Ernest Alfred Vizetelly

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Ernest Alfred Vizetelly

Ernest Alfred Vizetelly (1853–1922) was an English journalist and author.

Life[edit]

He was a son of the English publisher Henry Vizetelly, by his first marriage to Ellen Elizabeth Pollard. He was known as a war correspondent.[1]

Ernest republished some of his father's works by Émile Zola but modified them. Ernest was present with his father at the Siege of Paris during the Franco-Prussian War and wrote a memoir of his experiences My Days of Adventure; the Fall of France, 1870-71 which also contains an autobiographical introduction.


Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Edwards, P. D. "Vizetelly, Henry Richard". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (online ed.). Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/28344.(Subscription or UK public library membership required.)


Works by Zola translated into English[edit]

  • The Three Cities Trilogy: Lourdes,
  • The Three Cities Trilogy: Rome
  • The Three Cities Trilogy: Paris
  • Theresa Raquin (1867)
  • The Fortune of the Rougons (1871)
  • The Kill (1871)
  • Abbe Mouret's Transgression (1875)
  • L'Assommoir (1876)
  • The Flood (1880)
  • Germinal (1885)
  • The Rush for the Spoil (1886)
  • Piping Hot! (1887)
  • The Soil (1888)
  • The Dream (1888)
  • The Human Beast (1891)
  • Doctor Pascal (1893)
  • The Ladies' Paradise (1895)
  • His Excellency (1897)
  • Money (1900)
  • Fruitfulness (1900)
  • The Joy of Life (1901)
  • Work (1901)
  • Truth (1903)
  • A Love Episode (1905)
  • The Fête At Coqueville (1907)
  • The Conquest of Plassans (1917)
  • Nana (1972)

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