Il n’y a pas dans toute son œuvre un seul passage qui ait trait à la lubricité ou même aux jouissances sensuelles  

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"Il n’y a pas dans toute son œuvre un seul passage qui ait trait à la lubricité ou même aux jouissances sensuelles" is a remark by Charles Baudelaire in "Edgar Poe, sa vie et ses œuvres"[1].

English translations

"contain not a single passage in any way licentious or even sensual" in The Life and Works of E. A. Poe: a Psychoanalytic Interpretation.
"There is not in all of Poe's work a single passage that tends to lubricity or even to sensual pleasure." --Edgar Allan Poe: How to Know Him, Smith, C. Alphonso (Charles Alphonso), 1864-1924.

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