Мадаме Боварий

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Л. Маженод, 1957 - Fiction - 396 pages
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In partnership with the New York Public Library, Doubleday is proud to introduce a very special collector's series of literary masterpieces. Lavishly illustrated with rare archival material from the library's extensive resources, including the renowned Berg collection, these editions will bring the classics to life for a new generation of readers. In addition to original artwork, each volume contains a fascinating selection of unique materials such as handwritten diaries, letters, manuscripts, and notebooks. Simply put, this series presents the work of our most beloved authors in what may well be their most beautiful editions, perfect to own or to give. Published on the occasion of Doubleday's 100th birthday, the New York Public Library Collector's Editions are sure to become an essential part of the modern book lover's private library.

Our edition of "Jane Eyre" features illustrations by Ethel Gabain from a 1923 Paris limited edition and an eclectic selection of archival materials including a handwritten letter from the author to her publisher. This volume is a unique celebration of Charlotte Bronte's most famous novel.

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The plot is repetitive and silly. - Goodreads
Oh, those French and their happy endings! - Goodreads
The ending was also rather pathetic. - Goodreads
... and b) the introduction. - Goodreads

Review: Madame Bovary

User Review  - George Shetuni - Goodreads

How can this be France's best novel?! Flaubert writes too many details unnecessarily and he has no strength of thought. The ending was also rather pathetic. She goes into the attic and somehow steals ... Read full review

Review: Madame Bovary

User Review  - Riku Sayuj - Goodreads

Madame Bovary & The Science of Adultery Some universal features stand out when we talk of the human mating system. 1. First, women most commonly seek monogamous marriage—even in societies that allow ... Read full review

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