(5) - Ce roman satirique et spirituel, parfois licencieux, bouleverse les préceptes de l’esthétique naissante du roman, multipliant les digressions et se jouant des conventions essentielles à l’écriture romanesque (l’effet de réel, l’omniscience du narrateur et le statut démiurgique de l’auteur)
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Vigee Le Brun ART Page 2-Alexandre Charles Emmanuel de Crussol-Florensac - 1787 Oil on Wood, 35.5 x 25.5 in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City This portrait is considered one of Vigee Le Brun's finest. It shows the sitter at the height of his military career, 2 years before the revolution. He wears the blue sash and the gold collar of the "Order of the Holy Ghost" and the cross of the "Knights of Malta." Crossol entered the service of the Comte d'artois (the future Charles X) in…
Jean Lafitte (ca. 1776 – ca. 1823) was a French pirate & privateer in the Gulf of Mexico in the early 19th century. By 1805, he operated a warehouse in New Orleans to help disperse the goods smuggled by his brother Pierre Lafitte. After the United States government passed the Embargo Act of 1807, the Lafittes moved their operations to an island in Barataria Bay. By 1810, their new port was very successful; the Lafittes pursued a successful smuggling operation & started to engage in piracy.