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Indeed this is made more explicit. This awareness of Cuverian ideas can also be read into Madame Bovary. Attention is drawn to time throughout the novel. Watches are also noticeable. The references to timepieces which pepper the narrative affirm the importance which is attached to this concept. Benjamin Bart states that:.
But these were, he felt, the natural proportions. One dreamed and longed for an event for years; its accomplishment sometimes filled only minutes 9. Paradoxically, the very same eventful object that gets the story started functions simultaneously to stop the passage of time. It is continued by Emma and Rodolphe. Each of these aligns incessant boredom with the town they occupy. The pervasive boredom takes on a physical presence. The boredom of the place affects other characters too.
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Even the spaniel appears to be bored. Significantly it is within this landscape of boredom that certain magnitudinous events occur which shatter the status quo.
By committing the event to paper the Show is marked out as a massive event which has long lasting effects. Again much of her life seems to revolve around boredom. Emma also reflects a lot upon her boredom. Emma is also more vocal about her boredom. Elle les voulait splendides! Again these events are only small but as they punctuate her life, they become imbued with greater significance.
by Gustave Flaubert
Indeed Charles does not start school when he should. The unpredictability of events is a clear pattern in the narrative.
The same continues at the cathedral. By arriving at the wrong time and leaving at the wrong time, there is a disparity between when events should occur and when they actually do which accords with the non-predictable nature of catastrophes. Dominic LaCapra highlights the significance of characters arriving too late in the overall narrative structure. This is not to suggest that no events occur in the novel, but more that those which do are not perceived to have the same magnitude as in Madame Bovary. This supposition becomes stronger as it is apparent that both Braddon and Flaubert had an awareness of the scientific contexts in which they were living and writing Stebbins, The Comparative Reception of Darwinism, ed.
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Paris, Levrault, ; Caumont, Arcisse de. Y, Syracuse University Press,  , p. Contents - Previous document - Next document. Full text PDF Send by e-mail. Today, after more than years, we may only be astonished that the works of Flaubert are not old-fashioned at all. Emma, beautiful and young woman who received good education in a convent marries Charles, a countryside medical doctor.
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But their marriage is not a happy one. Charles is not a bad man. On the contrary, he is good, nice, trusting and even shy.
He does not understand his wife and he is not aware of the fact that without finding the way to make her happy, she will be exposed to the temptation to find the happiness with somebody else. He is not able to reach her soul and so Emma lives her life as a big dream. It is their case where the dilemmas of family models of the present Western civilization are personified truthfully, but also painfully, in broader circumstances.