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Here is, for example, a book on Baudelaire by Mr. Joseph D. Ben nett, which, following T. S. Eliot, Charles Du Bos and others, insists on the interpretation of Baudelaire as the poet of original sin ... and the "religi ous paradox." According to Mr. Ben nett, Baudelaire's greatness consists in having been, together with Kierke gaard and Dostoievsky, one of the very few who, in the nineteenth cen tury