Baudelaire (disambiguation)

Baudelaire (disambiguation)

[ Baudelaire] may refer to:

*Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867), one of the most influential French poets of the nineteenth century.
*Several characters in "A Series of Unfortunate Events":
** Violet Baudelaire, the eldest child (14-15).
** Klaus Baudelaire, the middle child (12-13).
** Sunny Baudelaire, the youngest child (approx. 1-2).
** Bertrand Baudelaire, their father.
** Beatrice Baudelaire¹, their mother.
** Beatrice Baudelaire², the children's ward and the daughter of Kit Snicket and Dewey Denouement.
*"Baudelaire" (a song by ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead), from the 2002 album "Source Tags & Codes".

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