The train ran on without a driver, on and on, like some mindless, unseeing beast...
One of Zola's darkest and most violent works - a tense thriller of political corruption and a graphic exploration of the criminal mind, as a murder is committed on the new railways of the Second Empire.
Paperback / softback
Penguin Books, Limited
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Emile Zola, born in 1840, was the founder of the Naturalist movement in French literature.
His novel Therese Raquin caused a scandal on publication and was followed by his brilliant Rougon-Macquart cycle (1871-1893), a series of twenty novels focussed on one family.
Zola died in mysterious circumstances in 1902, the victim of an accident or murder.
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