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Charles Baudelaire

Nineteenth-century French prose poet, essayist, translator, and critic from the Symbolist and Modernist literary actions. His best-known functions consist of Les Fleurs du mal, Les paradis artificiels, and Le Spleen de Paris. He examined in Lyon and Paris, but was delivered to India in 1841 after his stepfather uncovered his reckless behavior relating to prostitutes and over-spending. He translated the poems of Edgar Allan Poe into French. He previously a drawn-out affair with Jeanne DuVal and shorter romantic relationships with an celebrity (Marie Daubrun) and a courtesan (Apollonnie Sabatier). Throughout his lifestyle, nevertheless, he was many driven by the necessity for his mother’s acceptance. He was a good friend of French painter Edouard Manet, who included Baudelaire’s picture in his well-known Music in the Tuileries painting.

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