人傳"
  • "Madame Bovary, roman"
  • "Người vợ ngoại tình = nguyên bản, Madame Bovary"
  • "La signora Bovary : costumi di provincia"@it
  • "La signora Bovary : costumi di provincia"
  • "Madame Bovary : vidéki erkölcsök"
  • "Madame Bovary : costumbres provincianas : novela"
  • "Bovarii fujin. Onna no isshō"
  • "Bobarī fujin"@ja
  • "Bobarī fujin"
  • "Bovuarii fujin"@ja
  • "Bo hua li fu ren zhuan : Fa guo wai sheng feng su ji"
  • "Bo hua li fu ren zhuan"
  • "Ponia Bovary; romanas"
  • "Pani Bovaryová/ Gustave Flaubert"
  • "Bovuarī fujin"@ja
  • "Pobwari puin = Madame Bovary ; Kamchŏng kyoyuk = L'education sentimental"
  • "Bovaryné"
  • "Madame Bovary : [sommaire biographique, introduction, note bibliographique, relevé des variantes et notes par Claudine Gothot-Mersch]"
  • "La signora Bovary"@it
  • "La signora Bovary"
  • "Madame Bovary; tr. from the French of Gustave Flaubert by W. Blaydes, with a critical introduction by Henry James"
  • "Madame Bovary : costums de província"@ca
  • "Madame Bovary : costums de província"
  • "Madame Bovary : Sitten in der Provinz ; Roman"
  • "مادام بوفاري"
  • "Doamna Bovary; roman"
  • "Gospozha Bovari ; Vospitanie chuvstv"
  • "Doamna Bovary : (moravuri de provincie)"
  • "Madame Bovary moeurs de province"
  • "Doamna Bovary : (moravuri de provincie) : roman"
  • "Госпожа Бовари : романы"
  • "Madam Bowari"
  • "Madame Bovary : moeurs de province, de Gustave Flaubert. Préface de Auriant"
  • "ボワ〓リー夫人"
  • "Madam Bovari : pobut provintsii"
  • "Madame Bovary Sittenbild aus der Provinz"
  • "Madame Bovary [Hauptbd.]"
  • "Madām Bufārī"
  • "Paní Bovaryová : Tragická komedie o 2 dílech"
  • "Ponia Bovari"
  • "Gospođa Bovari : roman Gustava Flobera"@sr
  • "Madame Bovary ; incluye el Diccionario de prejuicios"
  • "Madām Buvārī"
  • "Gospozha Bovari : provint︠s︡ialʹnye nravy ; Novelly"
  • "Flaubert : Madame Bovary"
  • "Madame Bovary : roman"
  • "Madame Bovary Sitten in der Provinz ; Roman"
  • "מדם בוברי"
  • "Gospozha Bovari"
  • "Madame Bovary : tasra âdetleri Gustave Flaubert"
  • "Madame Bovary : novela"
  • "Madame Bovary, Translated by Eleanor Marx-Aveling, introd. by George Saintsbury"@en
  • "Madame Bovary : novela"@es
  • "Gospoz︠h︡a Bovari : roman ; Povesti ; Leksikon propisnyk︠h︡ istin"
  • "Госпожа Бовари"
  • "Bà Bôvary : tiẻ̂u thuyé̂t"
  • "Madame Bovary: a story of provincial life"@en
  • "ボヴァリイ夫人"
  • "Madame Bovary : [moeurs de province]"
  • "Madame Bovary : Éd. établie, présentée et annotée par François Suzzoni"
  • "Frau Bovary : Roman"
  • "Madame Bovary Provincial Manners"@en
  • "Madame Bovary : costumi di provincia"@it
  • "Madame Bovary : costumi di provincia"
  • "La señora Bovary : (Costumbres de provincias)"@es
  • "Obras selectas de Gustave Flaubert"@es
  • "Bovari kundze : Provinces tikumi"
  • "Madame Bovary the original classic edition"
  • "Gospođa Bovari; roman"
  • "Madame Bovary : aus dem Französischen"
  • "Madame Bovary; roman"
  • "Madam Bovari roman"
  • "Madame Bovary : Aus d. Franz. übertr. v. Walter Widmer"
  • "Madame Bovary : par Gustave Flaubert. Illustrations de Pierre Noël"
  • "Madame Bovary : Novela"@es
  • "<&gt"@he
  • "<&gt"
  • "La señora Bovary : costumbres de provincias"@es
  • "Gospođa Bovary"@hr
  • "Gospođa Bovary"
