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The Baudelaire Label
... The Baudelaire Label is an independent record label based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada ... Artists currently signed to Baudelaire include Jon-Rae and the River, Jill Barber, Andrew Rodriguez, Matthew Barber, The Diableros and Jewish Legend ... of A R/Media Relations at V2 Records Canada, The Baudelaire Label was named Best Toronto Record Label in Now Magazine in 2006 ...
Spells And Philtres - Contents
... Charles-Marie-René Leconte de Lisle) "Anterior Life" (from Charles Baudelaire) "Song of Autumn" (from Charles Baudelaire) "Lethe" (from Charles ...
Baudelaire (disambiguation)
... Baudelaire commonly refers to Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867), French poet Baudelaire may also refer to Baudelaire (surname) A 1947 book-length essay on Charles Baudelaire by Jean-Paul Sartre ...
The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming - See Also
... Grim Grotto (2004) The Penultimate Peril (2005) The End (2006) Characters Violet Baudelaire Klaus Baudelaire Sunny Baudelaire Count Olaf Lemony Snicket Arthur Poe ... members Baudelaire family Snicket family Quagmire family Other characters Elements Flora Fauna V.F.D ...
Baudelaire (surname)
... Baudelaire is a French surname ... Notable people with the surname include Charles Baudelaire, a French macabre poet Caroline Aupick (née Baudelaire), Charles Baudelaire's disparaging mother The Baudelaire family within A Series of Unfortunate Events Violet Baudelaire, the eldest of the three Baudelaire orphans Klaus Baudelaire, the second eldest of the thee Baudelaire orphans Sunny Baudelaire, the youngest of the three Baudelaire orphans Bertrand Baudelaire, the children's father Beatrice Baudelaire, the author's unrequited love interest and the children's mother Beatrice Baudelaire, the children's adoptive sister ...

Famous quotes containing the word baudelaire:

    A Dandy does nothing.
    —Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)

    The taste for pleasure attaches us to the present. The concern with our salvation leaves us hanging on the future.
    —Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)

    To be just, that is to say, to justify its existence, criticism should be partial, passionate and political, that is to say, written from an exclusive point of view, but a point of view that opens up the widest horizons.
    —Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)