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1esteta masculine, feminine
- He remains an aesthete, but his appreciation of culture is now spiritually empty.
- His pose was that of the dandy and the aesthete, emphatically not that of the angry young man.
- He was a cultured aesthete who loved music, architecture, and philosophy, even corresponding at length with Voltaire.
- They are advanced aesthetes, located in community-based cultures.
- And Derrida, like all Deconstructionists - and, in particular, French aesthetes, are expert at making rhetoric dance.
- In the 1920s and 30s it developed into a glamorous resort populated by rich aesthetes, dissident intellectuals and artists.
- Councillors they may be, aesthetes they are not!
- SHE HAS always flattered - the eyes of the aesthetes - not to deceive, but to delight.
- The aesthetes of New Eltham were not his only problem.
- Travelling aesthetes are too engaged with life to be bored.
- Nor are we holier-than-thou aesthetes who can't manage more than a half lager without being sick in the taxi.
- For all the millions that the Londoners have splashed out, aesthetes find them a comparatively ugly side to watch.
- If opera is an elitist, outmoded art form for high-brow aesthetes, then no one's told these kids.
- The aesthetes marvelled at his sureness of foot and quickness of hand.
- The film had so much potential to please the aesthetes, to assuage the jangled nerves.
- And this is the condition of the decadent, of the aesthete, of the free-lover.
- Her attitude is now certainly sadder, her descriptions more concrete, her approach less that of the aesthete.
- The contempt of a fastidious aesthete would not defeat them: far sterner measures were necessary.
- Charles's father, however, preferred business and sports and regretted that his son had turned out an aesthete and a poet.
- The most important point to make is that the aesthete and intellectual showed not the least reservation with flagrant melodrama.