  • "Ngưòi vợ ngoại tình : Nguyên bản: Madame Bovary"@en
  • "보봐리夫人・其他"
  • "보바리夫人 = madame Bovrry"
  • "Madame Bovary : Gustave Flaubert"
  • "Madame Bovary ; (suivi des) Actes du procès"
  • "Doamna Bovary"
  • "Madame bovary : Costumbres provincianas"@es
  • "ボヴリイ夫人"
  • "Bovaryne : Regeny"
  • "Paní Bovaryová : obraz provinciálních mravů francouzských"
  • "Madame Bovary : costumbres de provincias"@es
  • "Madame Bovary : costumbres de provincias"
  • "[Madame Bovary] / [translated from the French of Gustave Flaubert by W. Blaydes ; with a critical introduction by Henry James]"@en
  • "Flaubert, Madame Bovary"
  • "Bovarī fujin"@ja
  • "Bovarī fujin"
  • "Frau Borary"
  • "보바리夫人"
  • "Madame Bovary : Préface et notes de Maurice Nadeau"
  • "Madam Bovari : roman"
  • "Madame Bovary : moeurs de province"
  • "Bobari Puin"
  • "Madame Bovary [dt.] (Vollst. Ausg., aus d. Franz. übertr. v. Walter Widmer.)"
  • "Gospozha Bovari, provintsialʹnye nravy"
  • "Mantam Bovary"
  • "Maʼdaʼm Bovaʼri : roman"
  • "Madame Bovary : moeurs de province : suivie des requisitoire, plaidoirie et jugement du proces intente a l'auteur"
  • "La signora Bovary; costumi di provincia"
  • "Người vợ ngoại tình"
  • "Fru Bovary"@da
  • "Fru Bovary"
  • "Madame Bovary : französischer Sittenroman"
  • "Madame Bovary [aus dem Französischen]"
  • "Frau bovary"
  • "Madame Bovary : Sittenbild aus der Provinz"
  • "Madame Bovary : Sitten in der Provinz : Roman"
  • "Frau Bovary : ein Sittenbild aus der Provintz"
  • "Pani Bovaryová"
  • "Bohuali fu ren zhuan"
  • "Madame Bovary : Sittenbild aud der Provinz"
  • "Mādām Būvārı̄"
  • "Mādām Bōwārī : chīwit chonabot"
  • "Gospozha Bovari : [roman]"
  • "Bobwari Puin"
  • "Frau Bovary Ein Sittenbild aus d. Provinz"
  • "Madame bovary"@en
  • "Madame bovary"
  • "Madame bovary"@pt
  • "Madame bovary"@es
  • "Madam Boṿari : roman"
  • "Madame Bovary. A tale of provincial life"
  • "Prema kī pyāsa"
  • "Bovarii fujin"@ja
  • "Madame Bovary ... Translated by Henry Blanchamp"@en
  • "Madame Bovary. Translated from the French by W. Blaydes. With a critical introduction by Henry James"
  • "Madame Bovary : costumbres provincianas"@es
  • "Madame Bovary : costumbres provincianas"
  • "Bobwari puin"
  • "Ngu'o'i vo' ngoạitìńh"
  • "Doamna Bovary : moravuri de provincie"
  • "NgƯời vợ ngoại tình = Madame Bovary"
  • "Gospozha Bovari ; Salambo"
  • "La Signora Bovary : romanzo"@it
  • "Madame Bovary : with an introduction and notes by Christian Gauss"@en
  • "Bovarī fujin, Onna no isshō"
  • "Madame Bovary Roman"
  • "Madame Bovary; a new translation by Francis Steegmuller"
  • "Pobari puin"
  • "Madame Bovary : Gustave Flaubert ; présenté par Félicien Marceau"
  • "Madame Bovary : snll"
  • "Madame Bovary"@it
  • "Madame Bovary"@tr
  • "Madame Bovary"@sv
  • "Madame Bovary"@en
  • "Madame Bovary"
  • "Madame Bovary"@da
  • "Madame Bovary"@es
  • "Madame Bovary"@pt
  • "Madame Bovary"@ca
  • "Madame Bovary"@pl
  • "Gospođa Bovari : roman"@sr
  • "Gospođa Bovari : roman"
  • "Madame Bovary ... Translated ... by Eleanor Marx-Aveling, etc"@en
  • "Madame Bovary Sitten in der Provinz"
  • "Mādām Būvāry"
  • "Bobari puin"
  • "Provincial lives"@en
  • "Madame Bovary--Provincial manners"@en
  • "Madame Bovary : patters of provincial life"
