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ISBN:
160312893X
Author:
Emile Zola,Ernest Alfred Vizetelly
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Classics
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English
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Aegypan (March 1, 2007)
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528 pages
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mile Édouard Charles Antoine Zola (/ˈzoʊlə/, also US: /zoʊˈlɑː/, French: ; 2 April 1840 – 29 September 1902) was a French novelist, playwright, journalist, the best-known practitioner of the literary school of naturalism, and an important contributor to the development of theatrical naturalism.

Zola was the spokesperson for the naturalist novel in France and the leader of a school that championed the infusion of. .His newspaper article "J'Accuse," written in defense of Alfred Dreyfus, launched Zola into the public limelight and made him the political conscience of his country.

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MILE ZOLA was born in Paris on April 2, 1840, the son of an Italian-Greek engineer father and a French mother. In 1898, Zola espoused the cause of Alfred Dreyfus, a French army officer convicted of treason in 1894. When Zola was two, his family moved to Aix-en-Provence. Convinced of Dreyfus's innocence, Zola published his open letter "J'accuse" in the newspaper L'Aurore (January 13, 1898), denouncing the French general staff.

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Emile Zola was an elegant writer -- more elegant than his reputation as a political firebrand might suggest. Zola's most famous work was a newspaper article: his impassioned defense of imprisoned Captain Alfred Dreyfus, "J'accuse." Rome is the second volume of The Three Cities (Les Trois Villes), first published in 1896. The first volume tells of the troubled priest Pierre Froment's journey to Lourdes, hoping to find a cure for his spiritual doubts. In Rome, Pierre travels to the Holy City, hoping to persuade the Pope to approve of his Christian, socialist theories. The final book of the trilogy, Paris, tells of Pierre's return to the City of Light, watching the fall of Catholicism, and the rise of Pierre's new "faith" of scientific rationalism.