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Baudelaire: The Complete Verse: v. 1 (edition 1986)

by Charles Baudelaire (Author)

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Including all poems published in the previous three editions, this comprehensive new translation of  Baudelaire's poetry is both vivid and authoritative. This dual-language volume presents both the original French poems as well as their translations.
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Title:Baudelaire: The Complete Verse: v. 1
Authors:Charles Baudelaire (Author)
Info:Anvil Press Poetry (1989), Edition: Revised and Thumb Indexed ed., 400 pages
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Charles Baudelaire, el patriarca de los poetas malditos, nació en París, en 1821. A los 6 años de edad pierde a su padre, y su madre, que ejerció sobre él decisiva influencia, casó en segundas nupcias, con el general Jacques Aupick; este hecho desequilibró la sensibilidad de Baudelaire y violentó su destino, para bien de la poesía.
Las Flores Del Mal, su obra maestra, la escribió entre los 22 y 23 años de edad; sin embargo, permaneció oculta hasta que decidió publicarla a los 36 años. La aparición de esta carta magna de la poesía maldita conmocionó a la sociedad de su tiempo; sufrió proceso y fue obligado a amputar su obra. Casi cien años más tarde, terminada la II Guerra Mundial, Baudelaire fue rehabilitado y su obra publicada de nuevo íntegramente. ( )
  Arman.Tleyotl | Sep 15, 2021 |
Edición bilingue: español, francés
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