Lithographs, stereoscopes, and paintings populated <strong>Baudelaire&rsquo;s Paris</strong>. But he revolted against optics, threw off the tyranny of visual omniscience, and embraced shadow

Lithographs, stereoscopes, and paintings populated Baudelaire&amp;rsquo;s Paris. But he revolted against optics, threw off the tyranny of visual omniscience, and embraced
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Lithographs, stereoscopes, and paintings populated Baudelaire’s Paris. But he revolted against optics, threw off the tyranny of visual omniscience, and embraced shadow

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