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As Chadwick puts it, these ‘constitute a single entity (hypostasis), so that one may ascribe the supernatural miracles of the Godhead to the manhood and the natural weaknesses of the manhood to the Godhead [and say] that God was born at Bethlehem or that the impassible and eternal word suffered and died’ (EC, 695–6). However, the understanding of this union of divine and human natures of Christ (the nub of ‘heretical’ positions to it) became the bone of contention that began to split Christendom itself into Eastern Orthodox and Western Christianity. 68 However, when understood in the light of its main intertext, Athanasius’ Vita Antonii and its medieval hagiographical heritage such as Voragine’s Légende dorée, the Tentation’s ‘historical’ substructures suddenly appear. 69 Of even more vital ideological and theological valence, Athanasius proposed the Vita Antonii speciﬁcally as a summa theologiae regarding the authoritative position of the Christian Church of Alexandria in the teeth of counter truth claims by setting out and instituting what would become the founding statement of faith for Western Christendom, the Nicene Creed. 85 Only these apparitions of the Virgin in France among the proliferation of sightings of her were recognized as authentic by the Catholic Church. Bernadette’s ecstatic visions therefore serve as a contemporary phenomenon and ‘reality check’ for the many ‘visions’ or ‘temptations’ which visit Flaubert’s Antoine, which modern critics have read as ﬁgments of an overwrought imagination, hallucinations, or diagnosed in psychoanalytic terms as sexual repressions or drives, 86 but never as ‘real’ events of the period. Thanks to Foucault, the work has the reputation of being an arcane and erudite ‘fantastic library’ or, thanks to genetic criticism, of being a ‘narrative’ of Flaubert's personal aesthetic (l'oeuvre de toute [s]a vie’). By presuming instead no necessary knowledge to read the text, its versions or its intertexts, this book sets out to offer new readings of the seven tableaux which comprise it, and new ways of interpreting the work as a whole.
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