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By Charles Bargue, Jean Léon Gérôme

This publication is an entire reprint of the fabled yet infrequent Drawing direction (Cours de dessin) of Charles Bargue and Jean-Léon Gérôme, released in Paris en the 1860s and 1870s. For moste of the following half-century, this set of approximately two hundred masterful lithographs was once copied via artwork scholars all over the world sooner than they tried to attract from a stay version. This publication might be useful to a variety of artists, scholars, historians and creditors, at the same time it introduces them to the hitherto-neglected grasp, Charles Bargue. The drawing path is separated into 3 sections, in an ascending order of trouble. the 1st part contains lithographs by way of Bargue after casts of sculptures, in most cases old examples, that current the constitution of the human physique with outstanding clarty and intelligence. the second one half comprises the lithographs that Bargue made after grasp drawings by means of Renaissance and moderns artists and the 3rd part nearly 60 exemplary drawings of nude male types.

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81 In a parallel manner, Maupassant’s unnamed narrator conducts “experiments” that are meant to preclude any deception and prove the existence of the Horla beyond any doubt. 82 Le Horla thereby transforms Charcot’s medical nosography into a literary mode of writing. At the same time, Maupassant’s tale points to a link between the scientific discussion about criminal suggestions and another, seemingly remote discursive sphere that invoked the same figures and concepts. In Le Horla it is impossible to determine if the possession by an invisible being actually happens within the diegetic world of the narrative or whether it is just a pathological hallucination of the narrator.

L’hyperexcitibalité neuro-musculaire”: Gilles de la Tourette, L’hypnotisme (1887), 82. Bernheim ([1886a] 1888/1964), 22/15*. The opposition between physiology (Salpêtrière) and psychology (Nancy) can also be understood as a repetition of diverging explanations of the phenomena of “animal magnetism” that around 1800 were traced to either an invisible fluid or the somatic effects of the imagination (see Tatar 1978, 32). 19. Bernheim [1886a] 1888/1964, iii/418*. 20. “These facts should suffice to recall the effect exerted by the spiritual upon the physical, by the mind [esprit] upon the body, by the psychic functions of the brain upon the organic ones.

7. “Technische Nothlüge,” “theoretischer Nothstand”: Jhering, Geist des römischen Rechts (1865), 288. 8. , 210. Christian Meurer, too, in Die juristischen Personen nach deutschem Reichsrecht [Legal persons according to German imperial law] (1901), defi ned the corporation in nearly identical terms: “The legal subject of the corporation (universitas personarum) is the plurality of its members, which is treated by the law only like a unity and accordingly is regarded as such without being in reality an actual unity distinct from that plurality” (19).

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