Pierre Jules Théophile Gautier (; 30 August 1811 – 23 October 1872) was a French poet, dramatist, novelist, journalist, art critic and literary critic.
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... Gautier, writer and poet, earned Baudelaire's respect for his perfection of form and his mastery of language, though Baudelaire thought he lacked deeper emotion and spirituality ... Gautier's frequent meditations on death and the horror of life are themes which influenced Baudelaire writings ... friendship and commonality of vision, Baudelaire dedicated Les Fleurs du mal to Gautier ...
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“Good heavens! what a foolish thing is this pretended perfectibility of the human race which is continually being dinned into our ears!”
—Théophile Gautier (18111872)