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143 Index Agamben, Giorgio, 125n70 Algonquins, 22–23 Allegory and Baudelaire, 4, 69, 75–76, 97 and Whitman, 50–51 Asselineau, Roger, 4, 70 Astor Place Theater Riot, 15 Augustine, Saint, 106–8 Balzac, Honoré de, 61, 62 Bandy, W. T., 1 Banville, Théodore de, 70, 80–81, 84 Barnum, P. T., 34–35, 37, 98 Baudelaire, Charles and anti-Americanism, 3, 12, 53 and clichés, 74–77 and dandyism, 17–18 and dioramas, 91–93 and Edgar Allan Poe, 2–3, 26–27, 53, 62 and photography, 7, 33, 94–96 (see also Photography) and trial of Les Fleurs du mal, 7 and trompe-l’oeil, 84, 86–87, 90 and Victor Hugo, 12, 60, 62, 86–90 works: Arti‹cial Edens, 52; “The Artist’s Con‹teor,” 77; “Beautiful Dorothea,” 65; “The Counterfeit Coin,” 70, 96, 102–3; “The Crowds,” 66, 83; “The Dog and the Perfume Bottle,” 97; “The Double Bedroom,” 77, 92; “Evening Twilight,” 2; “The Eyes of the Poor,” 70, 83; Les Fleurs du mal, 7, 11, 14, 15, 18, 22, 49, 60, 62–64, 69–70, 76, 79, 88–90, 92, 94, 96, 98, 104–5, 107; “The Gallant Marksman,” 89–90; “The Generous Gambler,” 78–79; “On the Heroism of Modern Life” (essay ), 8; “A Hero’s Death,” 65, 82; Intimate Journals, 64, 74, 86; “Let Us Beat Up the Poor,” 87; “The Little Old Women,” 62; “Miss Scalpel,” 63–64, 78–79, 85, 100–101; “Morale du joujou,” 90; “The Old Acrobat,” 83–84; “The Old Woman’s Despair,” 69; “The Pagan School” (essay), 2, 96–97; “The Painter of Modern Life” (essay), 17, 26, 52, 64–65, 90–91; “Paris Dream,” 45–46; “Parisian Scenes,” 10–11, 23, 29, 40, 46; Petits poèmes en prose (Le Spleen de Paris), 11–12, 42, 58, 60, 62–64, 69–70, 76, 79, 88–90, 92, 94, 96, 98, 104–5; “The Projects,” 93; “Recollection,” 13, 63; “The Rope,” 66, 69; “The Savage Woman and the Little Sweetheart ,” 82, 92; “The Seven Old Men,” 40–41, 62; “Solitude,” 2, 67; “The Stranger,” 65, 78; “The Swan,” 23, 46; “A Thoroughbred Baudelaire, Charles (continued) Horse,” 92; “To a Woman Passing By,” 21, 47; “Which is the Real Benedicta?” 92; “The Widows,” 72–73, 83, 93, 101–2; “The Windows ,” 74, 93 Belden, E. Porter, 38, 39 Belgium, 53, 61, 71, 98 Benjamin, Walter, 5, 9, 47, 59, 69, 89 Bentham, Jeremy, 41 Bersani, Leo, 127n15 Blin, Georges, 99, 127n15 Bourdin, Gustave, 2 Boyer, Christine M., 118n12 Brand, Dana, 28 Breton, André, 88 Broadway, 13, 16, 17, 19–22, 24–27, 30–32, 34, 37, 40, 42–46, 48, 51, 55, 104–5 Brooklyn, 2, 14, 19, 27, 28 Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 18, 34 Brummel, Beau (George Bryan), 7 Burke, Edmund, 39 Carjat, Étienne, 7 Carroll, Lewis, 36 Chambers, Ross, 120n52, 126n1 Champ›eury (Jules Fleury-Husson), 8, 81, 86 Clapp, Henry J., 16 Clark, Timothy James, 61 Clarke, Graham, 116n54, 116n68, 120n53 Compagnon, Antoine, 122n32 Conrad, Peter, 20, 22, 38 Coolidge, Calvin, 1 Courbet, Gustave, 8, 91 Crary, Jonathan, 39, 42 Daguerre, Louis-Jacques-Mandé, 91–92, 94 Dandyism, 7, 17–18 Dante, 11, 96 Daumier, Honoré, 74 Deburau, Jean-Gaspard-Baptiste, 80, 81, 94 Deburau, Paul, 81 Delacroix, Eugène, 8, 91 Democracy Baudelaire’s hostility to, 4–5, 18, 33 Whitman as poet of, 3–5, 11, 20–21, 28 Derrida, Jacques, 103 Dickens, Charles, 17 Dioramas, 36, 91–93 Douglas, Ann, 112n25 Doyle, Peter, 37 Du Camp, Maxime, 57 Dupin, Auguste, 27 Eliot, George (Mary Anne Evans), 36 Eliot, T. S., 3, 8 Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 7 Erkkila, Betsy, 112n23, 113n1, 119n39 Étienne, Louis, 13, 15 Flaneur Baudelaire as, 2, 26, 41, 64–65, 67, 78–79, 93 in Poe’s “The Man of the Crowd,” 26–27 and urban planning, 99–100, 109 Whitman as, 13, 22, 24, 26–28, 37, 54 Forrest, Edwin, 15 Foucault, Michel, 41 Fourier, Charles, 87 Gautier, Théophile, 80, 84 Gavarni, Paul (Sulpice Guillaume Chevalier), 74 Giedion, Siegfried, 99–100 Gilbert, Roger, 116n62 Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 36 Goncourt, Edmond and Jules de, 33, 60, 61, 62, 65 Goya, Francisco de, 98 Grant, Ulysses S., 1 Guys, Constantin, 17, 26, 45, 54, 90, 103 Haussmann, Georges-Eugène and Baudelaire’s prose poems, 64–65 and centralized city planning, 16 144 Index and critics of, 61–62 and redesigning of Paris, 55–59 and time, 10–12, 99–100, 108–9 Homer...

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