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Dijon Center Town : Place Emile Zola
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Émile Zola, né à Paris le 2 avril 1840 et mort dans la même ville le 29 septembre 1902, est un écrivain et journaliste français, considéré comme le chef de file du naturalisme. C’est l'un des romanciers français les plus populaires1, l'un des plus publiés, traduits et commentés au monde. Ses romans ont connu de très nombreuses adaptations au cinéma et à la télévisionN 1. Sa vie et son œuvre ont fait l'objet de nombreuses études historiques. Sur le plan littéraire, il est principalement connu pour Les Rougon-Macquart, fresque romanesque en vingt volumes dépeignant la société française sous le Second Empire et qui met en scène la trajectoire de la famille des Rougon-Macquart, à travers ses différentes générations et dont chacun des représentants d'une époque et d'une génération particulière fait l'objet d'un roman. Les dernières années de sa vie sont marquées par son engagement dans l'affaire Dreyfus avec la publication en janvier 1898, dans le quotidien L'Aurore, de l'article intitulé « J’Accuse…! » qui lui a valu un procès pour diffamation et un exil à Londres dans la même année.

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