than he was before he first met him. This coldness and reserve have been
complained about, and only recently an article appeared in a Parisian paper in
which it was commented upon. Amongst other statements was made the one that
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important contributor to the Naturalist movement. He also led an active political
life, which is reflected in some of his works. His novels are infused with realism,
as he wanted to create accurate portrayals of what life was like at the time.