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However, there is a running Turkish thesaurus at the bottom of each page for the more difficult English words highlighted in the text. This edition would be useful if you would like to enrich your Turkish-English vocabulary, whether for self-improvement or for preparation in advanced of college examinations.
Webster's edition of this classic is organized to expose the reader to a maximum number of difficult and potentially ambiguous English words. Rare or idiosyncratic words and expressions are given lower priority compared to "difficult, yet commonly used" English words. Rather than supply a single translation, many words are translated for a variety of meanings in Turkish, allowing readers to better grasp the ambiguity of English without using the notes as a pure translation crutch. Almost immediately after the publication of "New Rome" he had been deeply moved and interested by a letter addressed to him from the Eternal City by old Count Orlando Prada, the hero of Italian independence and reunion, who, although unacquainted with him, had He had brought only a valise with him, and, springing hastily out of the railway carriage amidst the scramble of the arrival, he brushed the eager porters aside, intent on carrying his trifling Pierre tried to dissuade him from doing so; and finding his efforts vain, became somewhat anxious.
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He accordingly resolved to spend the night at Montmartre, accompany his brother and watch over him. In former times, when engaged with Abbe Rose in charitable work in the Charonne district, he had learnt that the guillotine could be seen from the The idea of this had kept him from sleeping, and he still found it difficult to hide his distress and force a smile.
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The sky was so clear and the atmosphere so And the Zola completes the "Trilogy of the Three Cities," which he began with "Lourdes" and continued with "Rome"; and thus the adventures and experiences of Abbe Pierre Froment, the doubting Catholic priest who failed to find faith at the miraculous grotto by the Cave, and hope amidst the crumbling theocracy of the Vatican, are here brought to what, from M.
Zola's point of view, is their logical This belief is so strong that even the corpse of a man that died on the train is immersed in the waters at the piscina in the hope that he will live again. Pierre is persuaded to help some of the patients enter the waters and here Zola describes the state of the waters in which the sick are to bathe:. And nearly a hundred patients being dipped in the same water, it can be imagined what a terrible soup the latter at last became. Meanwhile Marie visits the Grotto and prays to the Virgin Mary to be cured.
But all at once, when the Blessed Sacrament passed by, and she saw the star-like monstrance sparkling in the sun, a sensation of dizziness came over her. She imagined herself sruck by lightning. Her eyes caught fire from the glare which flashed upon her, and at last regained their flame of life, shining out like stars. And under the influence of a wave of blood her face became animated, suffused with colour, beaming with a smile of joy and health.
Oh, my friend! The crowd cheer and applaud her, she sobs, and walks, Pierre sobs as well. After all the jubilation Marie ends up at the Verification Office and after much debate it is declared a miracle; only Pierre, who knows the true nature of her illness, is sceptical.
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And so the last day consists of the return trip; Pierre and Marie have to decide what they want to do with their lives. Will it be together or will they stay apart? The book is split into five chapters, one for each day, and then each chapter is split into five sections as well. The last section of each chapter recounts the story of Bernadette Soubirous who is the girl to whom the Virgin Mary appeared to eighteen times in and is the source of the fame of Lourdes as a holy site.
Theses sections are interesting enough and give some important background information to the reader.
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Zola is brilliant at crowd scenes and one is included here, where a whole chapter is devoted to a night procession. It felt so static and the structure of the novel was too restrictive, especially where two of the five chapters are taken up with the train journey to and from Lourdes. At times it felt more like a piece of journalism than a novel and may have been better if it had been written up as an article.
With its potentially explosive ingredients, it should be ticking away like a time bomb, even after all these years.
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Although I had a physical copy of the novel the one pictured I ended up reading most of it on my kindle, partly because of the ease but also because the print was so small in the book. Both were versions of the Vizetelly translation which can be found at Project Gutenberg. Despite the faults with Lourdes I shall continue with the others…next stop Rome.
Paris was first published in and is the third part of Les Trois Villes.
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The only known English translation is by Ernest Alfred Vizetelly. For images of other covers please look on the Images page. Rome was first published in and is the second part of Les Trois Villes. Image source: scan of personal copy. Graham King is a bit more sympathetic to Zola and Rome : Rome is a long, wide-ranging and complex novel with more merits, I think, than deficiencies.