The Flowers Of Evil
Several artists like Théodore de Banville, would say that Charles Baudelaire's The Flowers of Evil is "immense, prodigious, unexpected, mingled with admiration and with some indefinable anxious fear". Gustave Flaubert, also got amazed in the same style with Madame Bovary and praised, "You have found a way to rejuvenate Romanticism.... You are as unyielding as marble, and as penetrating as an Engli...
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“I am a fan of Baudelaire’s dark poetry, and can read most of it in French. Though these are probably the best English translations, they are not true to the originals. How can you rhyme in English something that rhymes in French? I would rather have ...”
h mist."The poem emphasizes sex and death, which were defined as outrageous. He also pointed out on lesbianism, heavenly and irreverent love, conversion, dejection, the shortcomings of his place, guilt, torture, and liquor. The poet was noteworthy in for his poems for sense of sight and for the sense of inhaling and smelling of scents, which helped to reminisce past experiences.The Flowers of Evil was critiqued as noxious and objectionable during his life as an artist while several critiques connote some of the poems as "masterpieces of passion, art and poetry". J. Habas in Le Figaro, steered into the controversy, "Everything in it which is not hideous is incomprehensible, everything one understands is putrid." Baudelaire defended himself through a letter to his mother and countered that every man has every right to express his deepest thoughts and feelings in any form of art.Charles Pierre Baudelaire was a poet originally from France who was also ultimately regarded as an essayist, art critic, and pioneering translator of Edgar Allan Poe.