Flaubert, Gustave (18211880)

Flaubert, Gustave, a realistic romancer, born at Rouen; author of “Madame Bovary,” a study of provincial life, which became the subject of a prosecution, and “Salammbô,” wonderful for its vigour and skill in description; he indulged in repulsive subjects (18211880).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Flandrin * Flavel, John
Flahault de la Billarderie, Auguste Charles Joseph, Comte de
Flambard, Randolph
Flamboyant
Flamens
Flaminius, Caius
Flaminius, T. Quintus
Flammarion, Camille
Flamsteed, John
Flanders
Flandrin
Flaubert, Gustave
Flavel, John
Flaxman, John
Flechier
Fleet Marriages
Fleet Prison
Fleetwood, Charles
Flegel
Fleischer, Heinrich Leberecht
Fleming, Paul
Flemish School