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  1. Jun 05, 2017 · After the local court denies Li Xuelian’s initial petition, her objective is no longer just to get the divorce overturned: she wants justice against all the officials who have wronged her, and to clear her name after her ex-husband suggests she had been unfaithful to him (a Pan Jinlian / Madame Bovary character, thus the movie’s title). She ...

  2. Oct 01, 2019 · After a ruling is made against her in her divorce case, she begins an annual ‘journey of petition’ to Beijing in order to prove that her divorce was a sham, and to redeem her reputation ...

  3. Aug 27, 2013 · As a 23-year-old student in a graduate school seminar, we were discussing Madame Bovary-- the scene where she licks the bottom of the glass to get every last drop of wine. The professor was talking about her tongue and desire -- the way this flick and suck of the tongue represents that she wants more -- more than her husband, Charles, could ...

  4. Aug 31, 2021 · The jury, however, didn’t believe him. Instead, Edith was painted as a deadly femme fatale, earning her the nickname “the Madame Bovary of North-East London.” In 1934, the popular novelist, playwright, and criminologist Fryn Tennyson Jesse published A Pin to See the Peepshow, a novel inspired by the case.

  5. when Madame Bovary senior and Madame Lefrancois lift Emma's head while dressing her in her wedding gown in preparation for her laying out (MB 259). The image of that poisonous black liquid sullying the bridal veil, an emblem of innocence - which it does not do in Madame

  6. meadowparty.com › blog › 2017/07/28After the Divorce.

    Jul 28, 2017 · Although the end of After the Divorce doesn’t quite match the common ending of early novels on the same theme – Madame Bovary, The Awakening, and Anna Karenina all mine somewhat similar material – the novel is still at heart about how women of that era lacked economic power. When Constantino was jailed with no real hope of parole or ...

  7. ´´ (Madame Bovary Chap.9). Emma Bovary is unhappy with her marriage and has other expectations for it, but she does not divorce Charles. The taboos that Emma has to face stopped her from getting divorced. Eventually, she finds herself struggling with the limits society puts on her.

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