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Madame Bovary


Madame Bovary is Flaubert's most famous work, published in 1857. Shortly after its release, the French government filed charges of immorality against the publisher and author, but the charges were later dismissed. So launched the author and novel's reputation as an exemplar in the genre of Realism.

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Part I: Chapter One

Part I: Chapter Two

Part I: Chapter Three

Part I: Chapter Four

Part I: Chapter Five

Part I: Chapter Six

Part I: Chapter Seven

Part I: Chapter Eight

Part I: Chapter Nine

Part II: Chapter One

Part II: Chapter Two

Part II: Chapter Three

Part II: Chapter Four

Part II: Chapter Five

Part II: Chapter Six

Part II: Chapter Seven

Part II: Chapter Eight

Part II: Chapter Nine

Part II: Chapter Ten

Part II: Chapter Eleven

Part II: Chapter Twelve

Part II: Chapter Thirteen

Part II: Chapter Fourteen

Part III: Chapter One

Part III: Chapter Two

Part III: Chapter Three

Part III: Chapter Four

Part III: Chapter Five

Part III: Chapter Six

Part III: Chapter Seven

Part III: Chapter Eight

Part III: Chapter Nine

Part III: Chapter Ten

Part III: Chapter Eleven

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