Modern Thought and Literature in France  

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Modern Thought and Literature in France (New York: Funk and Wagnalls Co., 1934) by Régis Michaud.

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In Doctor Faustroll Jarry invented what he called "pataphysics" and grilled the philosophers and the scientists. He defined pataphysics as "the science of imaginary solutions, an exact science and a liberal art."




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