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"The poet Yvor Winters defended Baudelaire against accusations of decadence by comparing him with Shakespeare. Both he and Shakespeare had the ability to portray the unlovely manifestations of man’s animus." David Yezzi • New Criterion

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Benito del Pliego, trans. Forrest Gander Center for the Art of Translation

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