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Quotation by Charles Baudelaire
That in all times, mediocrity has dominated, that is indubitable; but that it reigns more than ever, that it is becoming absolutely triumphant and inhibiting, this is what is as true as it is distressing.
Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867), French poet, critic. The Salon of 1859, I. The Modern Artist (1859).
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