"A book is a tool of liberty."How does this relate to Madame Bovary (Flaubert) and Confessions by JJ Rousseau?

"A book is a tool of liberty."How does this relate to Madame Bovary (Flaubert) and Confessions by JJ Rousseau?

"A book is a tool of liberty."How does this relate to Madame Bovary (Flaubert) and Confessions by JJ Rousseau?

"A book is a tool of liberty."How does this relate to Madame Bovary (Flaubert) and Confessions by JJ Rousseau?

In Madame Bovary, Emme uses romantic novels to feed her need for romance, fantasy, and the spark that is missing from her life. She literally idealizes herself as a character that deserves her own romantic novel of a life, but she hardly has anything that comes close to it.Rousseau used his book The Confessions as a tool of conteplation. This book helped him liberate his thoughts, obsessions, persecussion anxiety, his hatred towards things, his insistance in that society corrupts people, and so in a way it was, like in Madame Bovary, a tool of self analysis and exploration, and one in which both Bovary and Rousseau were able to lose themselves.
"A book is a tool of liberty."How does this relate to Madame Bovary (Flaubert) and Confessions by JJ Rousseau?
"A book is a tool of liberty."How does this relate to Madame Bovary (Flaubert) and Confessions by JJ Rousseau?
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"A book is a tool of liberty."How does this relate to Madame Bovary (Flaubert) and Confessions by JJ Rousseau?
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