A Simple Heart.After his death his unfinished satire Bouvard and Pécuchet was published (1881). His correspondence, including that with George Sand and the letters to his niece Caroline, appeared in nine volumes (1926–33).
See The Selected Letters of Flaubert (ed. and tr. by F. Steegmuller, 1954) biographies by E. Starkie (2 vol., 1967–71), H. Lottman (1989), G. Wall (2002), and F. Brown (2006) study by V. H. Brombert (1966) H. James, Notes on Novelists (1914), and F. Steegmuller, Flaubert and Madame Bovary (rev. ed. 1968).
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