Flaubert A Life Geoffrey Wall
How is it that Flaubert, the last of the great French romantics, still seems so incredibly modern In this superb biography, Geoffrey Wall investigates why it is that the author of Madame Bouvary still exerts such a hold of our imaginations. In this, the first major biography of Flaubert to be written for many years, Geoffrey Wall brilliantly recreates the life and times of a writer of immeasurable talent and influence – a writer who wrote to within an inch of his life and in the process left a body of work that stands comparison with the greatest writers of the age.
- First Edition
- Publisher Faber & Faber, London; 2001
- Hardback, 413pp
- Contains 30 Illustrations
- Size 240 x 155mm, 975g
- ISBN 0571195210
Condition: Very Good – Very Good Unclipped Dust Jacket in Sleeve, No Inscriptions, Very Good Copy
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