BART, B. F.
Title Madame Bovary And The Critics: A Collection Of Essays.
Book Condition Hardcover, no dustjacket. Good condition but there is a slight amount of underlining.
Edition First Edition (Unstated).
Publisher New York University Press, New York: 1966.
Seller ID 39139X1
Contains "On Madame Bovary" by Margaret Tillett, "The Life and Letters of Gustave Flaubert" and "Flaubert's Literary Art" by Walter Pater, "Two Critics and an Author: Madame Bovary Judged by Sainte-Beuve and Baudelaire" by Margaret Gilman, "Gustave Flaubert" by Henry James, "Proust and the Flaubert Controversy" by Douglas W. Alden, "Art, Energy, and Aesthetic Distance" and "Madame Bovary after a Century" by B. F. Bart, "The Female Quixote" by Harry Levin, "Madame Bovary" by Eric Auerbach, "Madame Bovary" by Martin Turnell, and "Art and Hallucination in Flaubert" by John C. Lapp.
(Key Words: French Literature, Novels, Romans, Fiction, Madame Bovary, Margaret Tillett, Gustave Flaubert, Walter Pater, Sainte-Beuve, Charles Baudelaire, Margaret Gilman, Henry James, Marcel Proust, Douglas W. Alden, B. F. Bart, Harry Levin, Eric Auerbach, Martin Turnell, Hallucinations, John C. Lapp, Literary Criticism).