Les Éblouissements excised manuscript passage

   This is the first impression we are already feeling in the presence of the first two volumes. But perhaps with less force and irresistible evidence. The second impression, that in any case is partially bound up with the first, to understand that the charm of such a book holds something unique, where a little enchantment and sorcery enters into it and on which it seems that the critic would have little to complain of, it is to one of Joubert's letters that we will look to express it for us. He was writing to Mme de Beaumont, on the day before Atala appeared: "There is..." (incomplete)