By Charles Baudelaire
Le ténébreux auteur des Fleurs du Mal, le plus lu des poètes français, fut d'abord le fils de los angeles presse. Jeune dandy, il y a fait ses premières armes ; jusqu'à l. a. fin de sa vie, il y a publié ses écrits en tous genres ; n'étant lié à aucun magazine, il a collaboré à tous, et exprimé sous les formes les plus variées ses convictions d'artiste et son farouche mépris des bien-pensants. Cette anthologie inédite lève le voile sur une half majeure et méconnue de son oeuvre. On y découvrira les multiples visages de ce polygraphe de génie : le joyeux mystificateur, auteur de chansons satiriques et d'ironiques leçons sur les femmes ou l'écriture ; l'acteur passionné du débat républicain, qui au coeur de l'exaltation révolutionnaire de 1848 fonda un magazine, Le Salut public ; mais aussi le central théoricien français du rire, et l'un des plus grands evaluations artistiques et littéraires du XIXe siècle, aussi jubilatoire dans l'éloge que dans l'éreintage de ses contemporains. Ce recueil, qui brosse le double portrait de l'homme et de son siècle, donne enfin les types d'origine de célèbres poèmes, celles de leur première booklet dans los angeles presse - et témoigne ainsi d'une époque où, sur une même web page de magazine, un sonnet côtoyait un éditorial politique ou un fait divers.
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Ironically, most of my subsequent visits to Reepham were in a police car. I covered cases regularly at the magistrates court, and prosecuting officer, Inspector John Kenny of Dereham Police, saw fit to give me a lift there and back. He quoted from Gray’s Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard every time we passed Swanton Morley’s gravestones. I chipped CONFESSIONS OF A NORFOLK NEWSHOUND 35 in with the odd line from Troilus and Cressida. Our minds were really on higher things than driving without due care and attention or kicking up a racket at a local football match.
That story, of course, had a tail-piece. A school dinner lady celebrated a notable ‘mealstone’. Chimney sweep Dicky Dodman hung up his brushes after more than 50 years in the trade and headed into retirement via his large garden and glasshouse – ‘exchanging sooty hands for green fingers’. CONFESSIONS OF A NORFOLK NEWSHOUND 39 FOND FAREWELL – Bill Coller (centre) hands goodbye gifts to chief reporter Charles Sharp as he leaves the Dereham office to take up a post in Nigeria. Photographer Brian Smith, using the time-exposure technique, joins the throng to give a thumb-up sign, while Fakenham reporter Freddie Fletcher, seated on the left, ponders his stocks and shares.
You see, it should have been me up there on that silver screen with a galaxy of international stars. I I had rehearsed the Beeston smoulder hundreds of times. But the new boy on the block, all Gallic good looks, practised poise and big-city confidence, convinced the moguls he had what it took to bring a bit extra to a bid for a box-office bonanza. ROLE MODEL – a Holkham setting for Operation Crossbow filming in 1964 as Roderic Leigh rehearses his part as a German sailor. CONFESSIONS OF A NORFOLK NEWSHOUND 53 Roderic Leigh, my new colleague on the Dereham and district reporting rounds, went filming on Holkham Beach in Operation Crossbow, one of the main productions of 1964.