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Nowhere do Flaubert's explorations of the relation of signs to the objects they signify reach a more thorough study than in this work. Bouvard and Pecuchet systematically confuse signs and symbols with reality, an assumption that causes them much suffering, as it does for Emma Bovary and Frederic Moreau. Yet here, due to the explicit focus on books and knowledge, Flaubert's ideas reach a climax. Consequently, the book is widely read as a precursor to modern theories on semiotics and postmodernism. The relentless failure of Bouvard and Pecuchet to learn anything from their adventures raises the question of what is knowable. Whenever they achieve some small measure of success (a rare occurrence), it is the result of unknown external forces beyond their comprehension. In this sense, they strongly resemble Antony in The Temptation of St. Anthony, a work which addresses similar epistemological themes as they relate to classical literature. Lionel Trilling wrote that the novel expresses a belief in the alienation of human thought from human experience.?

  • Bouvard and Pécuchet
  • A Tragi-comic Novel of Bourgeois Life
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  • Gustave Flaubert
  • CHAPTER I.
  • KINDRED SOULS.
  • CHAPTER II.
  • EXPERIMENTS IN AGRICULTURE.
  • CHAPTER III.
  • AMATEUR CHEMISTS.
  • CHAPTER IV.
  • RESEARCHES IN ARCHÆOLOGY.
  • CHAPTER V.
  • ROMANCE AND THE DRAMA.
  • CHAPTER VI.
  • REVOLT OF THE PEOPLE.
  • CHAPTER VII.
  • "UNLUCKY IN LOVE."
  • CHAPTER VIII.
  • NEW DIVERSIONS.
  • Footnotes
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