The Flowers of Evil

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SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY

PROSE WRITINGS OF BAUDELAIRE
Most of Baudelaire's prose has been translated into English. The followling list of editions is not exhaustive:
The Prose Poems and La Fanfarlo, trans. Rosemary Lloyd ( Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991), a companion volume to this in the World's Classics series.
Intimate Journals, trans. Christopher Isherwood ( London: Methuen, 1949); My Heart Laid Bare and Other Prose Writings, trans. Norman Cameron ( London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1950).
The Painter of Modern Life and Other Essays, trans. Jonathan Mayne ( London: Phaidon Press, 1955).
Art in Paris, 1845-1862: Salons and Other Exhibitions Reviewed by Charles Baudelaire, trans. Jonathan Mayne ( London: Phaidon Press, 1965).
Selected Writings on Art and Artists, trans. P. E. Carret (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1972).
Artificial Paradises; on Hashish and Wine as Means of Expanding Individuality, trans. Ellen Fox ( New York: Herder & Herder, 1971); 'Artificial Paradises' in Hashish, Wine, Opium, ed. and trans. M. Strong ( London: Calder & Boyars, 1972).
Baudelaire as Literary Critic: Selected Essays, trans. Lois Boe Hyslop (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1964).
'The Essence of Laughter' and Other Essays, ed. Peter Quennell ( New York: Meridian Books, 1956).

BIOGRAPHY
There are several biographies; much the best is Claude Pichois and Jean Ziegler, Baudelaire, trans. Graham Robb ( London: Hamish Hamilton, 1989).
CRITICAL WRITINGS
There is an abundant critical literature in English on Baudelaire and The Flowers of Evil. The following are recommended.
Arac, Jonathan, 'Charles Baudelaire and Emily Dickinson', CriticalGenealogies

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction xiii
  • Note on the Text xxxviii
  • Select Bibliography xlix
  • A Chronology of Charles Baudelaire li
  • Translator''s Preface liv
  • Spleen et Idéal 8
  • Tableaux Parisiens 164
  • Le Vin 212
  • Fleurs Du Mal 226
  • Révolte 262
  • La Mort 274
  • Les Épaves 294
  • Additions de la Troisième édition Des Fleurs Du Mal (1868) 328
  • Explanatory Notes 350
  • Index of Titles 386
  • Index of First Lines 391
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