The Fat and the Thin by Emile Zola

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The Fat and the Thin

Publisher: eBooks@Adelaide
ISBN/ASIN: 1603123717
Number of pages: 328

The Fat and the Thin is a study of the teeming life which surrounds the great central markets of Paris. The heroine is Lisa Quenu, a daughter of Antoine Macquart. She has become prosperous, and increasingly selfish. Her brother-in-law Florent has escaped from penal servitude in Cayenne and lives for a short time in her house, but she becomes tired of his presence and ultimately denounces him to the police.

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