Baudelaire and the English Tradition - Princeton Legacy Library 3067 by Patricia Clements
This study of modern Baudelaire and English notes its influence on the poets of Swinburne, who wrote the first English review of Les Fleurs du Mai, to T. S. Eliot.…
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This study of modern Baudelaire andEnglish notes its influence on the poets of Swinburne, who wrote the first English review of Les Fleurs du Mai, to T. S.
Eliot. Documenting the influence of Baudelaire on Swinburne, Pater, Wilde, Arthur Symons, Aldous Huxley, Edith, Osbert Sitwell, DH Lawrence, Imagists, John Middleton Murry, Eliot and others, describes Patricia Clementes Baudelaire, who created English poets and identifies some of the main lines in the development of modernity In English literature.
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