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Baudelaire comes to Chemistry

Could an evil molecule be beautiful? In Les Fleurs du Mal, a collection of poems, Baudelaire argued that there was a certain beauty in evil. Well, if there ever was an evil molecule, it’s the Abeta42 peptide, the main component of the senile plaque of Alzheimer’s disease, a molecule whose effects I spent my entire professional career as a neurologist ineffectually fighting. 534 altre parole

Chemistry (relatively Pure)

Raindrops on Roses....

Je suis comme le roi d’un pays pluvieux,

Riche, mais impuissant, jeune et pourtant tres vieux.

The weather has turned, it is raining, everyone is grumpy, including me. 152 altre parole

Art

Richard Dalla Rosa

Richard Dalla Rosa was born in 1974, in Charleville-Mézières. He is a teacher of French literature and Latin, and runs workshops in creative writing. Richard Dalla Rosa has published a number of works, including news publications ( 140 altre parole

Baudelaire At The Hotel Lauzun

Exorcising the Zeitgeists

Symbolism was a movement in art and literature that can trace its roots to the mid-1800s, though its real maturation doesn’t occur until the end of that century. 1.223 altre parole

Culture

L'Homme et la mer (Charles Baudelaire)

Homme libre, toujours tu chériras la mer !
La mer est ton miroir ; tu contemples ton âme
Dans le déroulement infini de sa lame, 111 altre parole

Accueil

"Coding" for my window explorer:Baudelaire's prose poem & glimpses of a blue sky

Last night I found around here one of the most gracious prose poems I’ve read in a while. And somehow I ended up thinking of Baudelaire’ s “Petits poèmes en prose”, and more precisely “Windows”. 274 altre parole

Reading

 

Que tu viennes du ciel ou de l’enfer, qu’importe,
Ô Beauté, monstre énorme, effrayant, ingénu!
Si ton oeil, ton souris, ton pied, m’ouvrent la porte…

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