The Flowers of Evil

By Charles Baudelaire; James McGowan | Go to book overview

INDEX OF FIRST LINES
Ah! ne ralentis pastes flammes332
Ah! never let your flame grow cold 333
A la pâle clarté des lampes languissantes238
Within the dwindling glow of light from languid lamps 239
A la très chore, à la très belle300
To the dearest, to the most lovely 301
Amina bondit, -- fuit, -- puis voltige et sourit320
Amina leaps and flies--then flutters smilingly320
Andromaque, je pense à vous! Ce petit fleuve172
Andromache, I think of you--this meagre stream 173
Ange plein de gaieté, connaissez-vous l'angoisse90
Angel of gladness, do you know of anguish 91
Au-dessus des étangs, au-dessus des valises16
Above the valleys, over rills and meres 17
Aujourd'hui l'espace est splendide!224
This morning how grand is the space! 225
Au milieu des flacons, des étoffes lamées228
Surrounded by flasks, and by spangled lamés 229
Au pays parfumé que le soleil caresse128
Off in a perfumed land bathed gently by the sun 129
Avec ses vêements ondoyants et nacrés54
The way her silky garments undulate 55
Bientôt nous plongerons dans les froides ténèbres116
Now will we plunge into the frigid dark 117
Bizarre déité, brune comme les nuits54
Singular goddess, brown as night, and wild 55
Blanche fille aux cheveux roux168
Pale girl with russet hair 169
Celui dont nous t'offrons l'image308
The man depicted on this page 309
Ce ne seront jamais ces beautts de vignettes38
It will not be these beauties of vignettes 39
Ce soir, la lune rêve avec plus de paresse132
The moon tonight dreams vacantly, as if 133

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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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