Les Fleurs du mal

Charles Baudelaire

Declared by Victor Hugo to have created "un nouveau frisson" (a new shudder, a new thrill) in literature, this volume of poetry and its themes of decadence and eroticism is a critical work of the symbolist and modernist movements.
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