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Symbolism in madame bovary
Madame Bovary Passage
ABut it was above all at mealtime that she could bear it no longer - in that small ground floor room with its smoking stove, its squeaking door, its sweating walls and its damp floor tiles. All the latterness of life seemed to be served up to her on her plate; and the steam rising from the boiled meat brought gusts of revulsion from the depths of her soul. Charles was a slow eater; she would nibble a few hazelnuts or lean on her elbow and draw lines on the oilcloth with the point of her table knife.@(73)
The preceding passage illustrates Gustave Flaubert=s beliefs i…
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