Zola’s project of „seeing all and telling all“ could no longer accommodate this kind of obscurity: given the development of historical and social sciences towards the end of nineteenth century, the aim was now to arrive to a total elucidation of the real. The whole world was now a crystal palace.

Hamon, Philippe: Expositions-Literature and Architecture in Nineteenth-Century France (1992)

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