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At the latter’s death in 1911, Moïse became director. In October 1891 he married Irène Cahen d’Anvers, daughter of the banker Louis Cahen d’Anvers and of Louise de Morpurgo, who held a famous literary and political salon.Moïse and Irène had two children: Nissim in 1892, and Béatrice two years later.Kali is represented as a Black woman with four arms; in one hand she has a sword, in another the head of the demon she has slain, with the other two she is encouraging her worshippers.

As in an example posited by Wilde, although there has been fog in London for centuries, one notices the beauty and wonder of the fog because "poets and painters have taught the loveliness of such effects... Mc Grath places the antimimetic philosophy in a tradition of Irish writing, including Wilde and writers such as Synge and Joyce in a group that "elevate blarney (in the form of linguistic idealism) to aesthetic and philosophical distinction", noting that Terry Eagleton observes an even longer tradition that stretches "as far back in Irish thought as the ninth-century theology of John Scottus Eriugena" and "the fantastic hyperbole of the ancient sagas".

Wilde's antimimetic idealism, specifically, Mc Grath describes to be part of the late nineteenth century debate between Romanticism and Realism.

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In the essay, written as a Platonic dialogue, Wilde holds that anti-mimesis "results not merely from Life's imitative instinct, but from the fact that the self-conscious aim of Life is to find expression, and that Art offers it certain beautiful forms through which it may realise that energy.".

What is found in life and nature is not what is really there, but is that which artists have taught people to find there, through art.Wilde's antimimetic philosophy has also had influence on later Irish writers, including Brian Friel.Halliwell asserts that the idea that life imitates art derives from classical notions that can be traced as far back as the writings of Aristophanes of Byzantium, and does not negate mimesis but rather "displace[s] its purpose onto the artlike fashioning of life itself".Kali makes her 'official' debut in the Devi-Mahatmya, where she is said to have emanated from the brow of Goddess Durga (slayer of demons) during one of the battles between the divine and anti-divine forces. She is thus an echo of the woman warrior's fierce virginal autonomy.In this context Kali is considered the 'forceful' form of the great goddess Durga.However, their marriage did not last; they separated in 1896 and were divorced in 1901.

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