- A major new translation of The Dream, the sixteenth novel in Zola's Rougon-Macquart series, and the first substantial critical edition.
- Marks a departure by Zola from the realism and naturalism for which he was known, as he experiments with mysticism and fairy tale.
- A wide-ranging introduction explains why Zola chose to experiment with new forms, drawing on his original notes and drafts for the novel.
- Includes a chronology, bibliography, and indepth explanatory notes on topics ranging from embroidery to architecture and the lives of the saints.
Net weight: 0.194kg