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The Soil by Emile Zola

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The Soil
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Publisher: Vizetelly
ISBN/ASIN: 1595690883
Number of pages: 488

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The Soil (aka The Earth; French original title: La Terre), around which the greatest controversy has raged, is a novel which treats of the conditions of agricultural life in France before the war with Prussia (1870-1871), and the subsequent downfall of the Second Empire. It is, in some respects, the most powerful of all Zola's novels.

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