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by Zola Emile

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Author:
Zola Emile
ISBN13:
978-1110747986
ISBN:
1110747985
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Publisher:
BiblioLife (July 10, 2009)
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Subcategory:
Classics
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1508 kb
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mile Zola was born in Paris on April 2, 1840. In 1843 his family moved to Aix-en-Provence, where his father, Francesco, a civil engineer of Italian origin and meager means, had found work planning a new water-works system.

mile Zola was born in Paris on April 2, 1840. Four years later, he contracted a fever and died, leaving his widow, Émilie, and Émile in acute financial peril. With the help of family and friends, Émile studied at the College Bourbon in Aix, where he became a close friend of the future painter Paul Cézanne

Nana is a novel by the French naturalist author Émile Zola. A year before he started to write Nana, Zola knew nothing about the Théâtre des Variétés.

Nana is a novel by the French naturalist author Émile Zola. Ludovic Halévy invited him to attend an operetta with him there on February 15, 1878, and took him backstage

Nana" paints a powerful but despairing portrait of a society rotting from disease within and is a book the reader . Nana is a study in stupidity, greed, evil, and the total control that one person could possibly have over another. How could this end well? Nana is a timeless classic.

Nana" paints a powerful but despairing portrait of a society rotting from disease within and is a book the reader will not soon forget. 2 people found this helpful.

Emile Zola has created a character so preposterous that casting agents in every corner of the globe would be hard-pressed to locate an actress capable of making her believable.

Книга: Zola Emile Nana. Серия: "Folio Classique". Dans ce roman, et dans ce personnage de courtisane, Zola a peint& 224; la fois la corruption d'une femme, de la soci& 233;t& 233; o& 249; elle recrute ses amants, et d'un r& 233;gime politique, le Second Empire, qui se rue avec insouciance vers la guerre et la d& 233;b& 226;cle.

For example in Chapter 2, Nana is describing a return from a meeting, the nature of which has not been fully revealed . Parmee is clearly the winner, saying much more and with passion, it's a lot clearer what Nana was doing

For example in Chapter 2, Nana is describing a return from a meeting, the nature of which has not been fully revealed . Parmee is clearly the winner, saying much more and with passion, it's a lot clearer what Nana was doing. Given the high degree of sexual innuendo in the novel, I think the more recent translation is better, even though it feels a little harsher and less clear at times; but it is probably higher fidelity to the French (of which I can't compare).

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