Les Fleurs du Mal

Les Fleurs du Mal

Presents the first American translation of the complete text of Baudelaire's 1857 masterwork and includes the complete original French texts for easy comparison....

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Title:Les Fleurs du Mal
Author:Charles Baudelaire
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Genres:Poetry
ISBN:Les Fleurs du mal
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:365 pages pages

Les Fleurs du Mal Reviews

  • Matt
    Mar 12, 2013

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    May 07, 2010

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

  • James
    Jul 29, 2008

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

  • Kelly
    Jan 16, 2008

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

  • Terence
    Aug 15, 2009

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

    translated by Edna St. Vincent Millay & George Dillon It's outrageous that this wonderful translation is out of print. After looking at many versions (including Richard Howard, James McGowan, and Cyril Scott who was my second favourite) this was the only one with truly good po...

    As I read this I simply felt as if I understood Baudelaire completely, and as if he understood me. Then I realized my body craved for a cigarette and was ready to throw a cynical, sarcastic comment. ...

    ???? ??? ?????? ????????? ??? ???? ??' ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ??? Baudelaire; ???????? ?????? ? ????????????, ????????? ??????...

    When my eyes, to this cat I love Drawn as by a magnet's force, Turn tamely back upon that appeal, And when I look within myself, I notice with astonishment The fire of his opal eyes, Clear beacons glowing, living jewels, Taking my measure, steadily. My (initial) amat...

    Receuillement/ Blues Blues, be cool, keep quiet, you mutha, Intruder, second-story man, you enter with dusk, It descends. It's here, an atmosphere Surrounds the town. Builds some up, knocks me down. Meanwhile the rabble ruled by body Pleasures, thankless beasts overburdened Bu...

    Beautifully debauched and morbid, thank you for inspiring the symbolists and decadents. 2016: Having read a few works by authors who were influenced by this, having seen works of art and illustrations either inspired or based on this, having random lines always swirling and...

    ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ??? ?? ?????? . ??? ??? ??????? ??? 1855? .???? ???? ??????? ?? ?????? ??????? : "?? ?????? ???? ???? ??? ?????? ?...

    " ? ???????? ???? ?????? ??????? ???? ? ????? ?? ? ???? ???? ????? ??????; ? ??????? ?????? ???????? ?????, ??? ????, ?????? ?? ??????, ?? ????: ????...

    When it comes to the most beautiful literature in the world, I radically believe in the imperial prominence of Nineteenth century French literature. Charles Baudelaire is one of the poets that tremendously alimented this conviction. Originally entitled "Les Lesbiennes" and brazen...

    ???? ??? ??? ?? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ?? ????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ?? ???? ??? ?????? ????? ????. ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? ???? ?...

    Flowers of Evil was an entirely serendipitous impulse check-out from my local library. I can only imagine that what caught my eye was the title - Flowers of Evil - who could resist? So I pulled it from the shelf, opened it up at random, read a few verses, and said to myself "This isn't...

  • Jonfaith
    Feb 21, 2018

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

    translated by Edna St. Vincent Millay & George Dillon It's outrageous that this wonderful translation is out of print. After looking at many versions (including Richard Howard, James McGowan, and Cyril Scott who was my second favourite) this was the only one with truly good po...

    As I read this I simply felt as if I understood Baudelaire completely, and as if he understood me. Then I realized my body craved for a cigarette and was ready to throw a cynical, sarcastic comment. ...

    ???? ??? ?????? ????????? ??? ???? ??' ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ??? Baudelaire; ???????? ?????? ? ????????????, ????????? ??????...

    When my eyes, to this cat I love Drawn as by a magnet's force, Turn tamely back upon that appeal, And when I look within myself, I notice with astonishment The fire of his opal eyes, Clear beacons glowing, living jewels, Taking my measure, steadily. My (initial) amat...

  • MJ Nicholls
    Jul 27, 2012

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

  • Eldonfoil TH*E Whatever Champion
    Nov 23, 2012

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

  • Mariam Okasha
    Aug 18, 2011

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

    translated by Edna St. Vincent Millay & George Dillon It's outrageous that this wonderful translation is out of print. After looking at many versions (including Richard Howard, James McGowan, and Cyril Scott who was my second favourite) this was the only one with truly good po...

