Salambo

By: FLAUBERT, Gustave

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Salambo by FLAUBERT, Gustave   [translated By Powys mathers]
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London: The Folio Society, 1940. Publishers original pale blue cloth with red elephant illustations. Sunned spine and top of front cover. White endpapers, no inscriptions, slight offset. 303pp illustrated with 10 magnificent full page copper engraved plates by Ru Van Rossem. Pages clean and bright in firm binding. A magnificent copy. French novelist of the realist school, best-known for MADAME BOVARY (1857), a story of adultery and unhappy love affair of the provincial wife Emma Bovary. As a writer Flaubert was a perfectionist, who did not make a distinction between a beautiful or ugly subject: all was in the style. The idea, he argued, only exists by virtue of its form - its elements included the perfect word, cunningly contrived and verified rhythms, and a genuine architectural structure. Among Flaubert's later major works is SALAMMBÔ (1862), a story of the siege of Carthage in 240-237 BC by mercenaries. The novel inspired in 1998 Philippe Fénélon's opera, the libretto was written by Jean-Yves Masson. Also the composers Berlioz and Mussorgsky had planned opera adaptations, but their plans were never realized. . First Thus. Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Ru Van Rossem. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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