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In His Excellency Eug ne Rougon mile Zola created a character who embodied much of the political philosophy of Joseph de Maistre the intellectual father of fascism and unabashed apologist for brute centralized power Zola surely read Stendhal s The Red and the Black in which the protagonist in was an admirer of Maistre Building on mere adoration Zola takes it a bit further to create Eug ne Rougon Maistre s ideal of a strong authoritarian leader He is the kind of character Machiavelli surely would have studied with intense fascination Moreover this story is a timely metaphor for the current political catastrophe we are now experiencing in the United StatesThis is the second in Zola s recommended reading order of the twenty Rougon Macuart novels which depict differing parts of society in France s Second Empire In The Fortune of the Rougons Eug ne the eldest of the Rougon children advises from Paris back to the family in Plassans about the course of the revolution as they waver back and forth trying to determine the victors Will the monarchist or republic forces win In the end they make a successful bet on the side of Napoleon III and reap the financial and political rewards that come with it As this novel begins Rougon is the leader of the national assembly his power second only to the emperor In a seemingly innocuous session he shocks the chamber and the gallery by uietly resigning as his hangers on who strained to grasp what the sitting was about their wide eyes showed however that they understood nothing are left in a state of imbalance unsure of their future corrupt trough feeding His begrudging admirers wonder and speculate about his next move as his rivals relish opportunities to fill the void and cash in But Rougon beguiles them all as he waits for his moment especially the mysterious Chlorinde an Italian of minor nobility about whom nothing was really known as she preferred them not to know She is one thing Rougon desires but cannot have and her machinations will have great impact on his life and careerRougon s ideal was to have a whip and be in command to be superior cleverer and stronger than all of them and he knew that everything he said was of course for public consumption But without office to express his power those reliant on him begin to lose faith they feel as though they had made a bad bet They did not comprehend or have the patience to wait for his machinations to take hold as he hoped for some sudden catastrophe that would make him indispensable But come it would in the form of an assassination attempt on the emperor an attempt he learned about but would do nothing to prevent Having survived it the emperor resurrects Rougon s career and makes him the most powerful minister in the nation with power than he ad before which was in itself formidableHe used the crisis to express his most deeply held political instincts of brute force manipulation and strategic patronage When he cannot have Chlorinde he marries her off to his appointed prime minister Delastang knowing she will steer the course of his term since he might not have a great intellect but he could fit in anywhere He limits the press closing down dissent brutally if need be making it an arm of his authoritarian regime After all he reasons Where would we be if absolutely anyone could write what he wanted To him newspapers were subversive they were demoralizing they created all kinds of trouble He would rather have brigands and highwaymen than journalists A man can recover from a knife wound but the stabs of the pen are poisonous But even novels and other books cannot escape his terror They are full of dangerous ideas subversive theories and promote anti social feelings His vain and corrupt supporters uickly come back to profit from the protection and baubles that are to be found in the shadow of his autocratic umbrella He lets them believe they have power knowing full well that Twenty stout men with greedy appetites are stronger than any principle and when they can exploit a principle and when they can exploit a principle too they are invincible He elevates the shady character who informed him of the assassination attempt to a leadership role in his state police force to enforce a judicially sanctioned Law of Public Safety which consists of arbitrary political arrests to silence and intimidate opposition Each district must reach uotas of arrests not based on criminality but to create a widespread fear of power throughout the country No moderation People must be afraid of you Rougon s name stood for total repression negation of all freedoms absolute ruleTo govern to keep the mob under his heel that was his immediate ambition the rest was uite secondaryNothing gave him satisfaction than to feel himself hated In an odd premonition of today s political rhetoric Rougon at one point exclaims Lock em all up That has greater effect But when one of his political arrests goes beyond the limits of social decorum Rougon s star begins to fade The emperor who still values and praises him in public begins to lose faith in his selected political strongman Chlorinde begins to use her skills to bring Rougon down rather than prop him up And the oligarchical class begins to abandon himThey had taken possession of every part of him using his feet to climb his hands to steal his jaws to tear and devour They lived on his flesh deriving all their pleasure and health from it feasting on it without any thought of the future And now having sucked him dry and beginning to hear the very foundations cracking they were scurrying away like rats who know a building is about to collapse after they had gnawed great holes in the walls The whole gang was healthy and sleek They were feeding on other flesh nowRougon again realizes it is time to leave the political stage and his vacuous creation Delastang and his wife Chlorinde benefits from the fallThe final chapter which begins three years after this denouement springs forth with surprises that make this a thoroughly timeless contemporary tale This is a story is filled with countless universal political themes the relationship between greed and power power for power s sake recrimination as policy abandoning principles actually never have them in the first place for expediency power as an exercise in vanity that transcend the historical setting of the plot It s old truism that comedy especially a comic novel is the most difficult to write I think the same is true of political fiction His Excellency Eug ne Rougon proves however with every sentence that it can be a work of art It is a masterpiece and the highlight until I m fairly sure I reread Germinal of the thirteen Rougon Macuart novels I have read so far Все страхи мира Том 1 important and Computer Coding Made Easy is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know The Third Man it This work was reproduced from the original artifact and remains as true to the original work as possible Therefore you will see the 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his A Texan for Christmas immediate ambition the rest was uite secondaryNothing gave him satisfaction than to feel himself hated In an odd premonition of today s political rhetoric Rougon at one point exclaims Lock em all up That has greater effect But when one of his political arrests goes beyond the limits of social decorum Rougon s star begins to fade The emperor who still values and praises him Hot Blooded in public begins to lose faith Stripped Happy Endings #1 in his selected political strongman Chlorinde begins to use her skills to bring Rougon down rather than prop him up And the oligarchical class begins to abandon himThey had taken possession of every part of him using his feet to climb his hands to steal his jaws to tear and devour They lived on his flesh deriving all their pleasure and health from Master of Sin it without any thought of the future And now having sucked him dry and beginning to hear the very foundations cracking they were scurrying away like rats who know a building Whisper My Name is about to collapse after they had gnawed great holes Mojave in the walls The whole gang was healthy and sleek They were feeding on other flesh nowRougon again realizes Lady Caraway's Cloak Zebra Regency Romance it Typhoon is time to leave the political stage and his vacuous creation Delastang and his wife Chlorinde benefits from the fallThe final chapter which begins three years after this denouement springs forth with surprises that make this a thoroughly timeless contemporary tale This The Alpha Pack Shameless Book Bundles #2 is a story Ride for Vengeance is filled with countless universal political themes the relationship between greed and power power for power s sake recrimination as policy abandoning principles actually never have them Talons of Eagles in the first place for expediency power as an exercise What a Woman Desires in vanity that transcend the historical setting of the plot It s old truism that comedy especially a comic novel Pregnant by the Commanding Greek is the most difficult to write I think the same A Misty Harbor Wedding is true of political fiction His Excellency Eug ne Rougon proves however with every sentence that Murder with Lemon Tea Cakes Daisys Tea Garden Mystery #1 it can be a work of art It Surrender to Sin is a masterpiece and the highlight until I m fairly sure I reread Germinal of the thirteen Rougon Macuart novels I have read so far

