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FLAUBERT, G.: Madame Bovary (Unabridged)

    

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FLAUBERT, G.: Madame Bovary (Unabridged)

In Madame Bovary, one of the great novels of nineteenth-century France, Flaubert draws a deeply felt and sympathetic portrait of a woman who, having married a country doctor and found herself unhappy with a rural, genteel existence, longs for love and excitement. However, her aspirations and her desires to escape only bring her further disappointment and eventually lead to unexpected, painful consequences. Flaubert’s critical portrait of bourgeois provincial life remains as powerful as ever.



Disc 1

  Madame Bovary (Unabridged)
1.   Part 1, Chapter 1 00:08:10
2.   Once married, he lived for three or four years… 00:07:17
3.   It would now be impossible for any of us to remember… 00:09:14
4.   Chapter 2 00:07:01
5.   The fracture was a simple one… 00:06:54
6.   She always accompanied him to the first step… 00:07:01
7.   Chapter 3 00:07:37
8.   Going home at night, Charles went over her words… 00:06:40
9.   Chapter 4 00:07:30
10.   Until night they ate. 00:06:15
11.   Chapter 5 00:05:19


Disc 2

  Madame Bovary (Unabridged)
1.   Charles, in the street buckled his spurs… 00:03:11
2.   Chapter 6 00:06:50
3.   In the music class, in the ballads she sang… 00:06:09
4.   Chapter 7 00:08:38
5.   When she had thus for a while struck the flint… 00:07:10
6.   Chapter 8 00:08:56
7.   Dancing had begun. Guests were arriving. 00:09:19
8.   Charles dragged himself up by the balusters. 00:07:50
9.   Chapter 9 00:07:02
10.   The lad from the posting house who came to groom… 00:06:38
11.   Besides, she was becoming more irritated with him. 00:07:39


Disc 3

  Madame Bovary (Unabridged)
1.   Sometimes in the afternoon outside the window… 00:08:44
2.   Part 2, Chapter 1 00:07:00
3.   But that which most attracts the eye… 00:07:26
4.   Six o'clock struck. Binet came in. 00:09:00
5.   Chapter 2 00:07:38
6.   Leon, in fact, lodged at the chemist's… 00:08:11
7.   Chapter 3 00:08:28
8.   Whilst she was getting well… 00:09:25
9.   Emma's child was asleep in a wicker - cradle. 00:09:22
10.   Chapter 4 00:03:52


Disc 4

  Madame Bovary (Unabridged)
1.   First they played some hands at trente - et - un… 00:05:44
2.   Chapter 5 00:05:01
3.   The next day, at dusk, she received a visit… 00:08:03
4.   It was the same on the following days… 00:09:07
5.   Chapter 6 00:09:16
6.   'Why' And she looked like one awaking from a dream. 00:10:49
7.   When the moment for the farewells had come… 00:10:19
8.   Chapter 7 00:10:17
9.   Emma was leaning out at the window… 00:10:51


Disc 5

  Madame Bovary (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 8 00:09:24
2.   Rodolphe, having caught sight of him from afar… 00:08:47
3.   Madame Bovary again took Rodolphe's arm… 00:08:31
4.   'But, gentlemen,' continued the councillor… 00:09:04
5.   The square as far as the houses was crowded… 00:08:19
6.   Rodolphe was pressing her hand… 00:06:35
7.   He saw her again in the evening during the fireworks… 00:06:02
8.   Chapter 9 00:07:46
9.   As soon as he felt the ground, Emma's horse set off… 00:08:06
10.   The shades of night were falling… 00:05:58


Disc 6

  Madame Bovary (Unabridged)
1.   One morning, when Charles had gone out… 00:03:46
2.   Chapter 10 00:07:47
3.   All through the winter, three or four times a week… 00:06:50
4.   It was the time of year when old Rouault sent his turkey… 00:07:06
5.   Chapter 11 00:07:58
6.   The evening was charming, full of prattle… 00:08:22
7.   Abbe Bournisien, hearing that he was growing worse… 00:08:58
8.   Bovary during this time did not dare to stir… 00:06:48
9.   Chapter 12 00:09:32
10.   Then she had strange ideas. 00:11:26


Disc 7

  Madame Bovary (Unabridged)
1.   When he came home in the middle of the night… 00:06:57
2.   At length the Saturday before arrived. 00:06:59
3.   Chapter 13 00:09:47
4.   Madame Bovary, when he got to her house… 00:07:30
5.   The chemist, at the tumult which broke out… 00:08:04
6.   Chapter 14 00:08:38
7.   The cure marvelled at this humour… 00:09:01
8.   He was, in fact, a good fellow… 00:09:12
9.   Chapter 15 00:06:21
10.   From the first scene he evoked enthusiasm. 00:06:57


Disc 8

  Madame Bovary (Unabridged)
1.   The smell of the gas mingled with that of the breaths… 00:08:26
2.   Part 3, Chapter 1 00:09:31
3.   It was like the sky when a gust of wind drives the clouds… 00:09:15
4.   The next morning, at the open window… 00:09:02
5.   Madame Bovary put up her eyeglasses. 00:09:01
6.   Chapter 2 00:10:47
7.   Emma, giving up all chance of hearing any details… 00:07:52
8.   As soon as they were alone… 00:05:23
9.   Chapter 3 00:05:29
10.   Chapter 4 00:03:36


Disc 9

  Madame Bovary (Unabridged)
1.   It was about this time, that is to say, the beginning of winter… 00:04:03
2.   Chapter 5 00:07:57
3.   How they loved that dear room, so full of gaiety… 00:08:11
4.   Charles at home was waiting for her… 00:07:56
5.   One day, however, Monsieur Lheureux met her… 00:08:30
6.   Emma opened the window, called Charles… 00:07:19
7.   Chapter 6 00:09:35
8.   They gradually came to talking more frequently… 00:08:04
9.   Lheureux sat down in a large cane arm - chair… 00:09:29
10.   These were her gala days. 00:08:22


Disc 10

  Madame Bovary (Unabridged)
1.   When she got home, Felicite showed her… 00:05:41
2.   Chapter 7 00:07:22
3.   The weather was fine. 00:08:03
4.   She reached the notary's gate quite breathless. 00:08:57
5.   This thought of Bovary's superiority to her… 00:08:52
6.   Chapter 8 00:10:02
7.   She went out. The walls trembled… 00:08:48
8.   Charles noticed that at the bottom of the basin… 00:09:33
9.   The apparition of a god would not have caused… 00:07:59


Disc 11

  Madame Bovary (Unabridged)
1.   Public attention was distracted by the appearance… 00:07:32
2.   Chapter 9 00:11:02
3.   Charles remained alone the whole afternoon… 00:09:35
4.   Chapter 10 00:06:25
5.   People were at the windows to see the procession pass… 00:08:51
6.   Chapter 11 00:06:50
7.   The blind man, whom he had not been able to cure… 00:07:43
8.   Opposite his house, flourishing and merry… 00:09:06

Total Playing Time: 14:13:33






Author(s):
Flaubert, Gustave

Reader(s):
Stevenson, Juliet

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Classic Fiction

Catalogue No: NA0177

Barcode: 9781843798477

Physical Release: 04/2014

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