Les Fleurs du Mal: Remembering Charles Baudelaire, him, Fleurs du Mal book, taking Japanese and Afegan tragedy. With Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Fukushima represented by a rose. Afegan is here represented by a shoes and barbwire with a similar flower small papoula (poppy).
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