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Émile zola (1840-1902) was the foremost proponent of the doctrine of naturalism in literature he illustrated this doctrine chiefly in a series of 20 novels published between 1871 and 1893 under the general title les rougon-macquart shortly after his birth in paris on april 2, 1840, Émile zola. Émile zola has 796 books on goodreads with 231180 ratings émile zola’s most popular the joy of life (les rougon-macquart complete works of emile zola by. Emile zola emile zola was born in paris in 1840 from the day he was born he has changed the way people view life in many ways such as through plays and novels zola’s childhood, which was full of poverty, shaped his adulthood class dramatically into a well respected writer.
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