Mademoiselle de Maupin v. 2

Mademoiselle de Maupin v None

  • Title: Mademoiselle de Maupin v. 2
  • Author: Théophile Gautier I.G. Burnham
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  • Page: 348
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    1. Pierre Jules Th ophile Gautier 1811 1872 was a French poet, dramatist, novelist, journalist, and literary critic In the 1830 Revolution, he chose to stay with friends in the Doyenn district of Paris, living a rather pleasant bohemian life He began writing poetry as early as 1826 but the majority of his life was spent as a contributor to various journals, mainly for La Presse, which also gave him the opportunity for foreign travel and meeting many influential contacts in high society and in the world of the arts, which inspired many of his writings including Voyage en Espagne 1843 , Tr sors d Art de la Russie 1858 , and Voyage en Russie 1867 He was a celebrated abandonn e of the Romantic Ballet, writing several scenarios, the most famous of which is Giselle His prestige was confirmed by his role as director of Revue de Paris from 1851 1856 During this time, he became a journalist for Le Moniteur universel, then the editorship of influential review L Artiste in 1856 His works include Albertus 1830 , La Com die de la Mort 1838 , Une Larme du Diable 1839 , Constantinople 1853 and L Art Moderne 1856

    2. Free download available at Project Gutenberg.Produced by Laura Natal & Marc D'Hooghe at freeliterature (Images generously madeavailable by the Hathi Trust.)THE ETCHINGS ARE BY FRANÇOIS-XAVIER LE SUEURAND DRAWINGS BY ÉDOUARD TOUDOUZE[image error]Chapter XIII — How many times you have appeared to me—at the window of the mysterious chateau, leaning in melancholy mood on the balcony and throwing to the wind the petals of some flower. * * * There were your proud yet gentle eyes, your transp [...]

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