In the nineteenth century, heraldic art experienced a veritable revival in literature, as evidenced by the work of Barbey d'Aurevilly, for whom heraldry first emerged on the biographical horizon. But more broadly, critical work and novelistic work reveal an attraction for heraldic science. Used for the most diverse purposes, heraldic language is inserted in all types of speech and feeds a very present noble imaginary.
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