Ladies' Paradise

Ladies' Paradise

Author: Emile Zola

Publisher: Alma Books

ISBN: 9781847493149

Category: Fiction

Page: 300

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Encapsulating, with luxurious detail, the phenomenon of consumer societyA obsessed with image, fashion and instant gratificationA The Ladies'Paradise depicts the growth of capitalism through the workings of a new economic entity, the department store. The novel centres around the story of the young Denise, who is seeking work in Paris, and Octave Mouret, the aspirational director of the shopping emporium.
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