Objects & Places from Lautréamont's Maldoror: Translated by Alexis Lykiard

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Franceappears in throughout

This place is Maldoror's home country.

Conscienceappears in throughout

This is described as being a force of God that Maldoror rejects.

Prostitutionappears in Book I, Stanza 7

This institution represents a wide-spread lack of morality.

The Oceanappears in Book I, Stanza 9

Maldoror believes this is superior to humanity.

Norwayappears in Book I, Stanza 12

This country is where Maldoror meets the grave-digger.

Mathematicsappears in Book II, Stanza 10

Maldoror compares this to man, claiming it is more logical than society.

The Cathedral Lampappears in Book II, Stanza 11

Maldoror convinces this to stop serving religion by throwing a rock at it.

The Conventappears in Book III, Stanza 5

This is where Maldoror finds one a divine hair that saw God first commit fornication then torture and kill a boy.

The Two Baobobsappears in Book IV, Stanza 2

These objects are described as looking like towers.

Falmer's Hairappears in Book IV, Stanza 8

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