in decadence

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Jean de Palacio's latest book has shown the work remaining not only for my brothers and sisters in Decadence, but also for future generations of scholars who, with the current academic interest in circularity, heterogeneity and hybridity, will discover that fragmentation, disconnectedness and absence of linearity are typical characteristics of the prodigious literary activity that flourished between 1880 and 1914 in much of Europe and, to some extent, the United States.
He also examines whether in decadence truth is in actually sacrificed for thinking.
Dirt'' is quite the wallow in decadence -- an acid, unsparing and stylishly over-the-top take on the entertainment industry and the backhanded star-making machinery therein.