Baudelaire : Les Fleurs Du Mal (Landmarks of World Literature)

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Baudelaire : Les Fleurs Du Mal (Landmarks of World Literature)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 116 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780521369374
  • DDC分類 841.8

基本説明

Provides a newly comprehensive guide to the understanding and appreciation of Les Fleurs du Mal, offering insights into its composition, themes and style setting it in its historical context, and devoting a whole chapter to Baudelaire's crowning poetic achievement, Le Cygne.

Full Description


Les Fleurs du mal, once the most infamous book of poems in French literature, became in the twentieth century the most famous, and the most admired: its challenge to convention when it was first published in 1857 led to its judicial condemnation, but it owes its 'landmark' status to the sheer aesthetic quality of its verses. In this volume, Professor Leakey provides a newly comprehensive guide to the understanding and appreciation of Les Fleurs du mal, offering fresh insights into its composition, themes and style (sound as well as sense), and setting it in its historical context. A whole chapter is devoted to Baudelaire's crowning poetic achievement, Le Cygne, and the book includes a detailed index to individual poems as well as a guide to further reading.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            vii
Chronology ix
Composition
The poet in a bourgeois era 1 (1)
A young man's book 2 (1)
Les Lesbiennes (1845--7) 3 (1)
Les Limbes (1848--52) 3 (1)
Les Fleurs du Mal (1857) 4 (7)
Les Fleurs du Mal (1861) 11 (3)
Les Fleurs du Mal (1868) 14 (1)
Themes
Baudelaire and the French lyric tradition 15 (1)
The love poet 16 (6)
The self-analyst 22 (4)
The practising poet 26 (2)
The compassionate spokesman: victims and 28 (3)
rebels
The poet as moralist 31 (5)
The poet of Nature (and anti-Nature) 36 (3)
The poet of Paris 39 (3)
The transposition d'art and the art of 42 (5)
transposition
A punning title 47 (4)
Sound and sense
The sound of French poetry 51 (3)
The sound of Baudelaire's poetry 54 (16)
Imagery 70 (6)
Structure 76 (5)
Swan-song: Le Cygne 81 (14)
Conclusion 95 (14)
Guide to further reading 109(5)
Index of poems by Baudelaire 114