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    Charles Baudelaire's "The Flowers of Evil"

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    Charles Baudelaire's "The Flowers of Evil" is briefly explicated.

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    Overall, my interpretation of Charles Baudelaire's "The Flowers of Evil" is that he is reflecting on the complexities in life and love, death and living. To illustrate, I feel that he clearly juxtaposes such contrasting images of beauty and ugly, sex and purity, death and life, and other common facets of life. Even his evocative use of titles, I believe, seem to denote this mix of pain and pleasure with bold examples such as "The ...

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    Charles Baudelaire's "The Flowers of Evil" is discussed in 300 words of reader response notes.

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