Paris Spleen 1869

Author: Charles Baudelaire
Editor: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 9780811200073
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Baudelaire composed the series of prose poems known as Paris Spleen between 1855 and his death in 1867. He attached great importance to his work in this then unusual form, asking, "Which one of us, in his moments of ambition, has not dreamed of the miracle of a poetic prose, musical, without rhythm and without rhyme, supple enough and rugged enough to adapt itself to the lyrical impulses of the soul, the undulations of reverie, the jibes of conscience?"
Paris Spleen, 1869
Language: en
Pages: 118
Authors: Charles Baudelaire, Charles Pierre Baudelaire
Categories: Poetry
Type: BOOK - Published: 1970 - Publisher: New Directions Publishing

Baudelaire composed the series of prose poems known as Paris Spleen between 1855 and his death in 1867. He attached great importance to his work in this then unusual form, asking, "Which one of us, in his moments of ambition, has not dreamed of the miracle of a poetic prose,
Paris Spleen, 1869. Translated From the French by Louise Varese
Language: en
Pages: 118
Authors: Charles Baudelaire, Louise Varèse
Categories: Poetry
Type: BOOK - Published: 1970 - Publisher:

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Pages: 108
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Pages: 108
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Language: en
Pages: 145
Authors: Charles Baudelaire
Categories: Poetry
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Set in a modern, urban Paris, the prose pieces in this volume constitute a further exploration of the terrain Baudelaire had covered in his verse masterpiece, The Flowers of Evil: the city with all its squalor and inequalities, the pressures of time and mortality, and the liberation provided by the