Parisappears in Paris Spleen
The majority of the poems within this collection are in this setting, especially the poorer areas of the city.
Natureappears in The Artist's Confiteor
This frustrates a man who cannot capture it wholly.
Roomappears in The Double Room
The narrator dreams up this beautiful place.
Statue of Venusappears in The Fool and Venus
A jester stares at this in a park.
Public Parksappears in The Widows
These are described as the shady retreats that are the gathering places of those crippled by life.
Her Hairappears in A Hemisphere in her Hair
In this the poet can picture hours on a divan, men at port, and buildings against an expansive sky.
Cockaigneappears in Invitation to the Voyage
This is a made-up place where all is tranquil and peaceful, and where the narrator would like to visit with his...
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