Flaubert's Parrot - Chapter 14, Examination Paper Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14, Examination Paper Summary

This chapter presents a final examination about Flaubert. It includes questions on literary criticism, economics, geography, logic, biography, psychology, psychoanalysis, philately, phonetics, theatrical history, and history. Each question is somehow related to Flaubert's life or works and each question is posed in an essay or short answer format. For example, in the biography section, the question states that Maxime du Camp wrote an epitaph for Louise Colet which said, "She who lies here compromised Victor Cousin, ridiculed Alfred de Musset, reviled Gustave Flaubert, and tried to assassinate Alphonse Karr" (pg. 176). The question asks who comes out better: Louise Colet or Maxime du Camp. The questions include little tidbits about Flaubert and those around him, including the information that Flaubert was on a French Stamp in 1952, and that Eleanor Marx and Emma Bovary were remarkably similar.

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