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The Gentle Art of Making Enemies by James…

The Gentle Art of Making Enemies (1890)

by James McNeill Whistler

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The Gentle Art of Making Enemies is a compilation of published articles, essays, and letters documenting the public debate between Whistler and his critics, which attained an infamous reputation for its comically polite insults. Whistler also discusses the aesthetics of the Impressionist.

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To the rare few who, early in life, have rid themselves of the friendship of the many, these pathetic Papers are inscribed.
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