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Le ténébreux auteur des Fleurs du Mal, le plus lu des poètes français, fut d'abord le fils de l. a. presse. Jeune dandy, il y a fait ses premières armes ; jusqu'à l. a. fin de sa vie, il y a publié ses écrits en tous genres ; n'étant lié à aucun magazine, il a collaboré à tous, et exprimé sous les formes les plus variées ses convictions d'artiste et son farouche mépris des bien-pensants. Cette anthologie inédite lève le voile sur une half majeure et méconnue de son oeuvre. On y découvrira les multiples visages de ce polygraphe de génie : le joyeux mystificateur, auteur de chansons satiriques et d'ironiques leçons sur les femmes ou l'écriture ; l'acteur passionné du débat républicain, qui au coeur de l'exaltation révolutionnaire de 1848 fonda un magazine, Le Salut public ; mais aussi le significant théoricien français du rire, et l'un des plus grands evaluations artistiques et littéraires du XIXe siècle, aussi jubilatoire dans l'éloge que dans l'éreintage de ses contemporains. Ce recueil, qui brosse le double portrait de l'homme et de son siècle, donne enfin les models d'origine de célèbres poèmes, celles de leur première booklet dans los angeles presse - et témoigne ainsi d'une époque où, sur une même web page de magazine, un sonnet côtoyait un éditorial politique ou un fait divers.

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32 CHAPTER 2 9 Pls. 1, 32 Mid-body sherd of a large diameter closed vessel, perhaps an amphora or hydria? At left, vertical folds of hanging drapery; at right, left side of figure (paint lost at lower right break). Light brown wash over reserved field. Flat ht. 018, w. 021, th. 0025. Ca. 530 onwards. g. Samothrace 11, 517, 520, cat. XS-1 (one-piece amphora, 530–520, no comparison for costume reported), but there are no good parallels for this, and it is thus more likely that the columnar drapery belongs to a standing figure within a larger group.

5, 8–9, 11–13, 19, 27, 30, 65, 67–69; Demchenko 1991 (illustrating a range of material closely similar to that presented here). I am most grateful to Dr E. Alekseeva and her colleagues for their hospitality in Anapa and for helpful discussion of the archaeology of the area. g. Reho-Bumbalova 1982; Reho 1990; Lazarov 1990. 72 Kouros: Sokolski 1962b. g. Johnston 1989–1990, 312–313. Architecture: Arzamanov 1989 (Hermonassa); Pichikyan 1975 (Panticapaeum); Kobylina 1983 (Phanagoria). Relief: Kobylina 1961.

Ht. 044, w. 035, th. 005–6. Fourth century, second quarter or later. g. Temryuk Museum, cat. 6 from Bolshaya Bliznitza (see also cat. 18 (Phanagoria cemetery), or just Amazon and griffin as Schefold 1934, cat. 569, pl. 25. The scheme alludes to the Grypomachy: Kobylina 1951a, 136–137; Metzger 1951, 331–332. g. CVA Moscow 6 (Russia 6), pls. 1, both from Phanagoria); Kobylina 1951a, fig. 2 (State Historical Museum, Moscow 15299); Bouzek 1990, pl. 4 (Pilsen 8314 from the Kerch area). South City, 1982: Trench 34, layer 11.

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