songs

Songs about Flaubert:

songsCabaret Flaubert by Signal Electrique from the Album Rave and Roll Ritual

songsFlaubert by Various artists from the Album Speak and Read French, Part 3: French Literature

songsFlaubert Chante by Gabrielle Chiararo from the Album Gabrielle The Voice Of Love

songsFlaubert Chante by Gabrielle Chiararo from the Album Paris Jazz Bistrot A Smooth Breakfast Music Selection

songsFlaubert Chante by Gabrielle Chiararo from the Album Italian Jam Sessions Swing & Smooth Jazz Night

songsFlaubert chante by Gabrielle Chiararo from the Album Bliss Lounge (Selected Cocktail Songs)

songsFlaubert chante by Gabrielle Chiararo from the Album Jazz & Soda (A Refined Smooth Jazz Selection)

books

Books about Flaubert:

booksFlaubert's Parrot by Julian Barnes (Nov 27, 1990)

booksFlaubert and Madame Bovary by Francis Steegmuller and Victor Brombert (Nov 30, 2004)

booksFlaubert: A Biography by Frederick Brown (Apr 6, 2006)

booksFlaubert's Parrot by Barnes, Julian 3rd (third) Edition [Paperback(1990)] (1000)

booksBest-Loved Short Stories: Flaubert, Chekhov, Kipling, Joyce, Fitzgerald, Poe and Others (Dover Large Print Classics... by Evan Bates (May 5, 2004)

booksOeuvres complètes de Gustave Flaubert (Illustrée) (French Edition) by GUSTAVE FLAUBERT (Dec 10, 2011)

booksFlaubert by Henri Troyat (Dec 1, 1992)

movies

Movies about Flaubert:

moviesUn Flaubert sinon rien ! -

wiki

Wiki information Flaubert:

Gustave Flaubert
Novelist, Film writer, Influence Node, Person, Deceased Person, Lyricist, Name source, Celebrity, Film story contributor, Translator

Gustave Flaubert was an influential French writer widely considered one of the greatest novelists in Western literature. He is known especially for his first published novel, Madame Bovary, for his Correspondence, and for his scrupulous devotion to...

Pont Gustave-Flaubert
Bridge, Project focus, Tourist attraction, Location, Structure

The Pont Gustave-Flaubert is a vertical-lift bridge over the River Seine at Rouen, Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie, France. It officially opened on 25 September 2008 after four years of work.