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It is this universality of Daudet's satire that has given Tartarin its vogue on both sides of the Atlantic.
Daudet's is French, softer, more enervating, and with an almost complacent dwelling on the sins of the flesh.
But neither Fielding nor Daudet is guilty of sentimentality, the one unforgivable crime in art.
"Trois de café" is what Daudet in his "Trente ans de Paris" calls this sip of nectar.
In 'Sapho' Daudet described the modern courtesan, in 'L'Évangéliste' a desperate case of religious madness.