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                <div class="main">
  <div class="content">
    <p>Baudelaire rebelled against the common, against the rote, against a scholasticism that, then as now, is hard to repel. He wrote notably, at times savagely, on the salons, revolting against the restricted hand, the hampered heart, the theory that would thwart, dicta that distort. He tilted against the academic. He saw in painting, in the plastic arts, not an analogy to poetry, not a metaphor for making images in words, but a series of proofs: all art a dance of form to form, a dance behind which music plays. “There is, essentially, a lyric way of feeling,” he wrote.</p>
    <w>Say what?</w>
      This is the trouble with a body of work. If the poet is lucky, the work that goes into the poems, completed, might see the poems go to work for the poet. But a body of work cannot march en masse. Missionaries must make sorties. So, for Baudelaire, these apostles preach “The Albatross,” evangelize for “Spleen,” homilize on “The Invitation to the Voyage.” Thus, Baudelaire has seen, as lasting poets will, from a <w>higher</w> region still or a lower one than wished, a corpus winnowed down by time. Atomized; anthologized.



  margin: 0;
  background-color: #F6FFE6;
  color: #698346;

  padding-left: 40px;
  padding-right: 40px;

  font-size: 30px;

  max-width: 800px;
  padding-bottom: 200px;
/*   text-align: center; */

w span {
  animation: wiggle 1s infinite;
  animation-delay: calc(var(--animation-order) * 307ms);
  transform-origin: center;
  animation-timing-function: ease-in-out;

@keyframes wiggle {
  0% {
    transform: scale(1.0) translateY(0px) rotate(0deg);
    transform: scale(1.0) translateY(-2px) rotate(-3deg);
    transform: scale(1.1) translateY(-2px) rotate(3deg);
    transform: scale(1.0) translateY(2px) rotate(-3deg);
    transform: scale(0.95) translateY(-2px) rotate(3deg);
  100% {
    transform: scale(1.0) translateY(0px) rotate(0deg);



                function wiggleWitIt() {
     wiggles = document.getElementsByTagName("w");
    [...wiggles].forEach((wiggle) => {
      wiggle.innerHTML = wiggle
        .map((char, index) => {
          return `<span style='--animation-order: ${index + 1};'>${char}</span>`;

document.addEventListener("DOMContentLoaded", wiggleWitIt());