The Flowers of Evil

By Charles Baudelaire; James McGowan | Go to book overview

INDEX OF TITLES

Abel et Caïn, 266

Abel and Cain, 267

A celle qui est trop gaie, 86

To One Who Is Too Cheerful, 87

Alchimie de la douleur, 152

Alchemy of Suffering, 153

Allégorie, 250

Allegory, 251

A M. Eugène Fromentin, 322

To M. Eugene Fromentin, 323

A Theodore de Banville, 330

To Théodore de Banville, 331

Au lecteur, 4

To the Reader, 5

A une dame creole, 128

For a Creole Lady, 129

A une Madone, 118

To a Madonna, 119

A une Malabaraise, 318

To a Girl of Malabar, 319

A une mendiante rousse, 168

To a Red-Haired Beggar Girl, 169

A une passante, 188

To a Woman Passing By, 189

'Avec ses vêtements . . .', 54

'The way her silky garments . . .', 55

Bénédiction, 10

Benediction, 11

Bien loin d'ici, 342

Very Far From France, 343

Bohémiens en voyage, 32

Gypsies Travelling, 33

Brumes et pluies, 204

Mists and Rains, 205

Causerie, 114

Conversation, 115

Chanson d'après-midi, 120

Song of the Afternoon, 121

Chant d'automne, 116

Autumn Song, 117

Châtiment de l'orgueil, 36

Punishment for Pride, 37

Ciel brouillé100

Misty Sky, 101

Confession, 92

Confession, 93

Correspondances, 18

Correspondences, 19

Danse macabre, 196

Danse macabre, 197

De profundis clamavi, 62

De profundis clamavi, 63

Don Juan aux enfers, 34

Don Juan in Hell, 35

Duellum, 70

Duellum, 71

Élévation, 16

Elevation, 17

Épigraphe pour un livre condamné, 330

Epigraph for a Condemned Book, 331

Femmes damnées, 244

Condemned Women, 245

Femmes damnées: Delphine et Hippolyte, 238

Condemned Women: Delphine and Hippolyta, 239

Franciscae meae laudes, 124

Praises for My Francisca, 125

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Table of contents

  • 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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