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    Les fleurs du mal Le spleen de Paris The Flowers of Evil Paris Spleen Selected Poems, Charles BaudelaireCharles Pierre Baudelaire April 9, 1821 August 31, 1867 was a French poet who also produced notable work as an essayist, art critic, and pioneering translator of Edgar Allan Poe His most famous work, Les Fleurs du mal The Flowers of Evil , expresses the changing nature of beauty in modern, industrializing Paris during the 19th century Baudelaire s highly original style of prose poet Les fleurs du mal Le spleen de Paris The Flowers of Evil Paris Spleen Selected Poems, Charles BaudelaireCharles Pierre Baudelaire April 9, 1821 August 31, 1867 was a French poet who also produced notable work as an essayist, art critic, and pioneering tran...


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    A friend said they have to read poetry slowly, take their time with each individual poem, let it sink in, understand it I don t pretend to understand poetry and that doesn t stop me from reading it, and, when I read it, I devour it Buckets of it All at once The faster the better More than prose, poetry for me is experiential Narrative or imagistic, I don t care It washes over me and my brain is doing littlethan processing the letters Good Distract the mind and let the body embrace A friend said they have to read poetry slowly, take their time with each individual poem, let it sink in, understand it I don t pretend to understand poetry and that doesn t stop me from reading it, and, when I read it, I devour it Buckets of it All at once The faster the better More than prose, poetry for me is experiential Narrative or imagistic, I don t care It washes over me and my brain is doing littlethan processing the letters Good Distract the mind and let the body embrace the poems at large It s like li...


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    Un livre de plus lu en fran ais Je progresse


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    A collection of French poems1 March 2013 The problem with reading poetry is that generally it is not something you simply read over once and then put it back on your shelf Some of the older poetic forms, such as Dante, Homer, and Milton, you would do that, namely because the poetic form was used as a means of telling a story Modern poetry however cannot be read in the same way Instead, as my English teachers would tell me, you read it once, think it over, read it again, and think over it agai A collection of French poems1 March 2013 The problem with reading poetry is that generally it is not something you simply read over once and then put it back on your shelf Some of the older poetic forms, such as Dante, Homer, and Milton, you would do that, namely because the poetic form was used as a means of telling a story Modern poetry however cannot be read in the same way Instead, as my English teachers would tell me, you read it once, think it over, read it again, and think over it again To say that this is only done with modern poetry though is a misnomer because similar short form po...


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    this this is blood and roses, sex, death, drugs and despair this is black eyeliner, red lipstick, blue velvet and purple prose this is absinthe, opium, clove cigarettes and the sweat of fever dreams this is a cemetery at midnight, candle wax drippi...


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    Ovaj izbor poezije predstavlja ono to Bodler zaista jeste Pjesme koje se meni najvi e dopadaju su one o ma kama Pjesnik u njima pronalazi sebe Ma ke su tako misti nem umiljate, pametne Bodler na tako poseban na in govori o umj...


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The Flowers of Evil & Paris Spleen I Am Movedby The Mastery Of Both Languages, Plus The Total Absorption Of The Spirit Of Baudelaire I Recognize Baudelaire S Voice In These Translations Anna Balakian Includes An Incisive Introduction To Baudelaire S Life, Work And Influence On Modern Poetry.