Les Fleurs du Mal: The Flowers of Evil: the complete dual language edition, fully revised and updated
DescriptionA lifelong admirer of fine poetry, especially that of the great nineteenth century French poets, John E. Tidball has rendered into rhyming and metrical English verse Charles Baudelaire's seminal collection of poems 'Les Fleurs du Mal'. The translations mirror the original French texts, which appear on each facing page. This book contains all the poems that were included in the complete posthumous edition of 1868, as well as the six pieces that were condemned by the court after publication of the first edition in 1857, and which were only reinstated in France in 1949.
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
May 16, 2016
5.98 X 0.95 X 9.02 inches | 1.38 pounds
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About the Author
Charles Baudelaire (1821-67) was one of the most influential nineteenth-century French poets. His works include Les Paradis artificiels, Les Fleurs du mal, Les Épaves, and posthumous collections Le Spleen de Paris and Petits poèmes en prose, among others.