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Baudelaire
Collected Essays, 1953–1988

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Eva Jacobs, Claude Pichois
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  • Date Published: April 2006
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  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521025560

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  • This book of linked essays contains the first critical study of Baudelaire's development as a poet, from his youth onwards. It also includes studies of the development of Baudelaire's aesthetic, detailed commentaries on a number of his finest poems, and accounts of three intriguing and crucial 'encounters' with notable contemporaries. Of the essays, three are previously unpublished and four appeared as recently as 1988; the others have been thoroughly updated, revised and in some cases substantially expanded to take full account of recent scholarship. Summaries in English are provided for the seven essays in French, and vice versa. Together, the essays in this volume constitute a new and important contribution to the understanding and appreciation of Baudelaire's work.

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    • Date Published: April 2006
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521025560
    • length: 364 pages
    • dimensions: 216 x 139 x 22 mm
    • weight: 0.478kg
    • contains: 15 b/w illus.
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Forewords Eva Jacobs, Claude Pichois
    Author's preface and acknowledgments
    Part I. The Composition of Les Fleurs du Mal:
    1. Pour une chronologie des Fleurs du Mal (1967
    1988)
    2. Baudelaire-Cramer: les sens de Orfraies (1985)
    3. Les Lesbiennes: A verse novel? (1988)
    4. Les Limbes: 'The Agitations and Melancholies of Modern Youth' (1988)
    5. Les Fleurs du Mal (1857–1865): The resuscitation of the 'pièces sacrifiées' (1988)
    6. Poet - or 'architect'? (1966
    1988)
    Part II. Les Fleurs de Mal: Themes and Interpretations
    7. The amorous tribute (1968)
    8. The originality of Le Cygne (1973)
    Part III. Les Fleurs du Mal: The Creative Process:
    9. The Mortimer poems
    10. The Delacroix/Tasso Sonnet of 1844 (1988)
    11. Harmonie du soir (1967)
    12. Les sept versions des Sept Vieillards (in collaboration with Claude Pichois) (1973)
    Part IV. Baudelaire-Dufays:
    13. Les Esthétiques de Baudelaire: le 'système' des années 1844–1847 (1967)
    14. A philosophy of opportunism (1845–1846) (1965)
    Part V. Encounters:
    15. Asselineau, Corot et Les Limbes (1973)
    16. Fontainebleau and Denecourt (1968
    1988)
    17. 'Un architecte songeur': H. E. Kendall (1956)
    Notes
    Illustrations
    F. W. Leakey: publications
    Indexes.

  • Author

    F. W. Leakey

    Editor

    Eva Jacobs

    Foreword

    Claude Pichois

    Contributors

    Eva Jacobs, Claude Pichois

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