  • "Gospozha Bovari : Gi︠u︡stav Flober. Karmen"
  • "Madame Bovary. Provincial Manners. Translated from the French édition définitive by E. Marx-Aveling"@en
  • "Madame Bovary; patterns of provincial life"
  • "Madame Bovary; patterns of provincial life"@en
  • "Madame Bovary : Sitten in der Provinz"
  • "Ponia Bovary [Madame Bovary, lit.] Romanas"
  • "Bovarī fujin = Madame Bovary / by Gustave Flaubert ; translated by Ibuki Takehiko"
  • "Mādām Bovārī"
  • "Mādām Bōwārī"
  • "Madame Bovary Sitten der Provinz ; Roman ; mit den Rezensionen von Sainte-Beuve, Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly und Charles Baudelaire und einem Nachwort von Heinrich Mann"
  • "Gustave Flaubert's Madame Bovary"@en
  • "Emā Bōvāri"
  • "Bohuali fu ren zhuan : Faguo wai sheng feng su ji"
  • "Flaubert"
  • "Frau Bovary : Ein Sittenbild aus d. Provinz"
  • "Brockhaus-Literaturcomics - Madame Bovary"
  • "Madame Bovary : livet i provinsen"
  • "Gospoǵa Bovari"
  • "Zonja Bovari : roman"
  • "Madame Bovary [dt.] Roman"
  • "ボワ゛リイ夫人"
  • "Госпожа Бовари : [роман]"
  • "Madame Bovary : translated with a critical introduction by Henry James ; illustrated by Georges Jeanniot"@en
  • "Bobarī Fujin"
  • "ボ[va]リイ夫人"
  • "Madame Bovary provincial manners"
  • "Madame Bovary provincial manners"@en
  • "Madame Bovary. A story of provincial life. [Translated by Eleanor Marx Aveling.] With dry-points by Grau Sala"@en
  • "Мадам Боварі : побут провінції"
  • "Madama Bovari : Gustava Phlabeyara ke kalajayi upanyasa Madama Boveri ka avikala Hindi annuvada"
  • "Gospozha Bovari : roman"
  • "Madame Bovary. [Translated by Henry Blanchamp.]"@en
  • "Gospođa Bovari"@sr
  • "Gospođa Bovari"
  • "Madame Bovary : Una pasión no correspondida"@es
  • "[@Madame Bovary], @"
  • "Madame Bovary : par Gustave Flaubert. Chronologie et preface par Jacques Suffel"@en
  • "Gospoda Bovari"
  • "Gospod̄a Bovari : palanačke naravi"
  • "Madame Bovary Salammbô"@es
  • "Madame Bovary : [analyse, repères, critiques]"
  • "Madame Bovary. Extraits présentés par Charles Bouton ... Accompagnés d'une étude de Stephen Ullmann sur la langue de Flaubert, etc"
  • "ボヴリイ夫人 = Madame Bovary / by Flaubert ; translated by 中村星湖"
  • "Bovarī Fujin"
  • "Madame Bovary : livet i provinsen : roman"@da
  • "Ē kyria Mpovary"
  • "Doamna Bovary : roman"
  • "Madām Būfārī"
  • "Oeuvres / V, Madame Bovary"
  • "Madame Bovary : moeurs de Province"
  • "Madame Bovary, a story of provincial life"@en
  • "Madame Bovary, etc"
  • "Madame Bovary, etc"@en
  • "Gospoda Bovari : roman"
  • "Madame Bovary, life in a country town"
  • "Madame Bovary : sedeskildring fran landsorten"
  • "Madame Bovary ... Translated by Alan Russell"@en
  • "Madame Bovary... [texte suivi des réquisitoires, plaidoirie et jugement du procès intenté à l'auteur]"
  • "Madame Bovary : ébauches et fragments inédits recueillis d'après les manuscrits par Gabrielle Leleu"
  • "Madame Bovary : costumbres de Provenza"
  • "Frau Bovary : ein sittenbild aus der provinz"
  • "Madame Bovary. Texte établi et présenté par René Dumesnil"
  • "Madame Bovary : extraits"
  • "Madame Bovary : provincial maners"
  • "Người vợ ngoại tình = Madame Bovary"
  • "Frau Bovary : ein Sittenbild aus der Provinz"

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