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Title: Emile Zola; a biographical and critical study
Year: 1893 (1890s)
Writers: Sherard, Robert Harborough, 1861-1943
Topics: Zola, Emile, 1840-1902
Publisher: London, Chatto & Windus
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN
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M. Louis Hachelle. THE BATTLE UPWARDS 43 younger ProveiKj^al, to hand him a tiny piece ofmoney. This work would be to carry round towards the housesof M. Boudets buddies the cards which its usual inFrance to go out of on associates on New YearsDay. It’s possible to imagine poor Emile Zola, with hishead high in poetic visions and his shabbiest of coatson their straight back, trudging about into the slush and thesnow to perform this many menial of solutions. It could right here be remarked, to Zolas credit, thatthe lengthy and sour sufferings of his youth performed notsour his character, because they might extremely naturallyhave done. When he talks of these evil days it iswithout indignation or revolt. I experienced no money, he will say, when speaking ofthose bad times, and I didn’t know very well what wasgoing to be of me personally; but, regardless, those werethe happy times. Ah, youth! ones initially literarypassions—the delighted reckless times ! When 1 hadread my fill over the bookstalls regarding the quays, orwhen we came back from some long walk on the banksof the Bievre, o
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