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Baudelaire

Charles Pierre . 1821--67, French poet, noted for his macabre imagery; author of Les fleurs du mal (1857)
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Creator Eric Baudelaire, when he isn't working on films, writes letters -- like the one sent to Margaret Thatcher on February 9, 2011, and subsequently to John Major, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, David Cameron, and Theresa May.
"I am fond of the poet Charles Baudelaire whose most famous work is The Flowers of Evil, a cycle of poems that discusses dreadful circumstances and finds beauty in them," Handler explained of his inspiration in a 2007 interview with (https://web.archive.org/web/20110726173206/http://momentmag.com/moment/issues/2007/02/200702-Handler.html) Moment magazine.
In the first trailer released in October, Snicket gave a 'sneak peek' of the Baudelaire children's miserable yet interesting struggles.
The film tells the story of the orphaned siblings Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire, who lost their parents in a fire accident.
Ao anexar o artigo a uma longa carta enviada a sua mae no dia 27 de marco de 1852, Baudelaire parece reduzi-lo a um texto de circunstancia quando afirma que ele trata de assuntos "especificamente parisienses" e que sua compreensao pode nao ser facil para quem esta "fora dos meios para os quais e sobre os quais" ele foi escrito (BAUDELAIRE, 1973: 191).
The killer leaves lines from the recently deceased Charles Baudelaire's controversial anthology Les Fleurs du Mal on each corpse, written in the poet's exact handwriting.