Job 29; Job 30; Job 31
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During his voyage, he stumbles into an ambush. Seriously injured, he arrives in a small village and gives the manuscript to Adalard de Lancrois, the head of a secret order called "The Tradition. Superstition reigns all around, with angels and demons poised to take part in the struggle.
The influence of his trip—the themes of journey and of the sea—are apparent in the collection as the poems constitute a voyage through time and space. During his lifetime, Baudelaire would play an active role in the political discourse revolving around the Revolutions of in Europe as a writer for various French newspapers. His work takes on a reporter-like quality as he sheds light on the inevitability of change and the constant evolution of both the city and its inhabitants. The poem opens with an address that simultaneously bids farewell to the past while looking towards the future.
The opening exclamation signals the end of summer, a season that Baudelaire associates with the sun and its warmth and light. Contrasting with summer is the winter, which looms on the horizon as a frigid and dark omen. Baudelaire parallels the dichotomy between summer and winter with that of life and death.
Haunted by the looming threat of entrapment, the narrator realizes that between summer and winter comes autumn, a season which presents the mysterious possibility of change. Presented as a period of transition by Baudelaire, autumn represents a point of interest as it symbolizes the tranquility of a space between past life and future death.
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Baudelaire, Charles. Song of Automne Soon we will plunge into the cold darkness; Farewell, vivid brightness of our short-lived summers! Notify of.