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Sons of the Soil

French writer Honore de Balzac had many unique strengths, and chief among them is his ability to limn and illuminate subtle differences between social classes. In this pastoral novel, Balzac explores the virtues and follies of country life through the eyes of Emile Blondet, a journalist who was born and raised in the provinces, works in Paris, and has returned to the countryside of his youth for a much-needed vacation.

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  • "French writer Honore de Balzac had many unique strengths, and chief among them is his ability to limn and illuminate subtle differences between social classes. In this pastoral novel, Balzac explores the virtues and follies of country life through the eyes of Emile Blondet, a journalist who was born and raised in the provinces, works in Paris, and has returned to the countryside of his youth for a much-needed vacation."@en

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  • "Romans (teksten)"
  • "Vertalingen (vorm)"
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  • "Translations"
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  • "Sons of the Soil"
  • "Sons of the Soil"@en
  • "Sons of the soil"@en
  • "Sons of the soil"
  • "Sons of soil"@en
  • "Sons of soil"
  • "Sons of the soil (Les paysans)"
  • "Sons of the soil (Les paysans) : [illustrated]"