Les Fleurs du Mal Et Oeuvres Choisies (Flowers of Evil & Other Works)

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Controversial book of verse, first published in 1857, presented in a handsome dual-language edition, together with superb selection of great French poet's other works: prose poems from "Spleen of Paris," critical essays on art, music, and literature, as well as personal letters. Line-by-line English translation, with original French text on facing page.
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Overview


Controversial book of verse, first published in 1857, presented in a handsome dual-language edition, together with superb selection of great French poet's other works: prose poems from "Spleen of Paris," critical essays on art, music, and literature, as well as personal letters. Line-by-line English translation, with original French text on facing page.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780486270920
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publication date: 5/1/1992
  • Series: Dover Dual Language French Series
  • Edition description: A Dual-Language Book
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 333,321
  • Product dimensions: 5.51 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.61 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Les Fleurs du Mal / Flowers of EviI
  Au lecteur / To the Reader
  Bénédiction / The Blessing
  L'Albatros / The Albatross
  Elévation / Elevation
  Correspondances / Correspondences
  Les Phares / Beacons
  L'Ennemi / The Enemy
  Le Guignon / III Luck
  La Vie Antérieure / Former Life
  L'Homme et la Mer / Man and the Sea
  Don Juan aux Enfers / Don Juan in Hell
  La Beauté / Beauty
  La Géante / The Giantess
  Le Masque / The Mask
  Hymne à la Beauté / Hymn to Beauty
  La Chevelure / Her Hair
  "Je t'adore à l'égal" / "I Worship You" "
  Une Charogne / A Carrion
  De profundis clamavi / De Profundis Clamavi
  Duellum / Duellum
  Le Balcon / The Balcony
  "Je te donne ces vers"/"Give You These Verses" "
  Semper Eadem / Semper Eadem
  "Que diras-tu?" / 'What Will You Say?" "
  L'Aube spirituelle / Dawn of the Spirit
  Harmonie du Soir / Evening Harmony
  L'Invitation au Voyage / An Invitation to Voyage
  L'Irréparable / Irreparable
  Chant d'Automne / Song of Autumn
  Moesta et Errabunda / Moesta et Errabunda
  Les Chats / Cats
  La Cloche fêlée / The Broken Bell
  Spleen / Spleen
  L 'Héautontimorouménos / Heautontimoroumenos
  L'Irrémédiable / The Irremediable
  Le Cygne / The Swan
  "La servante au grand coeur" / The Warm-Hearted Servant" "
  Rêve parisien / Parisian Dream
  Le Crépuscule du Matin / Morning Twilight
  La Destruction / Destruction
  Une Martyre / A Martyr
  Un Voyage à Cythère / A Voyage to Cytnera
  La Mort des Amants / Death of the Lovers
  La Mort des Artistes / Death of the Artists
  Le Voyage / The Voyage
  Lesbos / Lesbos
  Le Jet d'Eau / The Fountain
  A une Malabaraise / To a Malabar Girl
  Epigraphe pour un livre condamné / Epigraph for a Condemned Book
  Recueillement / Meditation
  Le Gouffre / The Abyss
  Les Plaintes d'un Icare / Complaints of an Icarus
Le Spleen de Paris / Spleen of Paris
  L'Étranger / The Stranger
  Le Confiteor de l'Artiste / The Artist's Confiteor
  Le Chambre double / The Double Room
  Chacun sa Chimère / Each of Us Has His Chimera
  Le Mauvais Vitrier / The Wicked Maker of Window Glass
  Les Foules / Crowds
  Le Vieux Saltimbanque / The Old Clown
  Le Joujou du Pauvre / The Poor Boy's Toy
  La Corde / The Rope
  Le Thyrse / The Thyrsus
  Enivrez-vous / Intoxication
  Le Miroir / The Mirror
  Le Port / The Harbor
  Any Where Out of the World / Any Where Out of the World
Curiosités Esthétiques / Critical Writings
  A quoi bon la critique? / What Is the Use of Criticism?
  Qu'est-ce que le romantisme? / What Is Romanticism?
  Du chic et du poncif / On the Chic and the Poncif
  De l'Héroïsme de la Vie moderne / On the Heroism of Modern Life
  L'Art mnémonique / Mnemonic Art
  Le Dandy / The Dandy
  Eloge du Maquillage / ln Praise of Make-Up
Critique d' Art / Art Criticism
  L'Oeuvre et la Vie d'Eugène Delacroix / The Work and the Life of Eugène Delacroix
Critique Musicale / Music Criticism
Richard Wagner et Tannhäuser à Paris / Richard Wagner and Tannhäuser in Paris
Critique Littéraire / Literary Criticism
  Pétrus Borel (L'Art Romantique) / Pétrus Borel (Romantic Art)
  "Edgar Poe: sa vie, ses oeuvres / Edgar Poe: His Life and Works "
Mon coeur mis à nu / My Heart Laid Bare
Lettres / Letters
  à Madame Marie Daubrun / To Madame Marie Daubrun
  à Madame Aupick / To Madame Aupick
  à Madame Sabatier / Ta Madame Sabatier
Notes
Glossary
Bibliography
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