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Baudelaire's translations from English, his constant rewriting of pre-existing material including his ownthe doublets, the transpositions d'art, and the art criticism are all based on an approach to writing which is essentially derivative but also transformative. Thus the Baudelairean experiment illustrates the limits of romantic notions of originality, creativity and genius, reminding us that all writing is intrinsically intertextual.
It also shows the complexity of translation as a form of creation at the core of modern writing. Upon le portrait ovale edgar allan poe the candle closer to the book, the narrator immediately discovers a before-unnoticed painting depicting the head and shoulders of a young girl.
The picture inexplicably enthralls the narrator "for an hour perhaps".
After steady reflection, he or she realizes that the painting's "absolute life-likeliness' of expression is the captivating feature.
The narrator eagerly consults the book for an explanation of the picture.
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The remainder of the story henceforth is a quote from this book — a story within a story. The book describes a tragic story involving a young maiden of "the rarest beauty". The book is one of the first of its kind to link the study le portrait ovale edgar allan poe translational activity of a major writer to his 'creative' writings.
It is also one of the first to provide an integrated presentation of French 19th-century translation approaches and to link them to questions of copyright and authorship in the context of the rise of capitalism and romantic views of creation and genius. It offers, therefore, a new perspective both on translation history and on literary history.