The Arcades Project - Chapter 6, Baudelaire Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, Baudelaire Summary and Analysis

MOOR EEFFOC comes from page 233. Here, the author is writing about the 1850s. There was a great cafe where the culture was able to spread quite effectively. Within that context, there was a COFFEE ROOM. Walter Benjamin writes that there was an especial quality to MOOR EEFFOC - which is simply what the same thing read from one side of the door. This man Baudelaire had no children's books during his childhood. He did not feel that this was the source of any kind of problem. He believed very strongly that the future of literature would rely upon having an inclusive attitude towards both science and philosophy. Without that, he claimed, the literature that did emerge would suffer from both homicidal and suicidal tendencies. Along with Baudelaire, the author also mentions a highly unusual match between a 26-year-old woman...

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