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- Rimbaud The Double Life of a Rebel Edmund White
- When I was sixteen, in 1956, I discovered Rimbaud.
- A Season In Hell (Rimbaud)
- By Arthur Rimbaud. Translated from the French by Len Sousa. Once, if I remember well, my life was a feast where all hearts opened, where all wines flowed.
- RIMBAUD'S OPHELIA
- accompanied it in Rimbaud's hopeful but unsuccessful submission to.
- FIVE TRANSLATIONS OF ARTHUR RIMBAUD'S “VOYELLES”
- Arthur Rimbaud. A noir, E blanc, I rouge, U vert, O bleu: voyelles,.
- The Prodigy Burned Out. Why Not Blame Mom?
- By Bruce Duffy William P. O'Donnell/The New York Times So Arthur Rimbaud, who abandoned his groundbreaking poetry after four spectacular years in his teens and died at 37 in 1891, still stands out, the angel and enigma of French literature.
- Poetic skills enrich complex novel
- The book is a complex thriller built around a love story and a multi-generational family saga, in which characters struggle to, among other things, acquire a previously unknown work by French poet Arthur Rimbaud.
- Daniel Mendelsohn: Arthur Rimbaud's brief career.
- His name was Arthur Rimbaud. What Bardey learned about Rimbaud that day is still what most people know about Rimbaud.
- Rimbaud to Rambo
- By Richard Eder “Derangement of the senses'' was how Arthur Rimbaud described his aim.
- Arthur Rimbaud - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Jean Nicolas Arthur Rimbaud was a French poet.
- Arthur Rimbaud's Life, Poetry and News - Mag4.net
- The life and poetry of French poet Arthur Rimbaud. His relationship with Paul Verlaine.
- Arthur Rimbaud- Poets.org - Poetry, Poems, Bios & More
- A volatile and peripatetic poet, the prodigy Arthur Rimbaud wrote all of his poetry in a space of less than five years.
- Five Poems by Rimbaud - Venus Anadyomene
- Five Poems by Rimbaud from Rimbaud: Complete Works, Selected Letters.
- Arthur Rimbaud
- Arthur Rimbaud, b. Oct. 20, 1854, the precocious boy-poet of French symbolism, wrote some of the most remarkable poetry and prose of the 19th century.
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