Madame Bovary Essay | Student Essay

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The Fallacies of Living: The Stranger and Madame Bovary

Summary: Compares the novels The Stranger by Camus and Madame Bovary by Flaubert. Describes the main characters Emma and Meursault and examines how they live as outsiders in their worlds when in the end their vision of their fantasies is their own reality.
The fallacies of living through one view Emma versus Meursault

In these two legendary novels, The Stranger by Camus and Madame Bovary by Flaubert, the main characters Emma and Meursault live as outsiders in their worlds when in the end their vision of their fantasies is their own reality. In both Emma's perception and Meursault's realm they both do not care about real love in their lives, while Meursault is an existentialist and Emma is a dreamer. Although they both learn in the end their responsibilities of love and fate falls before them of what they truly want it takes the inevitable to realize as they go through adultery, crime, and overall their downward outlook on society.

In the opening of the novel it starts out on such a upsetting day supposedly for Meursault, for his mother had died that day...

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