Alchemy and Amalgam: Translation in the Works of Charles Baudelaire

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APPENDIX B
ANNOTATED EXTRACT FROM UN MANGEUR
D'OPIUM
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Note: Paragraphs have been introduced in order to indicate more clearly the range of manipulations operated by Baudelaire. Numbers in brackets are used to show the correspondences between the two texts. Bold type indicates Baudelaire's additions to the source text. Square brackets in the target text indicate Baudelaire's omissions.

Summary (1)

Dans les rues de Londres, plus encore que dans le pays de Galles, l'étudiant émancipé était donc une espèce de péripatéticien, un philosophe de la rue, méditant sans cesse à travers le tourbillon de la grande cité.

Commentary (2)

L'épisode en question peut paraître un peu étrange dans des pages anglaises, car on sait que la littérature britannique pousse la chasteté jusqu'à la pruderie; mais, ce qui est certain, c'est que le même sujet, effleuré seulement par une plume française, aurait tourné au shocking, tandis qu'ici il n'y a que grâce et décence.

Summary (3)

Pour tout dire en deux mots, notre vagabond s'était lié d'une amitié platonique avec une péripatéticienne de l'amour.

Development (4)

Ann n'est pas une de ces beautés hardies, éblouissantes, dont les yeux de démon luisent à travers le brouillard, et qui se font une auréole de

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