View Larger Image. Title: Formal Revolution in the Work of Baudelaire Publisher: University of Delaware Press.go to link
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Kathryn Mills argues that despite the enduring celebrity of Baudelaire and Flaubert, their significance to modern art has been misunderstood. Mills places Le Spleen de Paris and Trois contes, their authors' relatively less well-known but last published works, in relationship with the times and artistic goals of Baudelaire and Flaubert, showing that these seminal authors literally sought to "come to terms with" the changes transforming the nineteenth-century into the modern age by forging a new form for literature.
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Payment Methods accepted by seller. AbeBooks Bookseller Since: August 14, Stock Image. Addressing these lacunae in scholarship, Mills puts forth the argument that Baudelaire's collection of prose poems, Le Spleen de Paris , and Flaubert's short, poetic tales, Trois contes, best embody the modern aesthetic that Baudelaire develops in Le Peintre de la vie moderne and that Flaubert elaborates in his correspondence.
The modernity of Baudelaire and Flaubert, still relevant today but often taken for granted, needs to be reexamined in light of the cultural, formal, and contextual considerations that inform Formal Revolution in the Work of Baudelaire and Flaubert. Art being a signifier of the period that produces it, Charles Baudelaire and Gustave Flaubert were on a quest to find a literary form that would reflect the dramatic upheavals of their time.
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In this carefully researched, well-written book, Mills Sewanee: The Univ. Going beyond mere variations on standard literary structures, they fused poetry with prose, developing an aesthetic that paved the way for the modern age. They also painted modern life.
Avoiding the traditional critical focus Les Fleurs du mal , Madame Bovary , L'Education sentimentale , Mills concentrates on Baudelaire's Le Spleen de Paris and Flaubert's Trois Contes --less-known but seminal works that were the authors' last publications--showing how these works diverge from the rest of Baudelaire's and Flaubert's broader oeuvres and stand out as striking embodiments of their authors' artistic ideals.