Achille-Cléophas Flaubert, 1784–1846
This is not only a biography of an eminent nineteenth-century physician but a collective moral history of the Napoleon generation.
Epilogue The last word belongs to Gustave Flaubert, the famous son of the enlight- ened physician. Towards the end of Madame Bovary, as Emma lies dying, attended by bickering medical incompetents, the famous Dr Larivière arrives on the scene. Lari...
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