CliffsNotes on Zola's Nana

CliffsNotes on Zola's Nana

CliffsNotes on Zola's Nana

CliffsNotes on Zola's Nana

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Monsieur Fauchery, the drama critic, takes his cousin la Faloise to the theater for the opening of a new musical featuring an exciting new star known simply as Nana. At the theater, the two men recognize many people from the fashionable world, among them, the pious Count Muffat de Beuville and his wife, Countess Sabine. When Nana appears onstage, it is obvious that she has no talent, but she possesses one outstanding quality — she is the epitome of sexuality.

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