Narrative Memory in Flaubert's Works

P. Lang, 2001 - 248 páginas
Christophe Ippolito's study of Flaubert's fiction and travel narratives demonstrates how the Flaubertian reader's attitude is reoriented from a plot-centered reading toward a retroactive reading based on the perception of underlying cultural signifiers. It is argued that by strategically pointing to recurrent symbolic artifacts, character types, intertexts, or tropes, Flaubert's narratives shape a system of representation that is progressively memorized by the reader as a coherent hermeneutic model for the reception of his «oeuvre.»

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The Author: Christophe Ippolito, Visiting Assistant Professor at Amherst College, received his Ph.D. in French from Columbia University. He has written articles on Flaubert, Nerval, Baudelaire, Zola, and Proust in various professional journals.

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