    As I read this I simply felt as if I understood Baudelaire completely, and as if he understood me. Then I realized my body craved for a cigarette and was ready to throw a cynical, sarcastic comment. ...

    ???? ??? ?????? ????????? ??? ???? ??' ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ??? Baudelaire; ???????? ?????? ? ????????????, ????????? ??????...

    When my eyes, to this cat I love Drawn as by a magnet's force, Turn tamely back upon that appeal, And when I look within myself, I notice with astonishment The fire of his opal eyes, Clear beacons glowing, living jewels, Taking my measure, steadily. My (initial) amat...

    Receuillement/ Blues Blues, be cool, keep quiet, you mutha, Intruder, second-story man, you enter with dusk, It descends. It's here, an atmosphere Surrounds the town. Builds some up, knocks me down. Meanwhile the rabble ruled by body Pleasures, thankless beasts overburdened Bu...

    Beautifully debauched and morbid, thank you for inspiring the symbolists and decadents. 2016: Having read a few works by authors who were influenced by this, having seen works of art and illustrations either inspired or based on this, having random lines always swirling and...

    ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ??? ?? ?????? . ??? ??? ??????? ??? 1855? .???? ???? ??????? ?? ?????? ??????? : "?? ?????? ???? ???? ??? ?????? ?...

    " ? ???????? ???? ?????? ??????? ???? ? ????? ?? ? ???? ???? ????? ??????; ? ??????? ?????? ???????? ?????, ??? ????, ?????? ?? ??????, ?? ????: ????...

    When it comes to the most beautiful literature in the world, I radically believe in the imperial prominence of Nineteenth century French literature. Charles Baudelaire is one of the poets that tremendously alimented this conviction. Originally entitled "Les Lesbiennes" and brazen...

    ???? ??? ??? ?? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ?? ????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ?? ???? ??? ?????? ????? ????. ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? ???? ?...

    Flowers of Evil was an entirely serendipitous impulse check-out from my local library. I can only imagine that what caught my eye was the title - Flowers of Evil - who could resist? So I pulled it from the shelf, opened it up at random, read a few verses, and said to myself "This isn't...

    My darling was naked, or nearly, for knowing my heart she had left on her jewels, the bangles and chains whose jingling music gave her the conquering air of a Moorish slave on days her master is pleased Whenever I hear such insolent harmonies, that scintillating world of metal a...

    ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ????? ??????? ...??? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??? ..??? ?????? ????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ???? ????? ??? ? ?? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ...

  • Alan
    Dec 01, 2016

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

    translated by Edna St. Vincent Millay & George Dillon It's outrageous that this wonderful translation is out of print. After looking at many versions (including Richard Howard, James McGowan, and Cyril Scott who was my second favourite) this was the only one with truly good po...

    As I read this I simply felt as if I understood Baudelaire completely, and as if he understood me. Then I realized my body craved for a cigarette and was ready to throw a cynical, sarcastic comment. ...

    ???? ??? ?????? ????????? ??? ???? ??' ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ??? Baudelaire; ???????? ?????? ? ????????????, ????????? ??????...

    When my eyes, to this cat I love Drawn as by a magnet's force, Turn tamely back upon that appeal, And when I look within myself, I notice with astonishment The fire of his opal eyes, Clear beacons glowing, living jewels, Taking my measure, steadily. My (initial) amat...

    Receuillement/ Blues Blues, be cool, keep quiet, you mutha, Intruder, second-story man, you enter with dusk, It descends. It's here, an atmosphere Surrounds the town. Builds some up, knocks me down. Meanwhile the rabble ruled by body Pleasures, thankless beasts overburdened Bu...

  • rose vibrations
    May 02, 2012

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

    translated by Edna St. Vincent Millay & George Dillon It's outrageous that this wonderful translation is out of print. After looking at many versions (including Richard Howard, James McGowan, and Cyril Scott who was my second favourite) this was the only one with truly good po...

