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Madame Bovary
used in Oryx and Crake

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Gustave Flaubert's novel of a woman seeking escape from a middle class life; still regarded by many as one of the greatest  novels ever written (1857)
  • There were sidebar buttons, so that if you didn't know what Crime and Punishment was, or the Theory of Relativity, or the Trail of Tears, or Madame Bovary, or the Hundred Years' War, or The Flight into Egypt, you could double-click and get an illustrated rundown, in two choices: R for children, PON for Profanity, Obscenity, and Nudity.
    p. 78.9

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