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The Prose Poems (World's Classics) Paperback – 18 Apr 1991


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Samuel Cramer, who, in the past, signed a handful of Romantic follies under the name of Manuela de Monteverde-in the heyday of Romanticism-is the contradictory product of a wan German and a Chilean brunette. Read the first page
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Baudelaire at fine consistency. 21 Feb. 1998
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What makes "La Fanfarlo"interesting is not so much for its depth but rather at the way it captures the bourgeoise flavor & appeal magnificently.Though it probes very well into human characteristics & nature vividly,it's realistic portrayal of that air of condescence & mannerisms which separate this class of society from the rest is nothing short of marvelous as it takes you to it's very world & initiates you if you are not aware.
The prose poems are the younger siblings of "The Flowers Of Evil".Though lacking in range & depth compared to the incomparable masterpiece,it nontheless elevates the reader into the emotional & intellectual mindscapes that the poet so accurately & efficiently defines.Truth & beauty go hand in hand inseparably well together,just as art & practicality give a slight glimpse into the life of a city from the point of a bitingly penetrating observer.
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