Baudelaire in the City

The first in our events about nineteenth-century French literature, poetry and music and the city took place on Friday evening.

Baudelaire in the City readings

Baudelaire in the City: poetry, reading and music

Readings of Baudelaire’s Les Fleurs du Mal and Petits poèmes en prose in French and English.

Convened by Dr Maxime Goergen and Dr Helen Abbott, with discussion led by Dr Amanda Crawley Jackson, as part of the French Research Seminar Series 2013 ‘The Arts and the City: 19th-century France in Sheffield’.

The event took place at EAT, the Nichols Building Cafe, Shalesmoor, 18.00-20.00 Friday 12 April 2013

Contact: maxime.goergen@sheffield.ac.uk

Some photos, reflections and thoughts on the evening will follow shortly.

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