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Watts, Andrew. "Fragmented Fictions: Time, textual memory and the (re)writing of madame bovary." Adapting Nineteenth-Century France. Literature in Film, Theatre, Television, Radio and Print. Eds. Kate Griffiths and Andrew Watts. French and Francophone Studies. Cardiff: Univ. of Wales Press, 2013. 80–113. 
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Resource type: Book Article
Language: en: English
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Keywords: "Gemma Bovery", "Madame Bovary", Adaptation, Flaubert. Gustave, Literature, Simmonds. Posy, United Kingdom
Creators: Griffiths, Watts
Publisher: Univ. of Wales Press (Cardiff)
Collection: Adapting Nineteenth-Century France. Literature in Film, Theatre, Television, Radio and Print
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Since its publication in 1856, Madame Bovary has continued to fascinate writers, dramatists and filmmakers, who have shown a compulsive enthusiasm for recreating the novel in their own media. The film adaptations by Renoir (1933), Minnelli (1949) and Chabrol (1991) have attracted much scholarly attention. However, rewritings of Madame Bovary in fiction have been largely neglected. Over the past thirty years, literary homages to Flaubert’s text have appeared in both French and English. A select bibliography compiled by the Centre Flaubert at the Université de Rouen lists twenty-four such works, eight of them published since the turn of the century.
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