The dandy and the elegant, An Editorial

Bear in mind that “Dandy” as used in the modern sense is but a catch-phrase to describe men taking particular care of their appearance. It has absolutely no literary and little philosophical relevance. Even as a historical term, it lumps together people who had nothing to do with each other (which is true of many labels such as ‘romanticism’, ‘realism’, etc.). Individualists as they are, none of those persons would accept to be put in the same category— ‘I refuse … Continue reading The dandy and the elegant, An Editorial