Like Stendhal, Flaubert was a bit of a mystery to me for a while, most probably because he wrote during a century I had not studied. His language and the form of his texts are very interesting, I especially like his 'Trois Contes' and pretty much did my entire Flaubert final exam on that text.
Here, I have an essay on 'L'Education Sentimentale' and one on religion in 'Les Trois Contes' and 'Bouvard et Pecuchet'. I also include bulletpoint revision notes, which have notes from J. Culler's book on the uses of uncertainty and from Sherrington's 'Three Novels'.
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