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Emile Zola   /eɪmˈil zˈoʊlə/   Listen
Emile Zola

noun
1.
French novelist and critic; defender of Dreyfus (1840-1902).  Synonym: Zola.






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"Emile Zola" Quotes from Famous Books



... with pistols raised and cocked. Was a public holiday ever more splendid than that of the Prince's baptism at Notre Dame, the fete of Saint-Napoleon, or was any ever more immortalised, as we say, than this one was to be by the wonderfully ample and vivid picture of it in the Eugene Rougon of Emile Zola, who must have taken it in, on the spot, as a boy of about our own number of years, though of so much more implanted and predestined an evocatory gift? The sense of that interminable hot day, a day of hanging about and waiting and shuffling in dust, in crowds, in fatigue, amid booths and pedlars ...
— A Small Boy and Others • Henry James



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