D'Aurevi Barbey avec Chevalier Des Touches (Folio (Gallimard))
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Jules Amedee Barbey d'Aurevilly (1808-1889) est un ecrivain francais originaire de Normandie. Salue par Baudelaire pour son extravagance et plebiscite en tant que Connetable des lettres , il a contribue au rayonnement de la litteraire francaise de la seconde moitie du XIXe siecle. A la fois romancier, nouvelliste, essayiste, poete, critique litteraire, journaliste, dandy, et polemiste, Aurevilly est l'archetype de l'artiste complet du long XIXeme.