Bauvard


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A work of art should stand on its own, divorced from the personality of the creator. That is the only way the creator can be a work of art in himself.

Bauvard fears for the moral fiber of the rare soul who does peruse him. Having a great deal to say about nothing often turns readers into reactionary optimists - and it is bad business to create supply amidst surplus.

His only hope is that the people of a distant time will have a look at his writings with a view to being edified and entertained. Not people of the future - his work will be too outdated and boring by then. No, Bauvard's books belong to the past. There are some who live as a ghost among the ancients.

Who, then, are his readers? The upright, the honest, the hard-working, the
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Average rating: 3.86 · 29 ratings · 2 reviews · 6 distinct works
Some Inspiration for the Ov...

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The Prince Of Plungers

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Morsels

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The Darkness of Nature

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I Had a Dream About You

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German Love Advice

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“The idealist hopes. The romantic sees doom. The postmodernist sees doom and hopes.”
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