The publication of "Les Fleurs du Mal" (1857) by Charles Baudelaire marks in France the end of the great season of Romanticism and inaugurate a new cultural and stylistic sensibility. It is precisely this poetic novelty, revealed even by the structure of Baudelaire's masterpiece, that Simonetta Valenti tries to illustrate and to explain in the present essay.

Baudelaire, o la nostalgia dell'Assoluto / Valenti, Simonetta Anna. - (2004), pp. 159-204.

Baudelaire, o la nostalgia dell'Assoluto

VALENTI, Simonetta Anna
2004-01-01

Abstract

The publication of "Les Fleurs du Mal" (1857) by Charles Baudelaire marks in France the end of the great season of Romanticism and inaugurate a new cultural and stylistic sensibility. It is precisely this poetic novelty, revealed even by the structure of Baudelaire's masterpiece, that Simonetta Valenti tries to illustrate and to explain in the present essay.
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Baudelaire, o la nostalgia dell'Assoluto / Valenti, Simonetta Anna. - (2004), pp. 159-204.
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