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The talk of babies had put Bouillon in a reflective mood. The age of idealistic marches was over, and the age of riots, deteriorating cityscapes and white flight had arrived. On the high-end stages of Paris, wearing a banana skirt or a ring of palm fronds, she arched, shimmied, twisted and smiled all at once. One of his brothers has already died, and the other 10 siblings avoid the chateau, which was purchased by strangers long ago.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} One-year-old Jarry had been placed in the orphanage as a temporary matter, a consequence of an infant sister at home who was ill. Or raise them in a castle. She installed games and rides for children, and inscribed the entire place with her personality and celebrity. Her parenting seemed to trivialise the children, to turn them into rich adornments for their mother. One morning, she brought them into the dorm for a family meeting. But by the Seventies, her family was a political liability. He tricked his wife into signing release papers for the boy, presented the infant to Baker as an ideal type and pocketed the cash for the transaction. She imported male authority figures, without any luck. Somewhere in this labyrinth is the small room where Bouillon slept as a child. She did something so unexpected and so dramatic that it still resonates today. What Baker needed were representative types, human metaphors who could be displayed together for visual contrast, and whose play together could make a bigger point about common humanity and the roots of racism. He is trying to describe what it was like to grow up here, to trace the vestiges of his childhood, but not much of that remains in this chateau that was once his home. Or portray them as soldiers in a struggle for justice. The creation of such a mixed family required diversity that could be easily seen and understood. At Les Milandes, he said, the family was show business. All 12 children, in the end, would be stereotypes brought to life. She had good timing, too, she wrote, because it seemed that the boy was only days away from being turned out of the orphanage. The tumultuous Seventies featured a rebelliousness of affect and aesthetic, slogans and symbols. Today, the bed is cordoned off from the hallway with a velvet rope, and a sign admonishes visitors not to touch anything. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Souvenirs de deux de ses fils. She drew lines in the sand, fought for authority on every issue and engaged in extreme parental brinkmanship. There, Baker enjoyed a day of singing with children who were members of a travelling French choir. Outside, Baker built up the grounds, installed car parks, established facilities for guests and set up an advertising campaign. It was everybody or nobody. And it was endlessly tiring. 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