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Шарль Бодлер


Charles Baudelaire

Фотография Шарль Бодлер (photo Charles Baudelaire)

День рождения: 09.04.1821 года
Возраст: 46 лет
Место рождения: Париж, Франция
Дата смерти: 31.08.1867 года
Место смерти: Париж, Россия

Quotes of Charles Baudelaire

Французский поэт, создатель сенсационной книги 'Цветы зла'

  • ⋅There exist certain individuals who are, by nature, given purely to contemplation and are utterly unsuited to action, and who, nevertheless, under a mysterious and unknown impulse, sometimes act with a speed which they themselves would have thought beyond them. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅To be just, that is to say, to justify its existence, criticism should be partial, passionate and political, that is to say, written from an exclusive point of view, but a point of view that opens up the widest horizons. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅It is from the womb of art that criticism was born. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅For the merchant, even honesty is a financial speculation. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅Everything considered, work is less boring than amusing oneself. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅All fashions are charming, or rather relatively charming, each one being a new striving, more or less well conceived, after beauty, an approximate statement of an ideal, the desire for which constantly teases the unsatisfied human mind. /Charles Baudelaire
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  • ⋅I have to confess that I had gambled on my soul and lost it with heroic insouciance and lightness of touch. The soul is so impalpable, so often useless, and sometimes such a nuisance, that I felt no more emotion on losing it than if, on a stroll, I had mislaid my visiting card. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅As a remedy against all ills; poverty, sickness, and melancholy only one thing is absolutely necessary; a liking for work. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅I consider it useless and tedious to represent what exists, because nothing that exists satisfies me. Nature is ugly, and I prefer the monsters of my fancy to what is positively trivial. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅It is unfortunately very true that, without leisure and money, love can be no more than an orgy of the common man. Instead of being a sudden impulse full of ardor and reverie, it becomes a distastefully utilitarian affair. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅There is no more steely barb than that of the Infinite. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅The son will run away from the family not at eighteen but at twelve, emancipated by his gluttonous precocity; he will fly not to seek heroic adventures, not to deliver a beautiful prisoner from a tower, not to immortalize a garret with sublime thoughts, but to found a business, to enrich himself and to compete with his infamous papa. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅If photography is allowed to stand in for art in some of its functions it will soon supplant or corrupt it completely thanks to the natural support it will find in the stupidity of the multitude. It must return to its real task, which is to be the servant of the sciences and the arts, but the very humble servant, like printing and shorthand which have neither created nor supplanted literature. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅The man who says his evening prayer is a captain posting his sentinels. He can sleep. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅The lover of life makes the whole world into his family, just as the lover of the fair sex creates his from all the lovely women he has found, from those that could be found, and those who are impossible to find. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅Every idea is endowed of itself with immortal life, like a human being. All created form, even that which is created by man, is immortal. For form is independent of matter: molecules do not constitute form. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅I have cultivated my hysteria with delight and terror. Now I suffer continually from vertigo, and today, 23rd of January, 1862, I have received a singular warning, I have felt the wind of the wing of madness pass over me. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅Who among us has not, in moments of ambition, dreamt of the miracle of a form of poetic prose, musical but without rhythm and rhyme, both supple and staccato enough to adapt itself to the lyrical movements of our souls, the undulating movements of our reveries, and the convulsive movements of our consciences? This obsessive ideal springs above all from frequent contact with enormous cities, from the junction of their innumerable connections. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅Poetry and progress are like two ambitious men who hate one another with an instinctive hatred, and when they meet upon the same road, one of them has to give place. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅Any healthy man can go without food for two days -- but not without poetry. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅Everything that is beautiful and noble is the product of reason and calculation. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅The pleasure we derive from the representation of the present is due, not only to the beauty it can be clothed in, but also to its essential quality of being the present. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅The whole visible universe is but a storehouse of images and signs to which the imagination will give a relative place and value; it is a sort of pasture which the imagination must digest and transform. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅Nature... is nothing but the inner voice of self-interest. /Charles Baudelaire
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  • ⋅Nearly all our originality comes from the stamp that time impresses upon our sensibility. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅Modernity is the transient, the fleeting, the contingent; it is one half of art, the other being the eternal and the immovable. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅Any man who does not accept the conditions of human life sells his soul. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅For the perfect idler, for the passionate observer it becomes an immense source of enjoyment to establish his dwelling in the throng, in the ebb and flow, the bustle, the fleeting and the infinite. To be away from home and yet to feel at home anywhere; to see the world, to be at the very center of the world, and yet to be unseen of the world, such are some of the minor pleasures of those independent, intense and impartial spirits, who do not lend themselves easily to linguistic definitions. The observer is a prince enjoying his incognito wherever he goes. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅Nothing can be done except little by little. /Charles Baudelaire
  • ⋅Inspiration comes of working every day. /Charles Baudelaire
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Omalone1 16.07.2019 07:48:16
Women think that all men are equal, and this is their strength, men think all women are different - it destroys them.

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