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Huysmans

Joris Karl . 1848--1907, French novelist of the Decadent school, whose works include À rebours (1884)
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Kees Huysmans, of Tregroes Waffles, with some of his products in 2000.
Sete anos depois, Gautier publica o romance L'Eldorado, cuja protagonista, Tortunio, seria precursora do Des Esseints de Huysmans por seu desdem aos contemporaneos.
14 Huysmans MC, Longbottom C, Christie AM, Bruce PG, Shellis RP.
Houellebecq ha declarado que en un principio su novela se iba a referir a la lucha de un hombre, en lineas generales basada en la de Huysmans, por acoger el catolicismo despues de haber agotado todo lo que el mundo moderno tenia por ofrecer.
Huysmans remains best known for the 1884 novel A reborns, often cited as the bible of the Decadent movement and a great favorite of Oscar Wilde's; it is the unnamed French book with yellow covers that inspires Dorian Gray.
Orbicules are readily observable by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) in mature anthers as a layer of tiny particles lining the inner locule wall, in close contact with the pollen grains (El-Ghazaly, 1999; Huysmans et al.
Huysmans, ele nao poderia ser, ele nao e um aristocrata e nao quer tornar-se um, mas isto nao significa que o refinamento dos sentidos (e o acustico e terrivel) nao existe.
As is frequently the case with any great writer, Wilde's development of the material he received from Huysmans brings a renewed significance.
Following Baudelaire's model, and advancing diverse lines of inspiration that would become associated with symbolist poetry and decadent prose, respectively, Stephane Mallarme and Joris-Karl Huysmans devoted considerable attention to floral symbolism in their works.
Decadent artists such as Huysmans and Baudelaire, on the continent, and, later, Lionel Johnson and Ernest Dowson, in England, rejected progressive fantasies and idealized notions of beauty in favor of the artistic promises of decay.
2) Among the most prolific of these are: securitization theory associated with Ole Wsver and Barry Buzan; emancipation theory developed by Ken Booth and Richard Wyn Jones; and insecuritization theory promoted by Didier Bigo and Jef Huysmans.