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Welcome to Borides, the Madame Bovary inspired wiki about 19th century travel.





This website is about the different modes of transportation found in Gustave Flaubert’s novel “Madame Bovary”, particularly its Francis Steegmuller version. Within it  you will find information about general 19th Century Transportation in France, the vehicles used in the novel,  pictures of those vehicles, different trips they were used in, and more.  


To Navigate our site, use the links below or the sidebar to the right of every page. If you already know what you are looking for, type it in the search box located at the top right of this page to get relevant results from our website about it. Also, to come back to this page, simply click on the "Home" button at the top of every page.



If you still have unanswered questions  or comments after visiting our site, please go to our Chatroom to talk live to other Madame Bovary readers and experts.


We hope you find the information within it very enlightening and informative, and that it greatly improves your overall appreciation of the great novel by Gustave Flaubert, "Madame Bovary".



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