The exhibition ‘Emotional Education’ displays the books on the life and work of the writer, and his works.
Writer-realist, the famous French novelist Gustave Flaubert was born on December 12, 1821 in France. While in school he met the future poet L. Bouyer, who became his faithful friend for life. In 1840, Flaubert went to Paris to study law.
One of the greatest works of Flaubert became his ‘Letters’, published in 1887-1893. He perfected his style having communicated with the outstanding literary men of that period. Visiting book-illustrative exhibition ‘Emotional Education’ the users of the National Library of Uzbekistan will learn a lot about the style of the writer and his observations of his time as well as will acquaint with the works of writer-realist, the famous French novelist Gustave Flaubert.