    As I read this I simply felt as if I understood Baudelaire completely, and as if he understood me. Then I realized my body craved for a cigarette and was ready to throw a cynical, sarcastic comment. ...

    ???? ??? ?????? ????????? ??? ???? ??' ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ??? Baudelaire; ???????? ?????? ? ????????????, ????????? ??????...

    When my eyes, to this cat I love Drawn as by a magnet's force, Turn tamely back upon that appeal, And when I look within myself, I notice with astonishment The fire of his opal eyes, Clear beacons glowing, living jewels, Taking my measure, steadily. My (initial) amat...

    Receuillement/ Blues Blues, be cool, keep quiet, you mutha, Intruder, second-story man, you enter with dusk, It descends. It's here, an atmosphere Surrounds the town. Builds some up, knocks me down. Meanwhile the rabble ruled by body Pleasures, thankless beasts overburdened Bu...

    Beautifully debauched and morbid, thank you for inspiring the symbolists and decadents. 2016: Having read a few works by authors who were influenced by this, having seen works of art and illustrations either inspired or based on this, having random lines always swirling and...

    ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ??? ?? ?????? . ??? ??? ??????? ??? 1855? .???? ???? ??????? ?? ?????? ??????? : "?? ?????? ???? ???? ??? ?????? ?...

    " ? ???????? ???? ?????? ??????? ???? ? ????? ?? ? ???? ???? ????? ??????; ? ??????? ?????? ???????? ?????, ??? ????, ?????? ?? ??????, ?? ????: ????...

    When it comes to the most beautiful literature in the world, I radically believe in the imperial prominence of Nineteenth century French literature. Charles Baudelaire is one of the poets that tremendously alimented this conviction. Originally entitled "Les Lesbiennes" and brazen...

    ???? ??? ??? ?? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ?? ????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ?? ???? ??? ?????? ????? ????. ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? ???? ?...

    Flowers of Evil was an entirely serendipitous impulse check-out from my local library. I can only imagine that what caught my eye was the title - Flowers of Evil - who could resist? So I pulled it from the shelf, opened it up at random, read a few verses, and said to myself "This isn't...

    My darling was naked, or nearly, for knowing my heart she had left on her jewels, the bangles and chains whose jingling music gave her the conquering air of a Moorish slave on days her master is pleased Whenever I hear such insolent harmonies, that scintillating world of metal a...

  • Antonomasia
    Apr 17, 2013

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

    translated by Edna St. Vincent Millay & George Dillon It's outrageous that this wonderful translation is out of print. After looking at many versions (including Richard Howard, James McGowan, and Cyril Scott who was my second favourite) this was the only one with truly good po...

  • Teresa Proença
    Jun 14, 2017

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

  • Fernando
    Jun 01, 2015

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

  • Lynn Beyrouthy
    Apr 22, 2013

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

    translated by Edna St. Vincent Millay & George Dillon It's outrageous that this wonderful translation is out of print. After looking at many versions (including Richard Howard, James McGowan, and Cyril Scott who was my second favourite) this was the only one with truly good po...

    As I read this I simply felt as if I understood Baudelaire completely, and as if he understood me. Then I realized my body craved for a cigarette and was ready to throw a cynical, sarcastic comment. ...

    ???? ??? ?????? ????????? ??? ???? ??' ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ??? Baudelaire; ???????? ?????? ? ????????????, ????????? ??????...

    When my eyes, to this cat I love Drawn as by a magnet's force, Turn tamely back upon that appeal, And when I look within myself, I notice with astonishment The fire of his opal eyes, Clear beacons glowing, living jewels, Taking my measure, steadily. My (initial) amat...

    Receuillement/ Blues Blues, be cool, keep quiet, you mutha, Intruder, second-story man, you enter with dusk, It descends. It's here, an atmosphere Surrounds the town. Builds some up, knocks me down. Meanwhile the rabble ruled by body Pleasures, thankless beasts overburdened Bu...

    Beautifully debauched and morbid, thank you for inspiring the symbolists and decadents. 2016: Having read a few works by authors who were influenced by this, having seen works of art and illustrations either inspired or based on this, having random lines always swirling and...

    ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ??? ?? ?????? . ??? ??? ??????? ??? 1855? .???? ???? ??????? ?? ?????? ??????? : "?? ?????? ???? ???? ??? ?????? ?...

    " ? ???????? ???? ?????? ??????? ???? ? ????? ?? ? ???? ???? ????? ??????; ? ??????? ?????? ???????? ?????, ??? ????, ?????? ?? ??????, ?? ????: ????...

    When it comes to the most beautiful literature in the world, I radically believe in the imperial prominence of Nineteenth century French literature. Charles Baudelaire is one of the poets that tremendously alimented this conviction. Originally entitled "Les Lesbiennes" and brazen...

  • Mai Kais
    Apr 16, 2012

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

    translated by Edna St. Vincent Millay & George Dillon It's outrageous that this wonderful translation is out of print. After looking at many versions (including Richard Howard, James McGowan, and Cyril Scott who was my second favourite) this was the only one with truly good po...

    As I read this I simply felt as if I understood Baudelaire completely, and as if he understood me. Then I realized my body craved for a cigarette and was ready to throw a cynical, sarcastic comment. ...

    ???? ??? ?????? ????????? ??? ???? ??' ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ??? Baudelaire; ???????? ?????? ? ????????????, ????????? ??????...

    When my eyes, to this cat I love Drawn as by a magnet's force, Turn tamely back upon that appeal, And when I look within myself, I notice with astonishment The fire of his opal eyes, Clear beacons glowing, living jewels, Taking my measure, steadily. My (initial) amat...

    Receuillement/ Blues Blues, be cool, keep quiet, you mutha, Intruder, second-story man, you enter with dusk, It descends. It's here, an atmosphere Surrounds the town. Builds some up, knocks me down. Meanwhile the rabble ruled by body Pleasures, thankless beasts overburdened Bu...

    Beautifully debauched and morbid, thank you for inspiring the symbolists and decadents. 2016: Having read a few works by authors who were influenced by this, having seen works of art and illustrations either inspired or based on this, having random lines always swirling and...

    ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ??? ?? ?????? . ??? ??? ??????? ??? 1855? .???? ???? ??????? ?? ?????? ??????? : "?? ?????? ???? ???? ??? ?????? ?...

  • Olivier Delaye
    Sep 14, 2016

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

  • Eadweard
    May 18, 2013

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

    translated by Edna St. Vincent Millay & George Dillon It's outrageous that this wonderful translation is out of print. After looking at many versions (including Richard Howard, James McGowan, and Cyril Scott who was my second favourite) this was the only one with truly good po...

    As I read this I simply felt as if I understood Baudelaire completely, and as if he understood me. Then I realized my body craved for a cigarette and was ready to throw a cynical, sarcastic comment. ...

    ???? ??? ?????? ????????? ??? ???? ??' ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ??? Baudelaire; ???????? ?????? ? ????????????, ????????? ??????...

    When my eyes, to this cat I love Drawn as by a magnet's force, Turn tamely back upon that appeal, And when I look within myself, I notice with astonishment The fire of his opal eyes, Clear beacons glowing, living jewels, Taking my measure, steadily. My (initial) amat...

    Receuillement/ Blues Blues, be cool, keep quiet, you mutha, Intruder, second-story man, you enter with dusk, It descends. It's here, an atmosphere Surrounds the town. Builds some up, knocks me down. Meanwhile the rabble ruled by body Pleasures, thankless beasts overburdened Bu...

    Beautifully debauched and morbid, thank you for inspiring the symbolists and decadents. 2016: Having read a few works by authors who were influenced by this, having seen works of art and illustrations either inspired or based on this, having random lines always swirling and...

  • ilknur a.k.a. iko â—¬
    Jun 20, 2017

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

    translated by Edna St. Vincent Millay & George Dillon It's outrageous that this wonderful translation is out of print. After looking at many versions (including Richard Howard, James McGowan, and Cyril Scott who was my second favourite) this was the only one with truly good po...

