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series by Emile Zola. The novel was published by Charpentier in October 1888 and translated into English by Eliza E. Chase as The Dream in 1893 (reprinted in 2005). Books related to The Dream (Mobi Classics).
Le reve (The Dream) is the sixteenth novel in the Rougon-Macquart series by Emile Zola. Other recent translations are by Michael Glencross (2005) and Andrew Brown (2005). The novel was dramatized as an opera in four acts composed by Alfred Bruneau, produced June 18, 1891, at the Opera-Comique to a libretto by Louis Gallet. The novel covers the years 1860-1869.
Translated by Eliza E. Chase. CHAPTER I. During the severe winter of 1860 the river Oise was frozen over and the plains of Lower Picardy were covered with deep snow. On Christmas Day, especially, a heavy squall from the north-east had almost buried the little city of Beaumont
Zola was the spokesperson for the naturalist novel in France and the leader of a school that championed the infusion of literature with new scientific theories of human development drawn from Charles Darwin (see Vol. 5) and various social philosophers. The theoretical claims for such an approach, which are considered simplistic today, were outlined by Zola in his Le Roman Experimental (The Experimental Novel, 1880).
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Эмиль Золя The Dream But more than Catherine, more than Elizabeth, far nearer and dearer to her than all the other saints, was Agnes, the child-martyr; and her heart leaped with joy on refinding in th. .
Эмиль Золя The Dream. From that time she had to restrain the zeal of Angelique, especially in her tendency to what she thought was charity, and to which she wished to devote herself. Saint Francis had wedded poverty; Julien the Chaplain had called the poor his superiors; Gervasius and Protais had washed the feet of the most indigent, and Martin had divided his cloak with them. But more than Catherine, more than Elizabeth, far nearer and dearer to her than all the other saints, was Agnes, the child-martyr; and her heart leaped with joy on refinding in the Golden Legend this virgin, clothed with her own hair, who had protected her under the Cathedral portal.
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