Du R. P. Cruchard et, accessoirement, des femmes folles à la messe

Abstract : In Life and Works of the Reverend Father Cruchard, Flaubert makes a brilliant entry, via the Reverend Father Cerpet, into the world of parodical hagiography. His subject is less famous than Saint Anthony but he too lives in a world full of temptations. If one’s mind is sufficiently warped, one can try to dig up the erotic foundations of the hero’s perpetual jubilation.
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Steve Murphy. Du R. P. Cruchard et, accessoirement, des femmes folles à la messe. Flaubert. Revue critique et génétique, Institut des textes & manuscrits modernes (ITEM), 2017. ⟨hal-01618065⟩

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