Nana (Large Print)
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About the Book
“Nana” is a realistic novel written in spontaneous style. As the story begins we meet the protagonist Nana, a prostitute. The novel focusses on the behaviour of the wealthy and elite of Paris at a time when France was world renowned as the centre of adult entertainment. Zola has successfully captured the corruption of the high-class French in the mid-1800s. Engrossing!
About the Author
The most prominent French novelist of the late 19th century, critic, and chief advocate of the famous French Naturalism movement. Zola wrote about 60 works of fiction, criticism, and philosophy, out of which the famous ones include Les Rougon-Macquart (1852 ? 1870), Le roman exp?rimental (The Experimental Novel, 1893), Les romanciers naturalists (The Naturalist Novelists; 1881), J?accuse (I accuse; 1898), and V?rit? (Truth; 1903). Zola's works depicts his up-front expos? of social bias, his staunch vindication of the subjugated, and his firm conviction in the betterment of the human stipulation through exclusive and communal action.
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