    As I read this I simply felt as if I understood Baudelaire completely, and as if he understood me. Then I realized my body craved for a cigarette and was ready to throw a cynical, sarcastic comment. ...

    ???? ??? ?????? ????????? ??? ???? ??' ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ??? Baudelaire; ???????? ?????? ? ????????????, ????????? ??????...

    When my eyes, to this cat I love Drawn as by a magnet's force, Turn tamely back upon that appeal, And when I look within myself, I notice with astonishment The fire of his opal eyes, Clear beacons glowing, living jewels, Taking my measure, steadily. My (initial) amat...

    Receuillement/ Blues Blues, be cool, keep quiet, you mutha, Intruder, second-story man, you enter with dusk, It descends. It's here, an atmosphere Surrounds the town. Builds some up, knocks me down. Meanwhile the rabble ruled by body Pleasures, thankless beasts overburdened Bu...

    Beautifully debauched and morbid, thank you for inspiring the symbolists and decadents. 2016: Having read a few works by authors who were influenced by this, having seen works of art and illustrations either inspired or based on this, having random lines always swirling and...

    ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ??? ?? ?????? . ??? ??? ??????? ??? 1855? .???? ???? ??????? ?? ?????? ??????? : "?? ?????? ???? ???? ??? ?????? ?...

    " ? ???????? ???? ?????? ??????? ???? ? ????? ?? ? ???? ???? ????? ??????; ? ??????? ?????? ???????? ?????, ??? ????, ?????? ?? ??????, ?? ????: ????...

    When it comes to the most beautiful literature in the world, I radically believe in the imperial prominence of Nineteenth century French literature. Charles Baudelaire is one of the poets that tremendously alimented this conviction. Originally entitled "Les Lesbiennes" and brazen...

    ???? ??? ??? ?? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ?? ????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ?? ???? ??? ?????? ????? ????. ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? ???? ?...

    Flowers of Evil was an entirely serendipitous impulse check-out from my local library. I can only imagine that what caught my eye was the title - Flowers of Evil - who could resist? So I pulled it from the shelf, opened it up at random, read a few verses, and said to myself "This isn't...

    My darling was naked, or nearly, for knowing my heart she had left on her jewels, the bangles and chains whose jingling music gave her the conquering air of a Moorish slave on days her master is pleased Whenever I hear such insolent harmonies, that scintillating world of metal a...

    ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ????? ??????? ...??? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??? ..??? ?????? ????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ???? ????? ??? ? ?? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ...

    No soy muy amante de la poesía en general. No obstante, debo reconocer que Baudelaire es la excepción que confirma la regla, sus obras siempre me dejan atónita. Estos poemas exploran una serie de temas, centrándose a menudo en las experiencias personales y los sentimientos del auto...

    Baudelaire pek çok ?airi etkilemi? ama kendi zaman?nda k?ymet görmemi? bi insan. Çocuklu?undaki aile içi travmas?yla ba?layan hazin hayat? artarak devam etmi? ve sonunda ahlaks?z, günahkar, sefil, rezil ve ola?anüstü ?iirlerin efendisi olmu? (bunlar benim sat?rl...

  • Vit Babenco
    Jul 11, 2016

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

  • Duane
    Sep 26, 2016

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

  • Radoslav Gramatikov
    Oct 08, 2016

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

    translated by Edna St. Vincent Millay & George Dillon It's outrageous that this wonderful translation is out of print. After looking at many versions (including Richard Howard, James McGowan, and Cyril Scott who was my second favourite) this was the only one with truly good po...

    As I read this I simply felt as if I understood Baudelaire completely, and as if he understood me. Then I realized my body craved for a cigarette and was ready to throw a cynical, sarcastic comment. ...

    ???? ??? ?????? ????????? ??? ???? ??' ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ??? Baudelaire; ???????? ?????? ? ????????????, ????????? ??????...

    When my eyes, to this cat I love Drawn as by a magnet's force, Turn tamely back upon that appeal, And when I look within myself, I notice with astonishment The fire of his opal eyes, Clear beacons glowing, living jewels, Taking my measure, steadily. My (initial) amat...

