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Madame Bovary, c’est moi

David Isaacson
1 Comment
  • Rebecca

    Wow. That’s not at all what I think of when I think of Madame Bovary. I picture a woman who was supremely unhappy with what life offered her, and tried to band-aid it within the limited avenues a woman of her time could use, and in the process made those around her unhappy, too. This cover makes it look like it’s all about sex.

    12.13.10 at 7:41 AM