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Mansilla, el escritor que encontro la horma de su zapato, y el anillo para sus dedos de dandy, en un genero frances: la causerie.
Somewhat ironically, Charles-Henry Hirsch claimed in 1898 that Mauclair himself had largely succeeded in summarizing the effect of the Tuesday causeries, (16) Yet, in 1901, Mauclair claimed that, from early on, all the Mardistes were in agreement about what was being lost:
El viaje evidentemente adquiere para Mansilla el status de algo que merece ser narrado, por eso vuelve a sus memorias de juventud y reconstruye eventos de este viaje que ira publicando en forma de articulos y de causeries en la prensa periodica a lo largo de casi cuarenta anos, destinando estos recuerdos devenidos en acto literario, no ya a la lectura intrafamiliar sino al publico lector ampliado que ya asomaba en Buenos Aires hacia fines del siglo XIX.
Traditional genres from the public sphere: concerts and other kinds of musical performances, dramatic pieces, cabarets, sketches, operas, talks, causeries, academic lectures, church services, formal speeches, programme announcements, gymnastics instruction, dialogues
Fumaroli revived and refined the 18th-century concept of the essay, which had achieved a high point during the Second Empire and the first decades of the Third Republic in the hands of such masters of the French language as Charles-Augustin Sainte-Beuve, famous for his Causeries du lundi and his brief Portraits, and the Goncourt brothers, Edmond and Jules, whose essays on 18th-century artists made a profound impact.
De esta manera titula precisamente uno de sus episodios anecdoticos o causeries que recoge en Entre-nos y en la que nos dice a modo de epigrafe, "Hay sabios que no creen en la fisonomia y que desconfian de un hongo por su aspecto y de una planta por su color" (364).
Plusieurs soupers causeries, de meme que des gouters, des apprentissages et autres seances de formation en milieu de travail se tiennent dans les differents centres du Canada Atlantique.
In a chapter of his book L'Inhumain: les causeries sur le temps (1988), postmodern theorist Jean-Francois Lyotard examines the relation between the Avant-garde and the Sublime, locating the latter in the former's literary and plastic attempts to capture the lived immediacy of the Now, the sublime moment of shock in which one seems, as it were, most alive.
IN HIS RECENT COLLECTION of previously published and new interviews, essays, travel reports, articles, and causeries, En o i galaksen: Ekspanderende essays (An island in the galaxy: Expanding essays), journalist Poul Blak covers considerable literal, intellectual, and philosophical ground.