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London, Phaidon Press 1965, cm.17,5x25, pp.XIV,241, 64 figg.bn.nt. leg.ed. in t.tela, sopracop.fig.bn. Testo in inglese.
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Charles Baudelaire, one of the greatest French poets of the nineteenth century, has been described as "the father of modern criticism". Rejecting a cold, mathematical, heartless approach, Baudelaire demanded a criticism that was "partial, passionate, and political' and, he added, `amusing and poetic". His starting point was always the shock of pleasure experienced in front of a work of art, and his writing conveys the excitement of first-hand experience expressed with liveliness and originality.
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Book Description Phaidon, 1965. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Dustjacket included. Later Edition. ISBN 0714812714. Hardback. No statement of later printing on copyright page. Slight wear to corners and edges; minor browning and dustsoiling to pages; otherwise tight, sound and unmarked in Very Good condition. Price-clipped dustjacket with minor wear to corners and edges; laminate is bubbling along spine and bottom edge; otherwise Very Good. We have placed dustjacket in a brodart protective cover and it looks much better than described. No Signature. Seller Inventory # 170999
Book Description Phaidon Press Ltd, 1965. Hardback. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. D/jkt unmarked, brown boards, corners sharp, gilt bright. Internally clean, b&w plates, slight age toning to ffep, former owner's bookplate, otherwise no ownership markings, binding tight. ; 25 x 18 x 3 cm; 241 pages. Seller Inventory # 37289