“Flaubert only has to mention in passing a book he might have dipped into for Bruneau to give a succinct and pertinent summary of it. You begin with words and you end up with a world.” Julian Barnes pays tribute to the late Jean Bruneau, the man who made the compilation of Flaubert’s correspondence the worthy task of a lifetime.



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