Baudelaire, Charles /ˈbəʊd(ə)lɛː, French bodlɛʀ/

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I. (1821–67), French poet and critic; full name Charles Pierre Baudelaire. He is largely known for Les Fleurs du mal (1857), a series of 101 lyrics that explore his isolation and melancholy and the attraction of evil and the macabre.
II. derivatives

Baudelairean /ˌbəʊd(ə)ˈlɛːrɪən /
adjective, noun


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