Definições de flâneur – séc XIX

That kind of man (the flâneur) is a mobile and passionate daguerreotype who retains the faintest traces of things, and in whom is reproduced, with their changing reflections, the flow of events, the city’s movement, the multiple physiognomy of the public mind, the beliefs, antipathies, and admirations of the crowd.

Victor Fournel, Ce qu’on voit dans les rues de Paris, (1858)

 

“A botanist of the sidewalk”

Charles Baudelaire “The Painter of Modern Life” (1863)

 

Le seul, le véritable souverain de Paris, je vous le nommerai: c’est le flâneur.

A. Bazin, L’Epoque sans nom, esquisses de Paris 1830 – 1833 (1833)

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