"Madame Bovary" by Gustave Flaubert. Psychology in Action


So far, our examples of a realistic novel of the XIX century were related to the early stages of its development. Since the second half of the century, realism, which has already accomplished the task of cataloging and scientific systematization of public life, increasingly concentrates on depicting an individual personality, deepens the attention of realists to the inner world of a human, a new, more accurate picture of mental processes leads to the development of new methods of depicting the reactions of an individual to the proposed circumstances.

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