    Receuillement/ Blues Blues, be cool, keep quiet, you mutha, Intruder, second-story man, you enter with dusk, It descends. It's here, an atmosphere Surrounds the town. Builds some up, knocks me down. Meanwhile the rabble ruled by body Pleasures, thankless beasts overburdened Bu...

    Beautifully debauched and morbid, thank you for inspiring the symbolists and decadents. 2016: Having read a few works by authors who were influenced by this, having seen works of art and illustrations either inspired or based on this, having random lines always swirling and...

    ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ??? ?? ?????? . ??? ??? ??????? ??? 1855? .???? ???? ??????? ?? ?????? ??????? : "?? ?????? ???? ???? ??? ?????? ?...

    " ? ???????? ???? ?????? ??????? ???? ? ????? ?? ? ???? ???? ????? ??????; ? ??????? ?????? ???????? ?????, ??? ????, ?????? ?? ??????, ?? ????: ????...

  • COME_TO_THE_DARK_SIDE
    Mar 09, 2016

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

    translated by Edna St. Vincent Millay & George Dillon It's outrageous that this wonderful translation is out of print. After looking at many versions (including Richard Howard, James McGowan, and Cyril Scott who was my second favourite) this was the only one with truly good po...

    As I read this I simply felt as if I understood Baudelaire completely, and as if he understood me. Then I realized my body craved for a cigarette and was ready to throw a cynical, sarcastic comment. ...

    ???? ??? ?????? ????????? ??? ???? ??' ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ??? Baudelaire; ???????? ?????? ? ????????????, ????????? ??????...

    When my eyes, to this cat I love Drawn as by a magnet's force, Turn tamely back upon that appeal, And when I look within myself, I notice with astonishment The fire of his opal eyes, Clear beacons glowing, living jewels, Taking my measure, steadily. My (initial) amat...

    Receuillement/ Blues Blues, be cool, keep quiet, you mutha, Intruder, second-story man, you enter with dusk, It descends. It's here, an atmosphere Surrounds the town. Builds some up, knocks me down. Meanwhile the rabble ruled by body Pleasures, thankless beasts overburdened Bu...

    Beautifully debauched and morbid, thank you for inspiring the symbolists and decadents. 2016: Having read a few works by authors who were influenced by this, having seen works of art and illustrations either inspired or based on this, having random lines always swirling and...

    ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ??? ?? ?????? . ??? ??? ??????? ??? 1855? .???? ???? ??????? ?? ?????? ??????? : "?? ?????? ???? ???? ??? ?????? ?...

    " ? ???????? ???? ?????? ??????? ???? ? ????? ?? ? ???? ???? ????? ??????; ? ??????? ?????? ???????? ?????, ??? ????, ?????? ?? ??????, ?? ????: ????...

    When it comes to the most beautiful literature in the world, I radically believe in the imperial prominence of Nineteenth century French literature. Charles Baudelaire is one of the poets that tremendously alimented this conviction. Originally entitled "Les Lesbiennes" and brazen...

    ???? ??? ??? ?? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ?? ????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ?? ???? ??? ?????? ????? ????. ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? ???? ?...

    Flowers of Evil was an entirely serendipitous impulse check-out from my local library. I can only imagine that what caught my eye was the title - Flowers of Evil - who could resist? So I pulled it from the shelf, opened it up at random, read a few verses, and said to myself "This isn't...

    My darling was naked, or nearly, for knowing my heart she had left on her jewels, the bangles and chains whose jingling music gave her the conquering air of a Moorish slave on days her master is pleased Whenever I hear such insolent harmonies, that scintillating world of metal a...

    ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ????? ??????? ...??? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ??? ..??? ?????? ????? ????? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ???? ????? ??? ? ?? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ...

    No soy muy amante de la poesía en general. No obstante, debo reconocer que Baudelaire es la excepción que confirma la regla, sus obras siempre me dejan atónita. Estos poemas exploran una serie de temas, centrándose a menudo en las experiencias personales y los sentimientos del auto...

