To some, Emma Bovary's action at the end of the novel was drastic and unnecessary; others believed her death to be the end of the natural progression of the story. While they both use these techniques in relation to suspense and anticipation, Flaubert minimizes the importance of fate while Allende seeks to promote it.
Flaubert frequently felt with drawled from society and longed to commit suicide Kunitz In Flaubert met the poet Louis Colet, who became his mistress. The character of Madame Bovary consists of many different components.
Her desire for control extends from the social pressure of the period, revealing her envy towards men.
In The House of the Spirits, the characters all share a spiritual bond, which leads to emotional and spiritual connections for Clara during the death of the characters. Norton and Co. Her heart was like them: contact with luxury had left an indelible mark on it.