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Tuesday, January 27, 2015

*****For a Night of Love by Emile Zola

  • French author (1840-1902)
  • Three short stories
    • For a Night of Love (1876)
    •  Nantas (1878) 
    • Fasting (1870)
  • This edition published in 2003 and translated from the French by Andrew Brown.
  •  Zola is the founder of the naturalist theory in fiction. 
    • Therese Raquin (1867) is the first novel he wrote using this writing style.
    • Les Rougon-Macquart (1871-93) is a series of approximately 20 novels; they are celebrated examples of Zola's highly polished naturalistic aesthetic.

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