  • Lizzy
    Sep 23, 2016

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

  • Luís C.
    Aug 21, 2014

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

  • Mohamad
    Mar 08, 2016

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

    translated by Edna St. Vincent Millay & George Dillon It's outrageous that this wonderful translation is out of print. After looking at many versions (including Richard Howard, James McGowan, and Cyril Scott who was my second favourite) this was the only one with truly good po...

    As I read this I simply felt as if I understood Baudelaire completely, and as if he understood me. Then I realized my body craved for a cigarette and was ready to throw a cynical, sarcastic comment. ...

    ???? ??? ?????? ????????? ??? ???? ??' ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ??? Baudelaire; ???????? ?????? ? ????????????, ????????? ??????...

    When my eyes, to this cat I love Drawn as by a magnet's force, Turn tamely back upon that appeal, And when I look within myself, I notice with astonishment The fire of his opal eyes, Clear beacons glowing, living jewels, Taking my measure, steadily. My (initial) amat...

    Receuillement/ Blues Blues, be cool, keep quiet, you mutha, Intruder, second-story man, you enter with dusk, It descends. It's here, an atmosphere Surrounds the town. Builds some up, knocks me down. Meanwhile the rabble ruled by body Pleasures, thankless beasts overburdened Bu...

    Beautifully debauched and morbid, thank you for inspiring the symbolists and decadents. 2016: Having read a few works by authors who were influenced by this, having seen works of art and illustrations either inspired or based on this, having random lines always swirling and...

    ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ??? ?? ?????? . ??? ??? ??????? ??? 1855? .???? ???? ??????? ?? ?????? ??????? : "?? ?????? ???? ???? ??? ?????? ?...

    " ? ???????? ???? ?????? ??????? ???? ? ????? ?? ? ???? ???? ????? ??????; ? ??????? ?????? ???????? ?????, ??? ????, ?????? ?? ??????, ?? ????: ????...

    When it comes to the most beautiful literature in the world, I radically believe in the imperial prominence of Nineteenth century French literature. Charles Baudelaire is one of the poets that tremendously alimented this conviction. Originally entitled "Les Lesbiennes" and brazen...

    ???? ??? ??? ?? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ?? ????? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ?? ???? ??? ?????? ????? ????. ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? ???? ?...

  • Chris_P
    Jan 20, 2018

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

    translated by Edna St. Vincent Millay & George Dillon It's outrageous that this wonderful translation is out of print. After looking at many versions (including Richard Howard, James McGowan, and Cyril Scott who was my second favourite) this was the only one with truly good po...

    As I read this I simply felt as if I understood Baudelaire completely, and as if he understood me. Then I realized my body craved for a cigarette and was ready to throw a cynical, sarcastic comment. ...

    ???? ??? ?????? ????????? ??? ???? ??' ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ??? Baudelaire; ???????? ?????? ? ????????????, ????????? ??????...

  • Ivana de Bona
    Apr 03, 2016

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

    translated by Edna St. Vincent Millay & George Dillon It's outrageous that this wonderful translation is out of print. After looking at many versions (including Richard Howard, James McGowan, and Cyril Scott who was my second favourite) this was the only one with truly good po...

    As I read this I simply felt as if I understood Baudelaire completely, and as if he understood me. Then I realized my body craved for a cigarette and was ready to throw a cynical, sarcastic comment. ...

  • Jon(athan) Nakapalau
    Jul 29, 2018

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

  • Heba
    Dec 13, 2017

    After reading Baudelaire, I suddenly find myself wanting to smoke cigarettes and say very cynical things while donning a trendy haircut. Plus, if I didn't read Baudelaire, how could I possibly carry on conversations with pretentious art students? In all seriousness, though, I wish ...

    I read Les Fleurs du Mal many years back, but it is still within me. Just a few words about this beautiful, sometimes nightmarish, masterpiece. What do you expect to feel when reading Charles Baudelaire? Nothing, I expect, falsely innocent, but superior free-flowing dream sequences of ...

    Here's a recent essay on Baudelaire from the trusty, always-interesting online mag The Millions: http://www.themillions.com/2013/04/th... So as to try to follow that, I've got to disclose a bit of an embarrassment. Baudelaire was, for me, the kind of poet only certain kinds of ...

