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Department of English And Foreign Languages World Literature EN 202 A Critical Analysis of the Character Madame Bovary Of the Novel Madame Bovary The character of Madame Bovary consists of many different components At first Emma Bovary seems content and unassuming She doesnt question anything done and is very easy to please As the first nine chapters progress Emma grows uneasy and upset She stops taking care of her house and home leaving her husband to wonder what the problem is After she witnesses the lavish lifestyle that is completely different from her own in anger Madame Bovary loses all love and respect for herself her husband her home and slowly descends into a deep depression When Monsieur Bovary first met Emma Rouault she was living and taking care of her sick father in Les Bertaux She loved her father and worked hard to take care of him and their house Emma Rouault also had a confidence about herself she had an open gaze that met yours with fearless candor Flaubert 858 This openness attracted the then married Monsieur Bovary He had never encountered a woman like her before and he spent time with her even after he was done taking care of her father he went back the very next day then twice a week regularly not to mention unscheduled calls he made from time to time as though by chance 859 After Monsieur Bovary wife dies he takes Emma as his wife and she moves with him to Tostes After the couple is married Madame Bovary finds happiness in her home but slowly she grows discontent But even as they were brought closer by the details of daily life she was separated from by a growing sense of inward detachment 874 Madame Bovary felt Charles was very boring and very plain and the married life was
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