Petits poemes en prose

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Petits poemes en prose

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"And yet I am going to send you a book that was written altogether in the spirit of that place. I send it however, because it is just one of those specimens of consummate polished perfection in that style, that I think you would do best to read at present: I mean Baudelaire?s ""Petits Poemes"". On second thoughts, I will not send it until I hear from you, in case you have it already. If you have it not, I shall send you mine, it has unfortunately been subjected to the outrages of an amateur expurgator, but the most of it is there, and I think you would do well to study it."

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The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, April 1874-July 1879

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Stevenson, Robert Louis
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The ?place? RLS refers to has been identified earlier in the same letter (see ID=17649) as the countryside of ?the village of Hope-deferred? and of ?the river of the Shadow of Suicide?. Note 1 to p.63 reads: ?RLS?s copy (Vol. 4 of the ""Oeuvres Compl?tes"" 1869) is at Yale [= Yale University Library, (Beinecke Library)]. Pages 133-8 have been cut out. Katharine gave the book to Bob [Stevenson, her brother, RLS?s cousin], who refers to it in an undated letter of this period.? The 1869 edition was the first posthumous collection of Baudelaire?s works. Later, editors of the prose poems reverted to the more expressive working title sometimes used by Baudelaire when they were being published in periodicals: [italics] Le Spleen de Paris [end italics].

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Petits poemes en prose

Reading experience
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ukred-17655

Evidence

"And yet I am going to send you a book that was written altogether in the spirit of that place. I send it however, because it is just one of those specimens of consummate polished perfection in that style, that I think you would do best to read at present: I mean Baudelaire?s ""Petits Poemes"". On second thoughts, I will not send it until I hear from you, in case you have it already. If you have it not, I shall send you mine, it has unfortunately been subjected to the outrages of an amateur expurgator, but the most of it is there, and I think you would do well to study it."

Source

The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, April 1874-July 1879

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Reader
Stevenson, Robert Louis
Born in 1850

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EuRED : environment
EuRED : lighting
EuRED : testimony
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Notes
The ?place? RLS refers to has been identified earlier in the same letter (see ID=17649) as the countryside of ?the village of Hope-deferred? and of ?the river of the Shadow of Suicide?. Note 1 to p.63 reads: ?RLS?s copy (Vol. 4 of the ""Oeuvres Compl?tes"" 1869) is at Yale [= Yale University Library, (Beinecke Library)]. Pages 133-8 have been cut out. Katharine gave the book to Bob [Stevenson, her brother, RLS?s cousin], who refers to it in an undated letter of this period.? The 1869 edition was the first posthumous collection of Baudelaire?s works. Later, editors of the prose poems reverted to the more expressive working title sometimes used by Baudelaire when they were being published in periodicals: [italics] Le Spleen de Paris [end italics].

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