Charles Baudelaire


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Noun1.Charles Baudelaire - a French poet noted for macabre imagery and evocative language (1821-1867)Charles Baudelaire - a French poet noted for macabre imagery and evocative language (1821-1867)
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Il faut etre toujours ivre," wrote Charles Baudelaire -we should be drunk, always
Prose poetry reminds me of Charles Baudelaire, the great 19th century French poet and essayist who was an outstanding practitioner of this form.
The works within this collection were inspired by the poetic works of French poet Charles Baudelaire.
Alli leemos lo que escribieron Ezra Pound, Charles Baudelaire, Charles Bukowsky, Cesare Pavese, Rainer Maria Rilke, Gabriela Mistral, Blanca Luz Pulido y Lichtenberg, entre otros.
Como en el proyecto moderno de Charles Baudelaire, (1) Luis Carlos elige su domicilio creativo en el centro de la ciudad; lo reside como experiencia para confeccionar su propio concepto de la ciudad que vive y, con camara en mano, rastrea cada detalle para hablarnos de una ciudad saturada en la disposicion de sus mercancias, de sus avisos luminosos, de los grafitis y de la publicidad por todas partes.
Reflexoes, de Eduardo Coutinho, preparada por Mauricio Silva e uma traducao de autoria de Eduardo Horta Nassif de "A Escola Paga", de Charles Baudelaire.
Inspired by the 19th Century French poet, Charles Baudelaire and the German philosophy of the doppelganger, 'Memoir Woman' manifests with a spicy fusion of absinth, enhanced by deconstructing the redolent tuberose to its core and reassembling the note in a white floral accord with Lisylang and Orange Blossom.
Iranian artists including Sara Abbasian, Ali Esmaeillou, Sahand Hesamiyan, and Azadeh Razaghdoost will present their works of art in different fields such as human beings, grotesque depictions, Islamic architecture as well as painting influenced by the poets of the 19th century such as William Blake or Charles Baudelaire.
Claude Pichois y Jean Ziegler, Charles Baudelaire, Fayard, p.
From Thomas Carlyle to Stanley Cavell, and including Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Dickens, Herman Melville, Charles Baudelaire, Walt Whitman, Henry James, Friedrich Nietzsche, Marcel Proust, Virginia Woolf, T.
Both Zola, Flaubert and their contemporary Charles Baudelaire underwent public condemnation - Baudelaire ending up in prison on an obscenity charge ,for his great poem cycle Les Fleurs du Mal, now hailed as a masterpiece.