Write 6 pages thesis on the topic miscommunication and inadequacy of language in gustave flaubert’s madame bovary. The work Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert written in 1856 is one of the writings where the topic of feminism is a very important aspect for critic. The novel is about a woman who is unfaithful to her husband. As the novel was created in 1856 the topic was brutally criticized and the author was persecuted. However, then the story gained a great popularity very quickly and played a very essential role in women’s struggle for their rights. The given paper will discuss the main topics of the novel and their significance for the history and society development. There is an interesting fact stating that Madame Bovary (1856) was the first, but outstanding work of Gustave Flaubert. The writing tells us about Emma Bovary, the wife of a doctor who wants to escape from the life she has looking for something special, not so primitive as the province she lives in can offer. The novel by Flaubert has rather simple plot but a hidden sense that is very interesting to analyze in different perspectives. There is no need to say that taking into account that the novel was created in the nineteenth century, it is easy to understand why it was not accepted by the government at first. Religious prejudices also played an important role. After six-month prosecutions, the novel at last gained respect with readers. Now it represents one of the most important ever created works of Realism. According to James Wood, “Flaubert established for good or ill, what most readers think of as modern realist narration, and his influence is almost too familiar to be visible” (Wood 39). The problems of the novel were caused by the propaganda of infidelity and the language used. The attitude towards men shown in the novel was also new for that time: they were treated as sexual entertainment that was not allowed by religion. Only women felt such attitude before. Madame Bovary presented the opposite picture. Men were presented as abused and disrespected in Madam Bovary. It was not natural that Emma or Madam Bovary considered her marriage to be ordinary and uninteresting. She was seeking an interesting and bright life full of different men and different events. The position of a woman was not ordinary: her happiness and desires were presented as more important than happiness and desires of men. It is interesting that the novel Madam Bovary was also called by people A History of the Adulteries of a Provincial Wife. “Emma was finding in adultery all the banalities of marriage” (Madame 272). Even nowadays such attitude of a woman towards her marriage is strange as women usually do their best to save their marriage. Moreover, that time men had much stronger positions than women as females were not even allowed to vote (Geary 470). Madame Bovary is often considered as a mockery of problem-free life of middle-class people in French province of the nineteenth century. The main character is Emma Bovary, a tired of marital life, unsatisfied housewife enthused by widely read novels of that time. The woman tried to make her fantasy come true by means of adultery with different men and buying different not very cheap things. Finally such behavior led to her suicide as she was unable to pay the debts. The nature of Emma’s husband Charles is the direct opposite of Emma’s. He is happy with the provincial life and does not feel that his abilities are limited. Moreover, his feeling of happiness is grown throughout the novel that irritates his unsatisfied wife (Geary, P, Kishlansky M and O’Brien P, 2007).