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Il rêve d’échafauds en fumant son houka. He dreams of gallows while smoking his hookah. Hypocritical reader, my likeness, my brother! This section contains 18 poems, most of which were written during Haussmann’s renovation of Paris.

As a consequence of this prosecution, Baudelaire was fined 300 francs. Six poems from the work were suppressed and the ban on their publication was not lifted in France until 1949. In the wake of the prosecution, a second edition was issued in 1861 which added 35 new poems, removed the six suppressed poems, and added a new section entitled Tableaux Parisiens. A posthumous third edition, with a preface by Théophile Gautier and including 14 previously unpublished poems, was issued in 1868. See also: Category:Les Fleurs du mal in popular culture.

This section needs additional citations for verification. Pendergast Book Series authored by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child in many of their interactions. Au Lecteur » with the line: « You! Stefan George’s translation of three poems from « Le Vin ». In 1969, American composer Ruth White released the album Flowers of Evil. It features electroacoustic composition with Baudelaire’s poetry recited over it.

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