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Flowers of Evil

Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867)

1. Benediction
2. Echoes
3. The Sick Muse
4. The Venal Muse
5. The Evil Monk
6. The Enemy
7. Ill Luck
8. Interior Life
9. Man and the Sea
10. Beauty
11. The Ideal
12. The Giantess
13. Hymn to Beauty
14. Exotic Perfume
15. La Chevelure
16. Sonnet XXVIII
17. Posthumous Remorse
18. The Balcony
19. The Possessed One
20. Semper Eadem
21. All Entire
22. Sonnet XLIII
23. The Living Torch
24. The Spiritual Dawn
25. Evening Harmony
26. Overcast Sky
27. Invitation to a Journey
28. "Causerie"
29. Autumn Song
30. Sisina
31. To a Creolean Lady
32. Moesta et Errabunda
33. The Ghost
34. Autumn Song
35. Sadness of the Moon-Goddess
36. Cats
37. Owls
38. Music
39. The Joyous Defunct
40. The Broken Bell
41. Spleen
42. Obsession
43. Magnetic Horror
44. The Lid
45. Bertha's Eyes
46. The Set of the Romantic Sun
47. Meditation
48. To a Passer-by
49. Illusionary Love
50. Mists and Rains
51. The Wine of Lovers
52. Condemned Women
53. The Death of the Lovers
54. The Death of the Poor

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    Summary

    This is a collection of French poems by Charles Baudelaire, originally titled "Les Fleurs du mal." It was popular in the symbolist and modernist movements of the 19th century, and the poems are about decadence and eroticism.