et Marseille, et Toulon

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15:54 Feb 20, 2018
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French to French translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters
French term or phrase: et Marseille, et Toulon
Bonsoir.

Quelqu'un peut m'aider à comprendre la phrase entre les astérisques, svp ?

«Si tu veux me parler d’un Provençal, parle-moi de Puget. En voilà un qui sent l’ail, **et Marseille, et Toulon, même à Versailles, sous le soleil de cuivre de Louis 14.** Il y a du Mistral dans Puget, c’est lui qui agite le marbre!»
Voici comment Paul Cézanne décrit le sculpteur Pierre Puget, l’un des plus grands artistes du siècle de Louis 14, qui, chose rare pour l’époque, fit carrière dans le sud de la France, et non à Paris.

Merci

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