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Author: Charles Baudelaire
Publisher: New York : A.A. Knopf : Distributed by Random House, Inc., 1993.
Series: Everyman's library pocket poets.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Modern Poetry begins with Charles Baudelaire (1821-67), who employed his unequaled technical mastery to create the shadowy, desperately dramatic urban landscape--populated by the addicted and the damned.
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Genre/Form: Translations
Named Person: Charles Baudelaire; Charles Baudelaire
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Baudelaire
ISBN: 0679429107 9780679429104
OCLC Number: 28334639
Notes: Cover title: Baudelaire.
Includes index.
Description: 256 pages ; 17 cm.
Contents: Les fleurs du mal: To the reader --
Consecration --
Albatross --
Elevation --
Correspondences --
I prize the memory --
Guiding lights --
Sick muse --
Muse for hire --
Bad monk --
Enemy --
Artist unknown --
Gypsies on the road --
Impenitent --
Punishment of pride --
Beauty --
Ideal --
Giantess --
Jewels --
Hymn to beauty --
By association --
Head of hair --
Urn of stilled sorrows --
You'd sleep with anyone --
Sed non satiata --
Even when she walks --
Carrion --
De profundis clamavi --
Vampire --
Lethe --
I spent the night --
Posthumous regret --
Cat --
Duellum --
Balcony --
Possessed --
Suppose my name --
Semper eadem --
Altogether --
What will you say tonight --
Living torch --
Against her levity --
Reversibility --
Confession --
Spiritual dawn --
Evening harmony --
Flask --
Poison --
Overcast --
Cat --
Fine ship --
Invitation to the voyage --
Irreparable --
Conversation (one side) --
Autumnal --
Song for late in the day --
Sisina --
To a Creole lady --
Moesta et Errabunda --
Incubus --
Autumn sonnet --
Sorrows of the moon --
Cats --
Owls --
Pipe --
Music --
Burial --
Fantastic engraving --
Happy corpse --
Cask of hate --
Cracked bell --
Spleen (I) --
Spleen (II) --
Spleen (III) --
Spleen (IV) --
Obsession --
Craving for oblivion --
Alchemy of suffering --
Sympathetic horror --
Heauton timoroumenos --
Irremediable --
Clock --
Parisian landscape --
Sun --
To a red-haired beggar girl --
Swan --
Seven old men --
Little old women --
In passing --
Twilight: Evening --
Gamblers --
Dance of death --
Love of deceit --
I have not forgotten --
You used to be jealous --
Mists and rain --
Twilight: Daybreak --
Soul of the wine --
Ragpickers' wine --
Murderer's wine --
Solitary's wine --
Lovers' wine --
Destruction --
Martyr --
Lesbos --
Damned women: Delphine and Hippolyta --
Damned women --
Two kind sisters --
Allegory --
Metamorphoses of the vampire --
Voyage to Cythera --
Eros and the skull --
Saint Peter's denial --
Death of lovers --
Death of the poor --
Death of artists --
Strange man's dream --
Travelers --
Fountain --
Berthe: Her eyes --
Hymn --
Promises of a face --
Voice --
Unforeseen --
To a Malabar girl --
Long way from here --
Romantic sunset --
Scrutiny at midnight --
Sad madrigal --
Rebel --
Meditation --
Abyss --
Icarus laments --
Lid --
Offended moon --
Epigraph for a banned book --
Prose poems: Old woman's despair --
Fool and the Venus --
Crowds --
Hemisphere in a head of hair --
Invitation to the voyage --
Solitude --
Get drunk! --
Favors of the moon --
Index of first lines.
Series Title: Everyman's library pocket poets.
Other Titles: Baudelaire.
Poems.
Responsibility: Baudelaire.
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Modern Poetry begins with Charles Baudelaire (1821-67), who employed his unequaled technical mastery to create the shadowy, desperately dramatic urban landscape--populated by the addicted and the damned.

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