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"Germinal" by Emile Zola


“Émile Zola, the father of naturalism, describes in Germinal, in a stark way, the dark and miserable world of the mine, portraying a group of people who live drowned in subhuman conditions and through whose veins Zola makes run hatred and resentment, human beings who wear themselves out working in the midst of terrible frustration.”

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Germinal / Emile Zola; preliminary study by Francisco Caudet; translation by Mariano García Sanz; illustration by Florenci Clavé. — Madrid: Of the Tower, 1985.

563 pages : ill. ; 22cm — (Germinal; 1).

PQ 2504 .A67 1985

R. 57292000