Theory vs. Practice: the contrast of Politics in "Bouvard and Pecuchet" by Gustave Flaubert Mark Polizzotti Customer Inserts His/Her Name Customer Inserts Grade Course Customer Inserts 4 April 2012 Flaubert’s Bouvard and Pecuchet story shows how political, social, and other community lives is seen during Gustave Flaubert’s time period…
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Alastar Smart (39) states Flaubert was not to endure fools happily or bear the stultified thinking of a puffed-up bourgeoisie. After 25 years, and with society that is not yet cultivated, the author engineered returned “back onto my contemporaries the disgust they inspire in me" - the result of such promise is this blackly comic, with the crafting of the literary masterpiece, Bouvard and Pecuchet. The story was originally titled The Story of Two Nobodies, it makes the dunderheaded challenges of two copy clerks, who finally decided to call for early retirement to enter a world of constantly changing global scientific discoveries. In their self-deluded minds, the two friends negatively hop from one disaster to another, just like the story of the two Don Quixotes of the scientific field, also likened to the Laurel and Hardy busily engaging in many failed scientific research and development experiments. The two friends show their freedom to do what they want in life, find loopholes in the scientific, social, and political theories of their time. Nancy Hirschmann (213) insists that “Hegel and Marx developed understandings of political freedom that worked from complicated understandings of desire and will, and they clearly adopted positive liberty's idea of the divided self. Furthermore, truly foreshadowing, if not founding, contemporary elaborations on positive liberty, Hegel in particular lent the “fear factor” to the idea of positive liberty”. When pronouncing that the nation, as an independent unit instead of a democratic collective, was the final repository of the group will and thereby of the person’s true will, Hegel theorized the interpretation of positive liberty by Berlin as well as other proponents as a political concept of totalitarianism. For his own contribution, Karl Marx created the case for observing huge social factors, capitalism, as socially built hindrances to the people’s ability to avoid what they prefer, but to establish prioritized wants. Thus, political theory dictates that freedom is associated to or synonymous with timeless positive liberty ideals, which the two friends refused. In addition, Mark Polizzotti (Flaubert 1) translated the the Bouvard and Pecuchet story. The translation indicates Flaubert delves into the bad luck trend in the two friends. The two friend’s application to successful scientific research is thwarted by a combination of bad luck, intellectual gullibility and constant encounters with all the sophistry and truisms that the History of Ideas can pitch at them. Despite all their failures, Bouvard and Pecuchet remain completely sympathetic characters, completely wrapped with a comic heroism that converts their search for truth into a grueling war against the community. Consequently, Flaubert's ill fated copy clerks are the first heroes or even anti-heroes - of society’s modernism. The story of Bouvard and Pecuchet focuses on the clash between theory and practice. The emphasis of the story borders on political issues (Colebrook ;308). The story centers on the life of the Paris-based copy clerks. The copy clerks are Francois Denys Bartholomee and Juste Romain Cyrille Pecuchet. They
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