La Jeune Belgique  

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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La Jeune Belgique was a Belgian French language literary and arts review founded on December 1, 1881 and was published from 1881 to 1897. It was centered around Iwan Gilkin, Max Waller and Albert Giraud, inspired by Parnassianism and modeled on La Jeune France. Contributors to the review included Georges Rodenbach, Eugène Demolder, Émile Verhaeren, Maurice Maeterlinck, Georges Eekhoud, Camille Lemonnier and Auguste Jennart.

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