He defined the dandy, in the later "metaphysical" phase of dandyism, as one who elevates æsthetics to a living religion, that the dandy's mere existence reproaches the responsible citizen of the middle class being "an ordinary, working-class 'anti-star' who nevertheless loves to hog the spotlight.
Is this not a comma splice? Doesn't the clause starting with that begin an independent sentence. When is that subordinate and when isn't it?
The secret ingredient used in the recipe. That was the secret to his success.
This would be correct right?