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The Musical Goerges Seurat´s Life Essay

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During the time an artist is working on his/her product, there are several issues that may come up to either hinder or advance the progress he/she makes. This prompts an artist to either make a balancing act, or to sacrifice one aspect of his life for another. Additionally, some artists are inspired by personal experiences in their private and professional life to write a particular piece of work. A classic example is Georges Seurat’s life where he could not afford to accord his mistress the attention she sought from him to the point where she had to leave him and marry another man. Sunday in the park with George is musical that illustrates the struggles that Georges experienced as an artist while doing his paintings. The musical follows…show more content…
The doctor by the name Eugène Delamare died as a result of his second wife’s (Delphine) actions. From observing this development in Gustave Flaubert’s work, one can clearly see that the events in the writer’s personal life influenced his choice of story about Emma Bovary (Dudley, 2010). It is also noteworthy to mention that Gustave’s father wanted Gustave to become a doctor, something that Gustave was against. Therefore, it is possible that he saw a reflection of how his life could have turned out had he followed in the footsteps of his father.
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