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Le Spleen de Paris: Petits Poèmes en prose
by Charles Baudelaire (1869); translated by numerous.

Le Spleen de Paris: L'Étranger (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)

Le Spleen de Paris: Le Confiteor de l'artiste (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)

Le Spleen de Paris: La Chambre double (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)

Le Spleen de Paris: Chacun sa chimère (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)
     •Translated by Guy Thorne (1915)

Le Spleen de Paris: Le Fou et la Vénus (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)
     •Translated by Guy Thorne (1915)

Le Spleen de Paris: Le Mauvais Vitrier (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)

Le Spleen de Paris: À une heure du matin (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)

Le Spleen de Paris: Les Veuves (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)

Le Spleen de Paris: L'Invitation au voyage (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)

Le Spleen de Paris: Les Tentations ou Eros, Plutus et la Gloire (1869)
     •Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)

Le Spleen de Paris: Le Thyrse (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)

Le Spleen de Paris: Enivrez-vous (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)
     •Translated by Guy Thorne (1915)

Le Spleen de Paris: Déjà! (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)

Le Spleen de Paris: Le Désir de peindre (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)
     •Translated by Guy Thorne (1915)

Le Spleen de Paris: Les Bienfaits de la lune (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)

Le Spleen de Paris: Laquelle est la vraie? (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)

Le Spleen de Paris: Le Galant Tireur (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)
     •Translated by Guy Thorne (1915)

Le Spleen de Paris: Le Tir et le cimetière (1869)Translated by F.P. Sturm (1906)

Le Spleen de Paris: Épilogue (1869)Translated by Arthur Symons (1920)

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