This contemporary take on Flaubert’s Emma and Charles Bovary quickly becomes a satire of suburban American life in the immediate pre-Trump years.
Emma Bovant has lost her job but struggles to keep up appearances even though her family can’t match the pampered lifestyle of her friends from “the Estates.” Her dissatisfaction with her position in society, like Emma Bovary’s, is caused partly by reading—in this case of articles like “Exotic ...
Emma has lost her job but keeps her sense of humor as she struggles to keep her family going, even if they can't match the pampered lifestyle of her friends from "the Estates."
Her naIve, idealistic husband Charles is no help. His only concern is seeing that there are no preservatives, pesticides, or growth hormones in his food.
Their friend Andre, an unmarried, eccentric intellectual, is even less concerned with what he calls Emma's ...
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