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Perhaps not for the queen. Standing before the guillotine, she is said to have pleaded for " Encore un moment, monsieur le bourreau " One more minute, Mr.

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Executioner , a statement that has ever since enthralled novelists as a kind of summary of life itself. One of my favourite French novels is about the existential questions that trouble a powerful Parisian man and his mistress.

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The married man is taking an overnight train to visit his mistress in Rome. He goes through a tortured night of indecision, finally deciding, as he arrives in Italy, to leave her and stay with his wife. In the narrative, the wife comes to represent Paris and Christianity, while the mistress is Rome and paganism. And of course art: Rome is mystery, beauty, secrets, the feminine, and it's filled with sculpture. You see why the French don't like to criticize leading men and their mistresses too much.

They think there are big ideas at stake.


Mistresses, in French artistic history, are evidence not of boorishness and sexism, but of sensitivity and cultivation. In the higher realms of power, it is not unusual to see art as essentially feminine. Yes, these are rather conservative ideas. Special to The Globe and Mail. This is a space where subscribers can engage with each other and Globe staff. Non-subscribers can read and sort comments but will not be able to engage with them in any way.

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