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Short Biography of Emile Zola

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Emile Edouard Charles Antoine Zola (1840-1902) was a French novelist and social reformer. With La Fortune des RougonlThe Fortune of the Rougons 1867 he began a series of some 20 naturalistic novels, portraying the fortunes of a French family under the Second Empire.

They include Le Ventre de Paris/The Underbelly of Paris in 1873, Nana in 1880, and La Debacle/The Debacle in 1892. In 1898 he published J'accuse/I Accuse, a pamphlet indicting the persecutors of Dreyfus, for which he was prosecuted but later pardoned.

Born in Paris, Zola was a journalist and clerk in Paris until his Contes a Ninon/Stories for Ninon in 1864 enabled him to devote himself to literature. Some of the tides in La Fortune des RougonlThe Fortune of the Rougons series are La Faute de Vabbi Mouret/The Simple Priest in 1875, L'Assommoir/Drunkard in 1878, Germinal in 1885 and La Tend Earth in 1888. Among later novels is the trilogy Trots Vliles/Three Cities 1894-1898, and Feconditt/Fecundity in 1899.


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Date Added: 09 July '12


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