This study shows that Baudelaire's fables of modern life are dialogical in that they invite us to reexamine our received ideas in a radical way - as the author remarks - through a narratological journey combining critical gaze and poetic gesture, which leads to self-discovery, not without opposition and indulgence.

Kaplan Edward K., Baudelaire et Le Spleen de Paris. L’esthétique, l’éthique et la religion, Paris, Garnier, “Classiques”, 2015, 274 p.

Gramigna, Valeria
2015-01-01

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This study shows that Baudelaire's fables of modern life are dialogical in that they invite us to reexamine our received ideas in a radical way - as the author remarks - through a narratological journey combining critical gaze and poetic gesture, which leads to self-discovery, not without opposition and indulgence.
Cette étude montre que les fables de la vie moderne de Baudelaire sont dialogiques en ce qu’elles nous invitent à réexaminer nos idées reçues de manière radicale – tel que l’auteur le remarque – à travers un parcours narratologique joignant regard critique et geste poétique, qui mène à la découverte de soi, non sans opposition et indulgence.
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