How To Use Emile Zola In A Sentence
- Émile Zola admired their fine clear skin, like that of girls of the north of France, he thought, in contrast to the peaches from the Midi which were yellow and sunburned like the girls of that region.
- In France an 1860 shooting and an 1886 defenestration inspired episodes in Emile Zola's railway novel La Bete humaine.
- Born in Aix-en-Provence, the son of a prosperous banker and schoolfellow of Émile Zola, he initially studied law, but after enrolling at the Academy at Aix began to pursue a career as a painter.
- Carnovsky, cast as the antifascist leader Santayana, was well known for his leftist activism, as well as his work on progressive films including The Life of Emile Zola (1937) and The Master Race (1944). Caught in the Crossfire: Adrian Scott and the Politics of Americanism in 1940s Hollywood
- He also made the acquaintance of writer Emile Zola, who became a close friend and defender of his work.
- The leading naturalist, Emile Zola, enunciated the philosophy of the new school.
- Emile Zola, in particular, anatomized our current era of irrational economic misery between 1871 and 1893, in his Rougon-Maquart series. Jane Smiley: Other Economists in the Room