    Superlative. Thrilling. Sensual. Naughty. Macabre. Joyous. Liberating. Essential. Poetry for the reluctant poetry reader, i.e. me. (A little distracted here listening to Belle & Sebastian?s Write About Love which I finally acquired. Hence the choppiness). Great translation. Don?...

    Les Fleurs du mal = The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire ???????: ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ????: ???? ?????? ????? ?????? ?????: ??? ???...

    The Poet is an exile on earth. The only ones to let him wrap around and be a giant. The work of Charles Baudelaire represents the end of one epoch and the beginning of another that lasts even today: the Decadentism. Baudelaire's poems are a journey through inwardness and a call to a sp...

    Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil or, let?s extrapolate here, The Beauty of Evil is a masterpiece of French literature which should have pride of place in any bookcase worth its name, right between Milton?s Paradise Lost and Dante?s Divine Comedy. For indeed the beauty of ...

    Luego de leer ?Las Flores del Mal?, debo admitir que me cuesta mucho ejercer una crítica (la palabra me demasiado suena fuerte) o una reseña sobre este libro mítico, debido a mis pobres conocimientos sobre poesía. Es más, recuerdo que cuando tuve que analizar poesía durante m...

    Truly a unique an haunting voice - a visionary poet who forces you to question all that you find comforting - immersion of the self into the torrent of humanity. ...

    One of my favorite poets of all time. Baudelaire emphasized above all the disassociated character of modern experience: the sense that alienation is an inevitable part of our modern world. In his prose, this complexity is expressed via harshness and shifts of mood. The constant e...

    ?And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.? Genesis Ever since the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge was eaten any lore be...

    This is a step towards possession. Certainly the possession does not last the entire way through, but even in the less interesting or repetitive poems there are some jarring lines, amplified by a soul in Heat. Like any elevated piece of literature, Flowers of Evil consumed me to...

    "As Flores do Mal não contêm poemas históricos nem lendas; nada que repouse sobre uma narrativa. Não vemos nelas tiradas filosóficas. A política não aparece, as descrições são raras e sempre significativas. Mas tudo nelas é encanto, música, sensualidade poderosa e abstrata....

    How to describe this volume of poetry? Avant-garde, modernistic, innovative, original? Yes, all of those, and to use a modern slang word, edgy. So edgy in fact, for mid 19th century France, that Napoleon III's government prosecuted him for "an insult to public decency". Six of the poem...

    translated by Edna St. Vincent Millay & George Dillon It's outrageous that this wonderful translation is out of print. After looking at many versions (including Richard Howard, James McGowan, and Cyril Scott who was my second favourite) this was the only one with truly good po...

    As I read this I simply felt as if I understood Baudelaire completely, and as if he understood me. Then I realized my body craved for a cigarette and was ready to throw a cynical, sarcastic comment. ...

    ???? ??? ?????? ????????? ??? ???? ??' ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ??? Baudelaire; ???????? ?????? ? ????????????, ????????? ??????...

    When my eyes, to this cat I love Drawn as by a magnet's force, Turn tamely back upon that appeal, And when I look within myself, I notice with astonishment The fire of his opal eyes, Clear beacons glowing, living jewels, Taking my measure, steadily. My (initial) amat...

    Receuillement/ Blues Blues, be cool, keep quiet, you mutha, Intruder, second-story man, you enter with dusk, It descends. It's here, an atmosphere Surrounds the town. Builds some up, knocks me down. Meanwhile the rabble ruled by body Pleasures, thankless beasts overburdened Bu...

    Beautifully debauched and morbid, thank you for inspiring the symbolists and decadents. 2016: Having read a few works by authors who were influenced by this, having seen works of art and illustrations either inspired or based on this, having random lines always swirling and...

    ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ??? ?? ?????? . ??? ??? ??????? ??? 1855? .???? ???? ??????? ?? ?????? ??????? : "?? ?????? ???? ???? ??? ?????? ?...

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