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Paris Spleen
little poems in prose
Charles Baudelaire; Keith Waldrop, trans.

Wesleyan University Press



Contents

• Translator’s Introduction
• Dedication: for Arsène Houssaye
• The Stranger
• An Old Woman’s Despair
• The Artist’s Confiteor
• A Joker
• Double Bedroom
• To Each His Chimæra
• The Fool and Venus
• Dog and Flask
• The Bad Glazier
• One A.M.
• Wild Woman and Little Darling
• The Crowd
• Widows
• The Old Showman
• Cake
• The Clock
• A Hemisphere in a Head of Hair
• Invitation to the Voyage
• A Toy for the Poor
• Fairy Gifts
• Temptations or Eros, Plutus and Glory
• Evening Twilight
• Solitude
• Planning
• Dorothea the Beautiful
• The Eyes of the Poor
• An Heroic Death
• The False Coin
• Generous Gambler
• The Rope
• Callings
• The Thyrsus
• Be Drunk
• Already!
• Windows
• The Urge to Paint
• Moon Favors
• Which Is the True?
• A Thoroughbred
• The Mirror
• The Port
• Mistresses Portrayed
• The Gallant Marksman
• Soup and Clouds
• Shooting-Gallery and Cemetery
• Lost Halo
• Mademoiselle Bistoury
• Anywhere Out of the World
• Knock Down the Poor!
• Good Dogs

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