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Emma Bovary like most people dreamed of a life full of fantasy excitement mystery and wonder However unlike most people Emma Bovary let her fantasies take over her reality and eventually her happiness which lead her to live a life full of misery and utter disappointment Furthermore her unrealistic perception of living ultimately led to her sad downfallWhen Emma was a young woman living on her fathers farm she led a somewhat sheltered life Since her mother had died Emma had to take on the role of being the woman of the house She cooked cleaned and helped her father on the farm None of these things were very glamorous It seemed as though Emma needed to get out of the situation She was bored and she wanted to live the life that she saw on the pages of her books and Charles seemed to be the person she thought could bring glamour and fantasy into her life However in the end it seemed like no one could bring what Emma saw as happiness into her lifeEmma first discovered the good life when she went away to the convent Since many things were restricted and life was kind-of dull Emma discovered the power of books Books took her to fantastic places full of mysticism and romance She soon began to become obsessed with books they were her only window to the outside Emma also began to try to find parallels with her life and the world of fantasy Even in the midst of her raptures she had always maintained a propensity foe the concrete she had loved the church for its flowers and literature for the power to stir up passion 34 After a while the real world seemed rather boring and lifeless and she became determined to find and better life a life like the one in her books And she tried to find out exactly what was meant in life by the word
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