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(from Merium Webster)

1: a part of a European newspaper or magazine devoted to material designed to entertain the general reader
2: something (as an installment of a novel) printed in a feuilleton
a : a novel printed in installments
b : a work of fiction catering to popular taste
3: a short literary composition often having a familiar tone and reminiscent content

French, from feuillet sheet of paper, from Old French foillet, diminutive of foille leaf — more at foil
First Known Use: 1845


An idle city walker who observes the places and people around him.  Flaneurisms are those observations from such activity.  See Walter Benjamin and Charles Baudelaire on the subject

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