Category Archives: Charles Baudelaire
The collection “The Flowers of Evil” is the poetic peak of all Charles Baudelaire’s work. He conceived it as a poetic copy of Dante’s Divine Comedy. The first edition of the collection was published in 1857, but it was constantly … Continue reading
An analysis of the literary works of Charles Baudelaire suggests the bipolar nature of his work – the constant struggle between Good and Evil, which is reflected in the poem “The Albatross”.
Baudelaire is one of the most popular French poets, poems, which are translated into Russian often with the loss of some meaning and image. “Evening Harmony” is a work of the French poet, which did not leave his fans indifferent. … Continue reading
The poem “A Carcass” by Charles Baudelaire is included in one of his most rebellious collections, Flowers of Evil. If we consider the “Flowers of Evil”, based on the biography of the poet himself, it is important to note that … Continue reading
The whole life of Charles Baudelaire consisted of continuous inconsistencies. His father was thirty-odd years older than his mother. Charles himself, who had been searching for and demanding love from the people around him all his life, could not give … Continue reading
The poem “Hymn to Beauty” by Charles Baudelaire is best known in the translation of Ellis (the pseudonym of Lev Kobylinsky, a symbolist poet of the early twentieth century). It is the analysis of this translation that will be carried … Continue reading