Fruitfulness by Emile Zola, Fiction, Classics, Literary.pdf

Fruitfulness by Emile Zola, Fiction, Classics, Literary

Emile Zola

JOIE DE LE VIE!Zola portrays the triumph of rectitude, the triumph which follows faith in the powers of life, and observance of the law of universal labor. Fruitfulness contains charming pictures of homely married life, delightful glimpses of childhood and youth: the first smile, the first step, the first word, followed by the playfulness and the flirtations of boyhood, and the happiness which waits on the espousals of those who truly love. And the punishment of the guilty is awful.-- Earnest A. Vizetelly, 1900Fruitfulness was to be the first of a series of four novel (a series, alas, never completed) illustrating this immortal authors philosophy on the building blocks of a great civilization.Foremost, however, Fruitfulness is a vivid portrait of a time and place -- and an unstoppable dream.

Édition enrichie (Préface, notes, dossier sur l'œuvre, chronologie et bibliographie) Dans la petite ville provençale de Plassans, au lendemain du coup d'Etat d'où va naître le Second Empire, deux adolescents, Miette et Silvère, se mêlent aux insurgés.

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Fruitfulness by Emile Zola, Fiction, Classics, Literary.pdf


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