Comparison of speeches between Rodolphe and the councilman in Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert
To further illustrate the seduction of Emma into an affair with Rodolphe, Flaubert juxtaposes the speech Rodolphe makes to Emma along with that of the councilman's speech to the people of Yonville at the Agricultural Show. Both Rodolphe and the councilman use the technique of seduction in order to gain their own selfish desires. By praising the people of Yonville for their honorable hard work and contributions to society, the councilman disguisedly sways the people to believe his flattering remarks, which further helps him and the upper class prosper. At the same time, Rodolphe is flooding…
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