Flau·bert (flō-bârʹ), Gustave. 1821-1880.
French writer considered a forerunner of naturalism and known for his precise literary style. His works include the novel Madame Bovary (1857) and the short story “A Simple Heart” (1877).
  Flau·berʹtian (-shən, -tē-ən) adj.

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