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1800 Caux Region- OP

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Madeline Smith

on 7 February 2013

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Madeline Smith and Rachel Gathof Caux Region of Normandy Where is the Caux Region, Normandy? Realism vs. Romanticism Food in 1800's France French food always had a vast variety for every class, but in recent years before the setting of Madame Bovary, explorers had brought over many new plants and spices to add to the array of dishes such as simple soups and various crafted breads. Realism vs. Romanticism “Despite this ‘new
channel for trade,’
however, Yonville-l’
Abbaye has stood still”
(68). Works Cited "Normandy Pasture." Photograph. Normandy Farmhouses. 2010. Web. 2 February 2013.
Kamow, Catherine. “Steepled Stone Church.” Photograph. National Geographic. Web. 3 February 2013.
“Yonville.” Photograph. WilliamLanday.com. Web. 3 February 2013.
“Walking in Normandy.” Photograph. Normandy Farmhouses, 24 March 2011. Web. 3 February 2013.
“Map of Upper Normandy.” Photograph. Francekeys.com. Web. 3 February 2013.
Northcutt, Wayne. The Regions of France. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1996. Print.
Steib, Tao. Today's Manure Pile- Pile On! 2011. The Tao of Steib. Web. 27 January 2013.
"Le Nain." Photograph. Lib-art. n.p. Web. 5 February 2013. "The pastures stretch forth alongside a chain of low hills until they join the grasslands of the Bray country"(60). "Farming is costly because it takes a great deal of manure to fertilize the crumbly, sandy, stony soil" (61). Costume Clothing was mundane, with various neutral colors.
"He was wearing a black vest, a haircloth collar, gray trousers and -as he did in all seasons- a pair of well-shined boots with two parallel bulges over his big toes" (72). •Average Temperature: 71˚F - 33˚F
•Temperate Climate
•Farms often encompassed by high earth banks, walls, and sheltering square of trees
•Flat, rocky terrain
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