Baudelaire and the Art of Memory

Hiddleston, J. A.

Published by Clarendon Press 1999-09-23, 1999
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Synopsis: This study is an examination of Charles Baudelaire's (1821-67) art criticism and its relationship with his creative writing. It is the first book in English to treat in one volume the diverse aspects of the subject: the principal aesthetic ideas, the importance of the painters Delacroix, Boudin, Meryon, Guys, and Manet, Baudelaire's essays on laughter and caricature, and other critical writings.

About the Author: Was Lecturer in French, Leeds University, 1960-66 Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford, 1966

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Title: Baudelaire and the Art of Memory
Publisher: Clarendon Press 1999-09-23
Publication Date: 1999
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