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A Love Episode

Auhtor: Emile Zola

Language: english

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Review by Dr. Bojan Tunguz, March 2007


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Love Episode':

Tales: The millers daughter. Captain Burle. The death of Olivier Becaille. Jacques Damour. The inundation. Nantas. Coqueville. Nais Micoulen. Angeline. Madame Neigeon.--Novels: A love episode. Lassommoir. The mysteries of Marseilles.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Love Episode':


... an exceptionally hard knock she turned to him and exclaimed: Do you know, it is awfully funny! The youngsters, crazy with excitement, were ...
... Right and left alike the edifices were all aflame. The glass roof of the Palais de l'Industrie appeared like a bed of glowing embers amidst the ...
... overwhelmed by the strife raging within her heart. At last she raised her head, her eyes glistening with tears, and saw Abbe Jouve gazing at ...
... and they would sit side by side with beating hearts, speaking little, and then only in whispers, lest the little one might be awakened. Their words ...
... thrown open, and felt troubled at heart. Oh! but of course the rooms must be aired, exclaimed Rosalie, as an inducement for them to go down. ...
... presence. Perhaps it came in a moment. Only in time did I realize its sweetness. Besides, why should I deem myself stronger than I am? I have made ...
... Her breast was stirred with confused yearnings, and every imaginable evil thought. Did he no longer care for her, that he remained so indifferent ...
... surged and clutched her at the throat till it entirely swayed her. About two o'clock she rose, rigid, pallid, and resolute as a somnambulist, and ...
... night. Pah! this maid would loiter, and her child would die! Back again she hurried through the kitchen to the bedroom before a minute had elapsed. ...
... reflected from the fire, and her lips pouted with the very expression of an inquisitive person whom her feelings astonish. Moreover, she was really ...
... in the rain. Then two other downpours, following in hot haste one upon the other, streamed over Montmartre and the Champs-Elysees. At times a glimpse ...
... go to Italy. Ah! that is why Jeanne was questioning me! exclaimed Monsieur Rambaud. Would it give you any pleasure to go away there? ...
... he led him into the bedroom. Henri entered it with a shudder creeping through his frame. It was but faintly lighted by a lamp. There thronged ...
... outburst. The scene was heartrending. She threw herself on her knees at the bedside and clung passionately to the sheets, while the room re-echoed ...
... dress and lets down her hair. All the effect springs from that. People say that she swallows something to make her green. No, no, every ...
... he brought a boy to life again when he was going to be buried! Oh, there aren't two persons like him you won't stop me from saying that! I am very ...
... unintelligent face. In another year he would doubtless lose all his gawkiness and become quite a gallant. Finally, Madame Deberle resumed her ...
... incident. For three months she was always meeting him, while he, bashful and awkward, could not pluck up courage to speak to her. She was sixteen years ...
... and gave him cures for all sorts of ailments. In return for her kindly care Zephyrin professed himself anxious to fill her filter for her but this ...
... forth a flood of questions, as she could not make up her mind where to go. She did not ask for herself, however no, it was all on Lucien's account. ...