What is his philosophy about modern life in the city?

Even though Baudelaire is a contemporary of Whitman, as it might be clear to you by now, there are some fundamental differences between the two other than their cultural backgrounds. Baudelaire has his own philosophy about life and a different understanding of the notion of progress and what it means to be modern.Begin by answering the following two basic questions:What is his philosophy about modern life in the city? What is his response to nature?Then provide with your interpretation the poem “Spleen.” What kind of a poem is it? To answer this you may consider first the title of the poem: what is “Spleen”?I would like you to express your raw reactions, ideas and analysis of the poet and his poem. Your readings (poem, introduction to Baudelaire in Anthology, PPoint “Baudelaire’s and Zola’s Capital of Modernity,” and my document “A Bitter Sense of Paradise”) should be part of your information for your analysis. In your main statement  please cite specific examples/quotes from the above sources to back up points and demonstrate knowledge.For your main statement write about 300 words in a short essay format of at least three paragraphs.