Zola, Emile. & Plarr, Victor Gustave. 1931, New York

Commencing in 1870 and continuing through 1893, French novelist Emile Zola produced twenty novels which have come to be termed the Rougon-Macquarts series. These novels, which essentially consumed the writing passion of Zola over the course of...

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Arguably, Zola’s novels of the lower classes brought him more resounding fame. A Few of the most remarkable of these were The Drinking Den (1876), which discusses the ravages of alcohol among Paris’s lower-class tradespeople; Nana (1879), which charts the adventures of a notorious prostitute; and Germinal (1884), which describes a harrowing miners’ rebellion in the French provinces. Zola performed extensive research for these projects, and worked carefully to reproduce the dialects and idioms used by his uneducated subjects.


from the French of Émile Zola, (New York, D.

Émile Zola et les poursuites.