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I had been told that most people flying from New York to Austin, Texas, are apt to be en route to conferences with either legislators or professors Austin being both the state capital and the seat of the state university , and that my mission—to talk with a gentleman who had rocked the international vaudeville world in the nineteen-twenties and thirties with a trapeze act he did disguised as a girl, to the music of Wagner and Rimski-Korsakov—would not, even though he was Texas-born, be considered by Texans a sufficiently serious reason for visiting their state. I suspected at the time that my informant was not entirely correct, and my suspicion has since been confirmed. In Texas, there are quite a few vaudeville buffs, I have discovered, who are respectfully knowledgeable about the career of Barbette as the gentleman I had come to see was known professionally. And Since Barbette is the hero of one of the best essays on the nature of art written by Jean Cocteau, the French poet, novelist, dramatist, draftsman, and cineaste —an essay not unknown in university circles—his name enjoys, thanks to that connection, academic prestige at Austin as well as elsewhere. It is true, however, that although some of those admirers knew that Barbette was Texas-born, it was generally unknown that he had returned to the state and was living in Austin. It was in connection with Cocteau, whose biography I was writing, that I wanted to see Barbette, and the person who finally found him for me was a professor in Austin named Paolo Vivante—a Hellenist and Latinist I had once known in Tuscany—who had never heard of him before. I forget her show name—something very fancy like La Gloriosa instead of her own wonderful name of Vicky Unus.