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By Art Wetherell

This time-hopping sequence chronicles the naughty rompings of monumentally stacked English ladies, as they fulfill each other in a Sapphic frenzy in the course of the a long time!

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Appearing in cafes and on newsstands in the first decade of the reign of Napoleon III, the journal was described by its wellknown publisher as a “Musée sans prétention” on the title page of the inaugural issue. 50 Risibly derisive of popular figures in the social (though cautious of the political) milieu and wealthy bourgeoisie who adopted the “refined” pastimes of the former aristocracy, Le Musée made a regular practice of skewering behavior that Philipon and his stable of artists found laughable (fig.

17 These physical settings, both semiprivate and communal, coupled with ready availability to the days’ popular journals, served to create, in the loosest sense perhaps, an interpretive community that gleaned direction from both within and without. 1 “Les Poires” as it appeared in Philipon’s other journal, Le Charivari, January 17, 1832. Courtesy of the Print Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs, The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations.

1899. Courtesy of the Print Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs, The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations. century but particularly (and on both sides of the divide) during the Dreyfus affair, he sought to denigrate Zola, and his supporters, by having him emerge from the still new invention, an indoor toilet; bringing with him not a spray of pure and edifying water but dank waste. That Dreyfus was reduced to a flaccid doll beneath the novelist’s arm only served to indicate how unimportant he had become in what was increasingly cast as an epic struggle between the forces of liberal republicanism and modernism and conservative tradition.

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