Famous Authors Emile Zola DVD
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This intriguing biography highlights the life and career of celebrated French author Emile Zola, whose works have become a staple in universities across the globe. Founder of the Naturalist movement in literature, his writings depict a realistic portrayal of the working class, ranging from the plight of coal miners to the lives of prostitutes in works such as "Nana" and "Germinal." Risking his life and career to pen the famous “J’accuse” letter that opened the public’s eyes to the rampant anti-Semitism of the French government during the Dreyfus Affair, this film is a fascinating look into the life of the 19th century French humanitarian.