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Synonyms for Baudelaire

a French poet noted for macabre imagery and evocative language (1821-1867)

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Shaikha Mariam bint Hassan Al-Khalifa congratulated Baudelaire Ndong Ella on his appointment as (HRC) President, affirming Bahrain's keenness on implementing the (HRC) recommendations to enhance Bahraini women's status in all fields.
Baudelaire describes "The Ugly One" as the fictive sequel of "The Anabasis.
Taking inspiration from Arendt's political reading of Kant's Critique of Judgment, I show how Baudelaire and Devi's modernist treatment of language enacts self-reflexivity as it rethinks the relationship between self and other as a socio-political one.
Tout est lA: c'est l'unique question," (3) in all its Shakespearean gravity, practically daring us to read on in order to find out why: "[p]our ne pas sentir l'horrible Fardeau du Temps qui brise vos epaules et vous penche vers la terre, il faut vous enivrer sans treve" (115), Baudelaire explains.
It was Baudelaire who defined this man, whom he called the modern hero of our time, recommending that painters show 'how great and poetic we are in our cravats and shiny boots'.
Sometimes devotion to a particular muse could become obsessional - something which was very much the case with the French 19th century poet Charles Baudelaire and his lover Jeanne Duval, a Creole beauty from Martinique with the morals of an alley cat.
Written in 1900, and now translated by Gregory Rabassa, the reader will here discover a playful heteronym of the great realist, smitten by (or mocking) the stylistic bravado of the French Symbolists, their precursors, and their followers: Hugo, Leconte de Lisle, Baudelaire, Coppee, Mallarme, et al.
In what artistic field was Frenchman Charles Baudelaire renowned?
FOLLOWING the unexpected deaths of their mother and father, Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire are shipped off to stay with a distant relative.
His spirited commentaries on Baudelaire and Blake in the 1860s led Swinburne to clarify his views later, most notably in his 1872 essay on Hugo, "L'annee terrible," where he makes another important distinction:
The Parisian setting and the surreal image of what Baudelaire calls 'ces mysterieuses horreurs', skeletons doomed to dig barren soil for all eternity, may seem surprising and, at a superficial reading, included only because of its ghoulish subject matter in a book preoccupied with death, bones, and excavated human remains.
It represents a series of rewritings: Faulkner rewrites Baudelaire, the French rewrite Faulkner, Latin Americans rewrite Faulkner rewriting Baudelaire, etc.
Cher Baudelaire, tonight as I boarded my train of thought and
The Unfortunate Events books, which featured the adventures of orphans Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire, are to be published in paperback next year.