The Flood, Émile Zola, 1882.
Inspired by the exceptional flooding of the Garonne River in the summer of 1875, Zola's story depicts this deluge in the form of a single-voice tragedy, that of a survivor who recalls the catastrophe in all its details. The waters are cruel and spare no one.
The Flood, Yevgeny Zamiatin, 1929. Translated from the Russian by Hélène Henry. Unable to have children, Sophia convinces her husband Trophime to adopt Ganka, whose father has just died. But the arrival of the young teenager upsets Trophime and the life of the couple. The feeling of jealousy that Sophia lets bubble up inside her will surge like the Neva whose waters rise and rise. You can put your wet fingers on my pages, flood me with tears, read me in the bath, at the beach or at the pool. This book is made of mineral paper and is waterproof.
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