Chapter 5: ‘As Flaubert Intended It to Be Discussed’: Vladimir Nabokov and Jean Rousset on Madame Bovary

in Vladimir Nabokov’s Lectures on Literature
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Abstract

In this article, I examine Nabokov’s literary views through the focus of the work of the Swiss critic Jean Rousset. Rousset’s Forme et Signification (1963) displays a combination of phenomenological literary criticism with structuralist interests. It will be shown that his thoughts and method provide a valuable context to understand Nabokov’s views on writers, readers and literary communication.

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