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pathos: Trois Contes**

pathos: Trois Contes** Sherrie Levine. Sabots, small pair: bronze prototype. 2001. Photo: Tom Powel. Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery. pathos: Trois Contes* SHERRIE LEVINE Pa thos \ n. 1. The quality or power in life or art of evoking a feeling of pity or compassion. 2. Pity. 3. Obs. Suffering. (1570–80; < Gk pathos suffering, sensation, akin to paschein to suffer) pathos \ n. The book had so much pathos I wept all through it: pathetic quality, power to affect, ability to touch, ability to arouse sympathy, poignancy, plaintiveness, sadness, feeling, sentiment, sentimentalism, sentimentality, pitiableness, anguish, heartache, agony, misery, distress, woe, desolation. —Antonyms comicality, amusement, humor, fun. * I would like to thank my colleagues at the Getty Research Institute for their friendship and intelligence. And many thanks to Julian Barnes. OCTOBER 101, Summer 2002, pp. 84–95. © 2002 October Magazine, Ltd. and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. OCTOBER TROIS CONTES 2 Gustave Flaubert is born in 1821, the second son of the head surgeon at the Hotel-Dieu in Rouen. While studying law in Paris, Flaubert meets Victor Hugo in 1843. The following year Flaubert’s shattering first epileptic attack puts an end to his legal studies and confines him to the new family http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png October MIT Press

pathos: Trois Contes**

October , Volume Summer 2002 (101) – Jul 1, 2002

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MIT Press
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© 2002 October Magazine, Ltd. and Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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0162-2870
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1536-013X
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10.1162/016228702320275454
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Sherrie Levine. Sabots, small pair: bronze prototype. 2001. Photo: Tom Powel. Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery. pathos: Trois Contes* SHERRIE LEVINE Pa thos \ n. 1. The quality or power in life or art of evoking a feeling of pity or compassion. 2. Pity. 3. Obs. Suffering. (1570–80; < Gk pathos suffering, sensation, akin to paschein to suffer) pathos \ n. The book had so much pathos I wept all through it: pathetic quality, power to affect, ability to touch, ability to arouse sympathy, poignancy, plaintiveness, sadness, feeling, sentiment, sentimentalism, sentimentality, pitiableness, anguish, heartache, agony, misery, distress, woe, desolation. —Antonyms comicality, amusement, humor, fun. * I would like to thank my colleagues at the Getty Research Institute for their friendship and intelligence. And many thanks to Julian Barnes. OCTOBER 101, Summer 2002, pp. 84–95. © 2002 October Magazine, Ltd. and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. OCTOBER TROIS CONTES 2 Gustave Flaubert is born in 1821, the second son of the head surgeon at the Hotel-Dieu in Rouen. While studying law in Paris, Flaubert meets Victor Hugo in 1843. The following year Flaubert’s shattering first epileptic attack puts an end to his legal studies and confines him to the new family

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Published: Jul 1, 2002

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