DescriptionBook - 1995
In his controversial 1857 work, Les Fleurs du mal, the 19th-century decadent poet addresses the conflict of good and evil by rejecting conventional distinctions to pursue beauty in perversity. This volume features selections from Baudelaire's masterpiece, perhaps the most influential French poetry ever written, in an inexpensive edition that invites readers to explore the remarkable sensuality, depths of thought, and feeling in one of the most original and influential books of the age.
Publisher: Cincinnati, Ohio : Writer's Digest Books, c1995
Branch Call Number: 808.3 ELE
Characteristics: 171 p. ;,24 cm