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La Fanfarlo , published in , is discussed in MacKenzie's clear and thought-provoking introduction under the heading "an experiment in narrative.
About the Author:. Tartuffe and the Misanthrope. The Figaro Plays. The Lays of Marie de France. The Romance of Tristan and Iseut. MacKenzie - pp. Quick Overview "Attractively produced and presented, this useful edition of Paris Spleen and La Fanfarlo reads as both serious and engaging. Add to Cart. Reviews: "Attractively produced and presented, this useful edition of Paris Spleen and La Fanfarlo reads as both serious and engaging. Related Titles. Madame Bovary.
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Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. The slim pamphlet-like paperback arrived this Monday morning, just as I was stepping off into the snowfall of the weekend blizzard and a degree wind. I backed into the living room, ground and brewed more coffee, and sat out the day among my books. Baudelaire the prose fictionist has a winning, Pushkin-like way of lampooning Romantic types and tropes even as he deploys them.
Samuel had the habit of saying that a glass of real wine should be like a bunch of grapes, that it provided as much to eat in it as to drink. View 1 comment. Only poets are innocent enough to invent such monstrosities.see
Perhaps I should have enjoyed this more. It appeared jerky, fissured with jump cuts and unsettling twitches. I realized early that this reminded me of Balzac , who handles this theme better. It has been a strange 10 days and this may have bled into my reading. A misfit man of letters encounters a childhood flame and helps to fix a man doing his lady wrong. This is achieved by wooing the wrong.
This won't dissuade me from my Baudelaire f Only poets are innocent enough to invent such monstrosities. This won't dissuade me from my Baudelaire fascination, though I may be making more room for Brecht, Beckett and Genet in coming days.
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Postscript: Sometimes sleeping after a review will forge an additional vantage. Not this time. I would like to read Sartre's book on Baudelaire. Oct 03, Sean rated it it was amazing. La Fanfarlo follows themes of curiosity, love beauty and cynicism. It is well-known and quite obvious that the poetic dandy of a protagonist, Samuel Cramer, is, at the very least, modeled after Baudelaire and possibly an autobiographical roman-a-clef character. The novella begins by describing the young, complex and compelling Samu La Fanfarlo follows themes of curiosity, love beauty and cynicism.
The novella begins by describing the young, complex and compelling Samuel Cramer. Monsuier Cramer was both lazy and enterprising with the moxie of fine geniuses with naive effrontery. Yet, he had the arrogance to identify with or claim the works of good writers he admired! Still, he was good-hearted, gentle, dapper, romantic, faithful turned atheist, learned, curious and, perhaps, bi-curious. Near Lyon, Cramer meets and befriends a distraught reader and wife named Mme.
Cramer vows to act as a sort of beard and romantic usurper by luring away La Fanfarlo from de Cosmelly's husband despite his lack of authentic feelings for the mistress. Not surprisingly, the romantic and sensitive poet falls for the beautiful dancer who performed as columbine in a vast pantomime and bonded with Samuel Cramer through truffles, conversing and making love. But for how long can Cramer feed his appetite for beauty by seeing La Fanfarlo? Will the ploy behind this concubinage work and rekindle de Cosmelly's relationship?
How will the spirited La Fanfarlo react to this union's basis on a scandalous scheme? This is a riveting, extravagant and energetic tale of a poetic man with noble genius, idleness, meretriciousness and a quixotic reality as he faces a near-tragic end.
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Cramer is met with bitter poetic justice; his status becomes a mirror to his sins. It is Samuel Cramer as a sosie of Baudelaire himself, however, that provides the most intrigue for readers. Using a good dose of gentle self-parody throughout the novella, Samuel Cramer not only holds Baudelaire's flaws and vices but also demonstrates the near cursed ill-fate for the paradoxical man.
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The translation and introduction by Greg Boyd are excellent and accessible for reader. Occasional footnotes define terms that may be obscure or out-of-reach for English language readers.
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While this is not Baudelaire's finest work nor a milestone in the Romantic tradition, this novella is a gem for readers. Odd, apparently highly biographical little story that does an admirable job of keeping the reader at a distance.
There are simply too many devices, too many allusions, too many asides, however, to make things compelling. The translation is odd, too, occasionally opting, part Odd, apparently highly biographical little story that does an admirable job of keeping the reader at a distance. The translation is odd, too, occasionally opting, particularly with the narrator's voice, for a very loose modern tone which contrasts severely the effusive, purple nonsense of Cramer and even the straightforward seriousness of Madame de Cosmelly. The shifting diction and voices initially made it hard to understand exactly how to read what I was reading: who was serious, what was a joke, etc.
By the time I felt I understood, there was no longer really any stakes to the action, and yet still, there was Cramer being silly, now with his prize, Fanfarlo. I also admit to being minor-ly disappointed with the "HybridBook" deal, described as a "union of print and electronic media" which actually just means you can download a PDF of additional context material if you choose.
I appreciate the effort as well as the bonus readings and illustrations, but it seems a bit much to describe and advertise back cover and last page of the book in the way it currently is. Moreover, please do away with the QR code. Nov 01, Nathaniel rated it it was ok Shelves: originally-in-french. Firstly, this is a 50 page short story; this edition of the book looks more meaty because it also contains the entire text in French.
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Generally, I like Baudelaire and there are moments when the prose of "La Fanfarlo" shows some of his wit and poetic sensibility. But much of the story suffers from his pretension and his need to drop unnecessary and distracting literary references all over the place. It's a young man's book; these are not surprising errors.
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The book is very much in dialogue with th Firstly, this is a 50 page short story; this edition of the book looks more meaty because it also contains the entire text in French. The book is very much in dialogue with the French authors that Baudelaire wished to dethrone and it prevents his authentic and individual voice from emerging.
It's got a few interesting thoughts on jealousy, attraction and relationships. Some good parts: "Men caught in the snare of their own mistakes do not like to make an offering of their remorse on the alter of clemency. What crooked, repulsive aspect does their virtue impart to certain others? I can't even make an atempt to put pretty words forward for this review. Not when Baudelaire's proze is what it is. Suffice to say in a sentence: If you do not read and like Boudelaire, I fear you may be a very cold, cold person.