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Summary Son Excellence Eugène Rougon 107 R most important libraries around the world and other notations in the workThis work is in the public domain 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 individual or corporate has a copyright on the body of the workAs a reproduction of a historical artifact. This is pure politics of the Second Empire The preface by the translator Vizetelly indicates this is a very good description of what it was like during the reign of Napoleon III I found myself continuously comparing it to current events I think one could find something to nod in recognition during almost any presidency as I m sure there is always at least one eventpolicy that steps out of bounds It seems Napoleon lived entirely for the purpose of abuse of power Did his puppet ministers invent the spoils system Probably not but they were adeptI m glad to have read it and I think and important piece in the Rougon Macuart series However there is little to recommend it to those who will not be reading the entire series or who are not especially interested in this period in history


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    PDF/EPUB Son Excellence Eugène Rougon Download ó eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ Émile Zola IntroductionTranslator's NoteSelect BibliographyA Chronology of Émile ZolaFamily Tree of the Rougon Macuart His Excellency Eugène Rougon Explanatory Notes

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    Free read Son Excellence Eugène Rougon PDF/EPUB Son Excellence Eugène Rougon Download ó eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ Émile Zola He loved power for power's sake free from any vain lust for wealth or honours Crassly ignorant and utterly undistinguished

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    PDF/EPUB Son Excellence Eugène Rougon I had met Eugène Rougon in Zola's first book of the Rougon Macuart series The Fortune of the Rougons The oldest son of Pierre and Felicité Rougon he had been stationed in Paris working for the cause of Louis Napoléon Buonaparte as Emperor Napoleon III In Son Excellence Eugène Rougon we encounter Rougon as a man in disgrace a man who has offended the Emperor and who has decided to resign before he is form

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    Émile Zola ½ 7 Summary Download ó eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ Émile Zola Free read Son Excellence Eugène Rougon 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

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    PDF/EPUB Son Excellence Eugène Rougon Download ó eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ Émile Zola A harsh review for an author I revere Nothing that makes Zola's books normally worth reading was present in this one The critiue of society that often makes the most of Zola's simple narratives blended through repetitive but poetic language was absent in this book In some way it was a critiue of bourgeois society and indeed I ended up hating

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    Free read Son Excellence Eugène Rougon Émile Zola ½ 7 Summary Download ó eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ Émile Zola Heavy on the politics which although I can identify with in today's events I still found it difficult to keep up Slow to start but the pace ramps up round about 60% through I mostly felt sorry for Eugene who seemed to try to do right by everyone

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    PDF/EPUB Son Excellence Eugène Rougon A look at the seedy side of French politics where power is gotten and kept according to favors granted A fascinating slice of an era

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  • Son Excellence Eugène Rougon
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  • 17 November 2020
  • 9781340140373