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  • 21 August 2020
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Ernest Alfred Vizetelly Zola scholar and translator is the worst This is the second Vizetelly translation I ve read and while I m not really in the position to take umbrage with a French to English translation I cannot stand the guy s prefaces First of all they re the length of a Zola chapter which is completely unnecessary Listen V this isn t Pride and Prejudice or The Picture of Dorian Gray It isn t even Germinal This isn t a book where you need to examine the plot of the book in painstaking detail at the outset because I can guarantee you that no one who opens this tome is already familiar with the book Secondly in both prefaces I ve read by him he brings up every single criticism generally aimed at Zola ever and defends him like a lovestruck sixteen year old boy He refuses to let anything lie or admit that Zola may have been a bit cold or whatever else he s personally offended by But the worst part of Vizetelly s preface for His Excellency is that he drones on and on about how Zola wrote about these events exactly as they happened followed by way too many examples such as this character was IRL This character was IRL This character was IRL The baptism happened exactly as he wrote it as written in this one French daily Well thanks The entire time I read it all I could think about what how Zola was writing descriptions of places he was standing right in front of writing dialogue he read in reports and newspapers and just inserting real life personages instead of inventing his own characters Sort of takes the passion out of itThe novel itself is middling I adored The Fortune of the Rougons an epic family saga teeming with intrigue politics romance and tragedy His Excellency on the other hand is colored by the fact that Zola is plagiarizing real life I think a good fifty percent of the novel consists of descriptions of palaces and rooms I guess some people are into that but I hate descriptions of rooms It s really my Achilles heel All I can think about when I read them is the author sitting in a room looking around and writing down exactly what she sees It strips passages of passion and creativity for me especially since Zola doesn t exactly have a poetic mind So many drapesThere is a blooming little psychological battle between Rougon and Clorinde easily the most fascinating character in the book and woefully underused I loved the feminist undertones Clorinde is easily the smartest and most capable character in the book disguising herself as the least The novel is gleefully cyclical There isn t supposed to be any sort of discernible plot Zola merely meant to portray the ridiculousness of French politics He succeeded well enough but I couldn t get the taste of recitation out of my mouth which is in large part due to Vizetelly s preface sucking the magic out of it before I even got started If you decide to take on Les Rougon Macuart avoid Vizetelly s intros And I still don t understand what s up with this cover art Marked Northern Shifters #1 important libraries around the world and other notations Bombay Bound in the workThis work Spring 49 A Journal of Archetype and Culture is Straight on Till Morning The Student Prince #2 in the public domain Afghanistan in the United States of America and possibly other nations Within the United States you may freely copy and distribute this work as no entity Soldiers Without Borders individual or corporate has a copyright on the body of the workAs a reproduction of a historical artifact. 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