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Baudelaire’s unknown extra verse to erotic poem revealed

Baudelaire’s unknown extra verse to erotic poem revealed

Baudelaire’s unknown extra verse to erotic poem revealed

Happy anniversary to Baudelaire’s ‘Les Fleurs du mal.’ From the archives, a celebration of his rather contemporary ethos:

This week, we’re listening to that old jazz standard “April in Paris” and reading Françoise Sagan’s Art of Fiction interview, as well as Zygmunt Haupt’s short story “In Paris and in Arcadia” and Charles Baudelaire’s poem “Parisian Dream.”

This week, we’re listening to that old jazz standard “April in Paris” and reading Françoise Sagan’s Art of Fiction interview, as well as Zygmunt Haupt’s short story “In Paris and in Arcadia” and Charles Baudelaire’s poem “Parisian Dream.”

The Baudelaires get into the hotel business in a convoluted Series of Unfortunate Events

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The Baudelaires meet Lemony Snicket in the new A Series of Events Season 3 trailer

The Baudelaires solve one last mystery in the new trailer for the third and final season of 's 'A Series of Events':

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Charles Baudelaire’s copy of the 1st Ed. of 'Les Fleurs du Mal' turned to the poem Spleen - / via @Libroantiguo 

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French poet Baudelaire’s suicide letter sells at auction for $267,000

#DidYouKnow? As a young boy, Paul Verlaine had read Charles Baudelaire‘s Les fleurs du mal, inspiring him to write.

"As a young person, you often feel patronized or not listened to, and that's the same things the Baudelaires are struggling with. It's almost parabolic in encouraging young people to take action and fight for what they believe in."

The Baudelaires and Count Olaf are back in #ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents  Season 2 — now with bonus Nathan Fillion. Here's the Empire review

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Charles Baudelaire’s copy of the 1st ed. of Les Fleurs du Mal turned to the poem Spleen Via

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A Series of Unfortunate Events Author Daniel Handler on Bringing the Baudelaires’ Miserable World to Netflix #ASOUE 

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The Baudelaires' lives look TERRIBLE in the latest 'A Series of Events' trailer: ? #ASOUE 

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#DidYouKnow? As a young boy, Paul Verlaine had read Charles Baudelaire‘s Les fleurs du mal, inspiring him to write.

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