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Thursday, February 7, 2013

French Bulldog Puppy—Madame Bovary

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One year ago on Round and Square (7 February 2012)—The Emperor's Teacher: Talking Points (b)

[a] French Musings PD
I don't know who you are, 
but I will find you...[1]

...and tell you that the greatest book ever written is Madame Bovary. If you think of it as "AP English," you are making a terrible mistake. It is funny...and disturbing, and written so beautifully (on "micro" and "macro" levels) that I never tire of rereading it.

Oh, yes. It's also moi.

      [1] I like Liam's opening, and he gave me a box of biscuits to use it for the rest of the week.
[Originally posted on May 7, 2014]

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