Baudelaire: Individualism, Dandyism and the Philosophy of History

1st Edition

Bernard Howells

Routledge
Published March 1, 1996
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ISBN 9781900755016 - CAT# Y309693

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Summary

These essays take Baudelaire seriously as a thinker. Bernard Howells explores the problematics surrounding individualism and history in a number of prose texts, and situates Baudelaire within the broader contexts of nineteenth-century historical, cultural and artistic speculation, represented by Emerson, Carlyle, Joseph de Maistre, Giuseppe Ferrari and Eugene Chevreul.

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