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BAUDELAIRE, Charles
BAUDELAIRE, Charles
BAUDELAIRE, Charles
BAUDELAIRE, Charles
BAUDELAIRE, Charles

BAUDELAIRE, Charles

Artificial Paradise : On Hashish and Wine as Means of Expanding Individuality

NY: Herder and Herder, 1971. Translated by Ellen Fox, with a foreword by Edouard Roditi. First edition. Small 8vo; red cloth; gilt spine titles; dust jacket. xxii, 170pp. Light bleeding to board cloth from water exposure; tidemarks to textblock top and fore-edge; spotting to first and final leaves. Unclipped jacket with dampstaining to perimeters and flaps, some ink transfer from boards to interior rear panel. Good (+) in like jacket.

A collection four of the French poet Charles Baudelaire's prose works concerning states of intoxication: "On Wine and Hashish," "Get Drunk (A Poem in Prose)," "The Poem of Hashish," and "An Opium-Eater." Uncommon in boards. 

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