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    As a poetry neophyte, I greatly enjoyed Baudelaire s poetry in this collection.I m sure that poetry is among the hardest of all things to translate If you keep the rhyme structure you can easily lose the nuance, but if you keep the nuance and translate literally, it ceases to feel like poetry and feels like prose.The translator seems to strike a good balance, because Baudelaire s poetry comes through as aesthetically pleasing and at times highly philosophical My understanding is that Baudelaire was among the first poets to attempt to elevate the dark and malevolent to the level of sublimity that poets before him would usually ascribe to things like nature He found the beauty in the terrible hence, Flowers of Evil Huemer explains this in his introduction, but for someone like me without a great deal of background knowledge of the ...

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    I wanted to read a bit of Baudelaire s work because of the references in Huysmans rebours comparing him to Poe.I was disappointed I m sure much was literally lost in translation but I found very few similarities in their works While Baudelaire explores some morose themes, like his love of a skeleton in his poem The Dance of Death, his writing lacks the same soporific or hypnotic effect of Poe The translation I read offered terribly broken pentameter and poor typesetting which didn t help matters If I was able to read in the native French, I m sure the nuances of the language would allow me to make a fair comparison.I did enjoy some of his prose poetry The Shooting Range and th...

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    I love Baudelaire like a crazy cat lady who s got a bunch of cats named after him and who look just like him I call after them Charles, where have you peed again Not on the nice rug, again I want to calm down and have a quiet nice time with them but here comes this scribble of tedious works along and I ...

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