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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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And so we wait, patiently, until we join the Baudelaires again in their attempt to flee for their miserable lives, and from it.
Author Daniel Handler (pen name is Lemony Snicket) was inspired by Charles Baudelaire, a 19th-century Parisian poet who, by many accounts, led a very (https://www.
and two of Baudelaires most prominent interlocutors, de Maistre and Proudhon, it provides a subtle argument against contradiction as the dominant mode of thinking about Baudelaire's political and theological beliefs.
Poe and Baudelaire came at the tail-end of Romanticism, whereas Magritte, as a Surrealist, belonged to a movement that has sometimes been referred to as the prehensile tail of Romanticism, a Romanticism marked early on my lyricism, exuberance, and exoticism.
What astounds the reader is the perspicacity of the Russian intelligentsia of Baudelaires day.
Jean Starobinski, em seu estudo sobre a melancolia no poema "Le cygne" de Baudelaire, liga a etimologia do verbo pensar a dos verbos pender e pesar.
Bandy Center for Baudelaire Studies at Vanderbilt University.
It wasn't that misfortune purposely hunted down the Baudelaire orphans Violet, Klaus and Sunny.
Grotesque Figures: Baudelaire, Rousseau, and the Aesthetics of Modernity.
Rosemary Lloyd's latest book brings a fresh approach to Baudelaire studies, thanks to the savvy use of English translations to stress elements easily lost or unappreciated by non-French readers.