GERMINAL (Edition NOOK Speciale Version Francaise) Emile Zola Germinal (French Language Version) by Emile Zola [Emile Zola Complete Works Collection / Oeuvres Completes d'Emile Zola] NOOKbook] Les Rougon-Macquart [NOOK Book]

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Germinal est un roman d'Émile Zola publié en 1885. Alors que c’est simplement l'histoire d'une grève, c'est aussi la plus belle et la plus grande oeuvre de Zola, le poème de la fraternité dans la misère, et le roman de la condition humaine.

Germinal est un mois du calendrier républicain, il correspond au début du printemps et donc à la renaissance du monde, on peut donc y voir que Zola souhaite nous dépeindre le printemps de l'égalité ...
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GERMINAL (Edition NOOK Speciale Version Francaise) Emile Zola Germinal (French Language Version) by Emile Zola [Emile Zola Complete Works Collection / Oeuvres Completes d'Emile Zola] NOOKbook] Les Rougon-Macquart

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Germinal est un roman d'Émile Zola publié en 1885. Alors que c’est simplement l'histoire d'une grève, c'est aussi la plus belle et la plus grande oeuvre de Zola, le poème de la fraternité dans la misère, et le roman de la condition humaine.

Germinal est un mois du calendrier républicain, il correspond au début du printemps et donc à la renaissance du monde, on peut donc y voir que Zola souhaite nous dépeindre le printemps de l'égalité ouvrière, pour rallier à cette thèse la dernière phrase montre la germination des ouvriers qui ont désormais compris comment se révolter face à leurs conditions de vie misérables.

Ce mois, premier du printemps, époque de naissance, de renaissance, des bourgeons et autres jeunes feuilles, peut inviter à penser que ce livre retrace l'histoire des prémices de la révolution (c'est d'ailleurs pourquoi Zola a pris le nom d'un mois révolutionnaire, Germinal, et pas Février ou Mars) comme le mois de Germinal retrace les prémices de l'apparition de la nature.

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Germinal (1885) is the thirteenth novel in Émile Zola's twenty-volume series Les Rougon-Macquart. Often considered Zola's masterpiece and one of the most significant novels in the French tradition, the novel – an uncompromisingly harsh and realistic story of a coalminers' strike in northern France in the 1860s – has been published and translated in over one hundred countries as well as inspiring five film adaptations and two television productions.

The title refers to the name of a month of the French Republican Calendar, a spring month. Germen is a Latin word which means "seed"; the novel describes the hope for a better future that seeds amongst the miners.

Germinal was written between April 1884 and January 1885. It was first serialized between November 1884 and February 1885 in the periodical Gil Blas, then in March 1885 published as a book.
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    I needed to read this book for my French class and I was very glad to find it for my Nook in the original French. I very much enjoyed this novel!

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