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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La traditionnelle rencontre melodieuse de cette annee a ete ponctuee par le grand poete Charles Baudelaire et ses fleurs du Mal qui furent a l'honneur en marge de l'autre rendez-vous combine de tennis entre le 14 et le 22 novembre courant.
Huysmans, Gustave Flaubert, Maurice Barres, Octave Mirbeau, Paul Verlaine and Charles Baudelaire.
Torcy (77 200): Residence Le Versant du Lac - 108 logts -2 to 8 rue Pablo Neruda, 2-4 rue Charles Baudelaire, Arthur Rimbaud Driveway 1-3, 1-11 Allee Francois Villon.
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.
For instance, the symbolist influence of Charles Baudelaire (through Charles Bonnier) on Scott was likely equal to or greater than that of George.
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.
Yet, like many French artists and writers of the mid-19th century in France (the poets Charles Baudelaire and Gerard de Nerval, who hanged himself from a lamp post among many others) Carpeaux too, had a taste for the macabre, thus on page 293, you are confronted by the head of a guillotined man, which comes as a shock.
When the dyspeptic poet Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867), who loathed Belgium even more than most things, was asked to imagine an epitaph for that nation, he suggested: ''At last
The work thus shares something of the obscuring tactics of the papers in Pense-Bete; the cancellations of Un Coup de des; the erasures of Charles Baudelaire.
Among his major works as a literary critic are essays on Goethe's novel Elective Affinities; the work of Franz Kafka and Karl Kraus; translation theory; the stories of Nikolai Leskov; the work of Marcel Proust and perhaps most significantly, the poetry of Charles Baudelaire.
Though it may seem a bit of a stretch to mention in the same breath a novelist known for her exploration of women's agency and the inimitable poet Charles Baudelaire, the fact of the matter is that Colette is also celebrated for her evocative poetic descriptions, especially when it comes to landscapes, plants, and animals (particularly cats, a source of inspiration for Baudelaire as well).
This is defined by Charles Baudelaire (1821-67) in his essay 'Le peintre de la vie moderne' (1859-60) as 'the transient, the fleeting, the contingent'-themes that would come into sharper focus in the century that followed.