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Theophile Gautier got out of Seville all that it has to offer.
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Any one who has read the brilliant Theophile Gautier's 'Club des Hachichens' or Bayard Taylor's experience at Damascus knows something of the effect of hashish, however.
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For the Jansenist miracles at Paris, see La Verite des Miracles operes par l'Intercession de M. de Paris, par Montgeron, Utrecht, 1737, and especially the cases of Mary Anne Couronneau, Philippe Sargent, and Gautier de Pezenas.
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Cie ET LOTH, GAUTIER ET Cie d'Embreville (Somme) E.
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Almost every one might, like Grace Greenwood and Gautier, write a History of my Pets and make a readable book.
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Theophile Gautier might have added one to the great generosities of the world.
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Mazzini in Italy, Gautier and Baudelaire in France, Shelley in England, made for him a base of passionate and intellectual supplies.
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Let us see him in that company where he looks noble amongst the noble; let us not look upon him in the company of the ignoble, where he looks ignobler still, being servile to them; let us look upon him with the lyrical Shakespeare, with Vaughan, Blake, Wordsworth, Patmore, Meredith; not with Baudelaire and Gautier; with the poets of the forest and the sun, and not with those of the alcove.
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Returning from the latter to the original, we are no longer surprised by Saint John's strange likeness to the Bacchus which hangs near it, and which set Theophile Gautier thinking of Heine's notion of decayed gods, who, to maintain themselves, after the fall of paganism, took employment in the new religion.
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Father Gautier, a worthy priest, one reproved him with instances of concrete perdition.
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Mais Racine s'est surtout servi de Gautier la Gueule, qui venait de publier deux volumes de ses plaidoyers.
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On page 78 of M. de Wailly’s spirited translation, in the account of the death of Gautier d’Autrèche, we read that when that brave knight was carried back to his tent nearly dying, “several of the surgeons and physicians of the camp came to see him, and not perceiving that he was dangerously injured, they bled him on both his arms.
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The result was what might be expected: Gautier d’Autrèche soon breathed his last.
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Gautier found measles transmitted from the mother to the fetus in 6 out of 11 cases, there being 2 maternal deaths in the 11 cases.
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Sennert says that Pope Adrian IV died from the entrance of a fly into his respiratory passages; and Remy and Gautier record instances of the penetration of small fish into the trachea.
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Gautier is accredited with recording in 1890 the case of a boy of six in whom pigmented patches from sepia to almost black began to form at the age of two, and were distributed all over the body.
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Orientales_, Gautier's from 1830; and these are also the dates of Balzac's _Chouans_ and _la Peau de Chagrin_.
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Gautier's first visit to him was that of a devotee to his divinity; and years afterwards the good poet confessed that not even in pitch darkness and in a cellar fathoms under ground should he dare to whisper to himself that a verse of the Master's was bad.
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So far as devotion went there were innumerable Gautiers.
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But it is suspected that he loves these things rather as words than as facts, and that in his heart of hearts he is better pleased with Cassandra and Columbine than with Rosalind and Othello, with the studio Hellas of Gautier than with the living Greece of Sophocles.
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Examples of Gautier

Example #1
We who come after him can only repeat his sensations.
Example #2
Its facile charm can offer permanent entertainment only to an intelligence which is superficial.
Example #3
In reconstructing the story of Georgette Gilbert, as best I can, I believe that she was lured to the den of one of the numerous cults practised in New York, lured by advertisements offering advice in hidden love affairs.
Example #4
An overdose of this drug often causes insanity, while in small quantities our doctors use it as a medicine.
Example #5
For some very thoughtful remarks as to the worthlessness of the testimony to miracles presented during the canonization proceedings at Rome, see Maury, Legendes Pieuses, pp.
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For the effect of "the vivid belief in supernatural action which attaches itself to the tombs of the saints," etc., as "a psychic agent of great value," see Littre, Medecine et Medecins, p. 131.