Despite many attempts, Gustave Flaubert’s tale of adultery remains resistant to adaptation

Posted by ap507 at Aug 21, 2015 11:20 AM |
In an article for Times Higher Education, Philip Kemp discusses 'Gemma Bovery', directed by Anne Fontaine
Despite many attempts, Gustave Flaubert’s tale of adultery remains resistant to adaptation

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In an article for the Times Higher Education Philip Kemp, visiting lecturer in film journalism in the Department of the History of Art and Film discusses why Gustave Flaubert's debut novel 'Madame Bovary' has historically been difficult to adapt and gives his thoughts about the recent adaptation 'Gemma Bovery', directed by Anne Fontaine.

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