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The Case Study of Vanitas

Rumors revolving around The Book of Vanitas, a clockwork grimoire of dubious reputation, draw Noé, a young vampire in search of a friend's salvation, to Paris. What awaits him in the City of Flowers, however, is not long hours treading the pavement or rifling through dusty bookshops in search of the tome. Instead, his quarry comes to him...in the arms of a man claiming to be a vampire doctor! Thrust into a conflict that threatens the peace between humans and vampires, will Noé cast in his lot with the curious and slightly unbalanced Vanitas and his quest to save vampirekind?

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Eternity of Creation

Eternity of Creation

As a child, Asahi loved art, and his favorite artist was Monet. This love was only natural, given that his mother was a fine artist herself. Unfortunately, when Asahi's mother get second place in an art competition, she is derided and scolded by her own disappointed mother. The incident scars Asahi for life, and he turns his back on art. That is, until a trip to the museum turns into a trip through time to 19th-century France, where he meets the master of French Impressionism himself...Claude Monet!

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Aloette no Uta

Aloette no Uta

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Bovary Fujin

Bovary Fujin

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Kahane no Machi no Celine

Kahane no Machi no Celine

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Kaitou Alexandrite

Kaitou Alexandrite

The prize is not a diamond ring or a masterpiece of a national treasure! We come to you to get your "most precious thing"...Paris at the end of the 19th century. The unknown thief, Alexandrite, appears as if to ridicule the decadence of the world. From green to red, it bewitches Paris at the end of the century like a bewitchingly glowing variant of a jewel!

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Aka to Kuro: Manga de Dokuha

Aka to Kuro: Manga de Dokuha

Based on the novel Le Rouge et le Noir by Stendhal.

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Sayonara Sorcier

Sayonara Sorcier

In the late 19th century in Paris, Theodorus van Gogh, famous art dealer in Paris and the branch manager of the prestigious Goupil & Cie patroned exclusively by Bourgeoisie clients, seeks to embrace new art talents and techniques. However, the period is full of the prestigious and conservative who think that art belongs solely to the upper echelon of the society whereas commoners are considered as unable to appreciate art. Stating that "Destroying the system from within is more interesting", Thedorus struggles to overcome the obstacle by bringing forth works which depict the truth and daily lives of people which are not acknowledged by the academy.

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Les Miserables

Les Miserables

Jean Valjean, a starving man who commits an act that will haunt him for the rest of his life; Cosette, a young orphan girl; Javert, an obsessed policeman; Marius, a revolutionary who inspires the working classes. These unforgettable characters and more make up the cast of Victor Hugo’s classic novel, Les Misérables, renowned as one of the greatest works of Western literature.

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The Golden Age of Decadence

The Golden Age of Decadence

Mysterious spirits from the Lethe Valley have invaded 19th century Paris and are stealing words from people. Poetry, however, can defeat these spirits. Blighted by the spirits, famed poet Baudelaire faces a fate worse than death and decides to teach Cocteau, an illiterate orphan, poetry after sensing a hidden talent in him. But, can Cocteau learn poetry when he can’t even read? Why do these spirits from the Lethe Valley steal words from people?

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