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    THE CULT OF EVIL AND HIDDEN OPTIMISM IN BAUDELAIRE’S POETRY

AMITABH ROY

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

ALIPURDUAR MAHILA MAHAVIDYALAYA

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Baudelaire’s ‘Les Fleurs du Mal’ is possibly one of the most debated collection of poems in the poetic world. The French poet who heralded modernism in poetry could successfully open a new vista in poetic criticism through his relentless description of dark, shabby and negative aspects of human life.

Imagination in Baudelaire’s writing attains a separate height which makes his poems venomous and at once symbolically critical. A unique blend of rejection of earthly life and optimism for a ‘new’ future lies hidden in Baudelaire’s poetry.

 

Keywords: Dark, Les Fleurs du Mal, nothingness, negation, optimism.

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