Madame Bovary

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Vince Brombert explains "that the convent is Emma's earliest claustration, and the solitations from the outside world, or through the distant sound of a belated carriage rolling down the boulevards, are powerful allurements." (383) At first, far from being bored, Emma enjoyed the company of the nuns; "the atmosphere of the convent is protective and soporific; the reading is done on the sly; the girls are assembled in the study" are all primary images of confinement and immobility...
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(Brombert 383) As this chapter progresses, images of escape start to dominate and Emma begins to become more romantically inclined. In romantic fashion, she seeks her own, individual satisfaction, she is necessarily doomed in Flaubert's eyes. Complete love he envisaged as aspiration, outgoing rather than self-centered...
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