LA CAFETIERE – THEOPHILE GAUTIER. LB. lola babilotte. Updated 22 November Transcript. LA CAFETIERE – THEOPHILE GAUTIER. Choose a . Pierre Jules Théophile Gautier was a French poet, dramatist, novelist, journalist, and art and literary critic. While an ardent defender of Romanticism, Gautier’s. La cafetiere, Theophile Gautier. Carte récapitulative de l’oeuvre de Gautier. Created using: MindManager. Located in: Library > Education > Foreign Languages.

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Gautier’s literary criticism was more reflective in nature; his literary analysis was free from the pressure of his art and theatre columns and therefore, he was able to express his ideas without restriction. Kindle Edition47 pages.

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This emphasis has remained a tacit touchstone of dance writing ever since.

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