Gil Blas (periodical)

Gil Blas (periodical)

:"For the 18th century novel see Gil Blas""Gil Blas" (or "Le Gil Blas") was a Parisian literary periodical founded by Augustin-Alexandre Dumont in November 1879, and which stayed in publication until 1914. It serialized famous novels such as Émile Zola's "Germinal" (1884) and "L'Œuvre" (1885) before they appeared in book form.


Some well known authors who were published in "Gil Blas" include:
* Paul Arène
* Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly
* Émile Bergerat
* Léon Bloy
* Paul Bourget
* Robert Caze
* Léon Cladel
* Charles Desteuque
* Albert Guillaume
* Abel Hermant
* Clovis Hugues
* Maurice Lefebvre-Lourdet
* Guy de Maupassant
* René Maizeroy
* Hector Malot
* Catulle Mendès
* Georges Ohnet
* Richard O'Monroy
* Jean Richepin
* Rochefort
* Jules Vallès
* Villiers de L'Isle-Adam
* Émile Zola

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