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Brunetiere's estimate, given in a parenthesis, is not much more favourable.
Brunetiere specifies the Marquis de Villemer as the one proved example of imitation.
This Brunetiere implicitly admits when he says that most of Balzac's novels are, so to speak, inquiries,—collections of documents.
Brunetiere accepts this testimony of a contemporary who himself frequented the salons of the great.