La Dialectique de la Vie et de la Mort Dans Quelques poèmes des Fleurs du Mal De Charles Baudelaire
Keywords:Dialectique, Charles Baudelaire
This research, entitled "The Controversy of Life and Death in some of Baudelaire's Roses of Evilness", handles the poet's vision to life and death. In more than a poem, Baudelaire showed he got fed up with life having no hope in it: he did not sing for it in his poems. He described himself as dead amidst life and, at the same time, elegized those who were content with it. Baudelaire sees life as a call for another different life fill with secrets and invisible things and as a life with meaning stronger than the worldly life. So, death to Baudelaire is happiness and the tomb is the only element that gives life and value to the man who would enjoy with his life after death cycles. The belief in life after death indicates the poet's spirituality, mysticism and elevation towards what is beyond material for eternity and immortality.
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