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We find Wilkes as a poseur on literature in one of these entertaining letters to “dearest Polly.”
It is an awful thing when a poseur ceases to pose, when an egoist becomes a human being.
THE ROMANCE OF HIS LIFEMARY CHOLMONDELEY
Poet and poseur he was, the strangest combination ever seen in man.
The peculiar charm of these Letters is that they are so evidently private; there is nothing of the poseur about them.
And Whistler, he declared, was a "poseur" and the picture "a colossal piece of pyramidal impudence."
THE LIFE OF JAMES MCNEILL WHISTLERELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL
A poseur she undoubtedly was, but affectation had already become a more or less natural trait in her, a sort of second nature.
THE ENEMIES OF WOMENVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
She rightly guessed that this was no poseur trying to make an impression and gain her confidence.
There is the futurist, post-impressionist poseur who more than half believes in his own pose.
GREENWICH VILLAGEANNA ALICE CHAPIN
All his life long he was addicted to attitude; all his life long he was a poseur of the purest water.
VIEWS AND REVIEWSWILLIAM ERNEST HENLEY
Alexander was a man of ideas, a sentimentalist, and a poseur, but he had an eye to the main chance.

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