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Alfred Dreyfus initially had promised not to attend the funeral but was given permission by Mme Zola and attended. His enemies were blamed for his death because of previous attempts on his life, but nothing could be proved at the time. Expressions of sympathy arrived from everywhere in France; for a week the vestibule of his house was crowded with notable writers, scientists, artists, and politicians who came to inscribe their names in the registers.
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They are the story of a family principally between the years and These 20 novels contain over major characters, who descend from the two family lines of the Rougons and Macquarts and who are related. In Zola's words, which are the subtitle of the Rougon-Macquart series, they are "L'Histoire naturelle et sociale d'une famille sous le Second Empire" "The natural and social history of a family under the Second Empire".
To an extent, attitudes and value judgments may have been superimposed on that picture with the wisdom of hindsight. In the Rougon-Macquart novels, provincial life can seem to be overshadowed by Zola's preoccupation with the capital. Even the Paris-centred novels tend to set some scenes outside, if not very far from, the capital.
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In the political novel Son Excellence Eugene Rougon, the eponymous minister's interventions on behalf of his soi-disant friends, have their consequences elsewhere, and the reader is witness to some of them. Even Nana, that most Parisian of Zola's characters, makes a brief and typically disastrous trip to the country.
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Claude Bernard's experiments were in the field of clinical physiology , those of the Naturalist writers Zola being their leader would be in the realm of psychology influenced by the natural environment. To him, each novel should be based upon a dossier.
Zola strongly claimed that Naturalist literature is an experimental analysis of human psychology. It was important to Zola that no character should appear larger than life;  but the criticism that his characters are "cardboard" is substantially more damaging. Zola, by refusing to make any of his characters larger than life if that is what he has indeed done , did not inhibit himself from also achieving verisimilitude. Although Zola found it scientifically and artistically unjustifiable to create larger-than-life characters, his work presents some larger-than-life symbols which, like the mine Le Voreux in Germinal , [ citation needed ] take on the nature of a surrogate human life.
In Zola there is the theorist and the writer, the poet, the scientist and the optimist — features that are basically joined together in his own confession of positivism ; [ citation needed ] later in his life, when he saw his own position turning into an anachronism, he would still style himself with irony and sadness over the lost cause as "an old and rugged Positivist".
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