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  1. Sebastienne Rimbaud Sebastienne Rimbaud says:

    Œuvres complètes PDF ✓ Paperback Œuvres download, complètes kindle, Œuvres complètesŒuvres complètes EpubEnglish-language poetry, excepting maybe the contributions of the Beats, has remained largely untouched by the Rimbaud phantasmagoria - interestingly enough, his enfant terrible personality made him more influential among pr


  2. Selena Selena says:

    Œuvres complètes PDF ✓ Paperback Œuvres download, complètes kindle, Œuvres complètesŒuvres complètes Epubrimbaud is comfort reading for the soul. i fell into reading him on accident, i was talking about poetry with a friend and he happened to mention that this was his favourite poet. and he told me all about rimbaud’s past, the tryst he had with paul verlaine, the religious upbringing he had and the curious fact that rimbaud stopped writing at 21. that he dropped everything to become a merchant and to run away from it all. my interest was piqued; there isn’t any way that it couldn’t be.

    what strikes me about rimbaud in the translated work that wyatt mason has compiled is the ability to watch him grow in the few years that he is a poet and writer. he lists the poetry and prose as best as he can by the year that it was written. mason even captures versions of poems, again sorting by year, so that you


  3. Nik Kane Nik Kane says:

    Œuvres complètes PDF ✓ Paperback Œuvres download, complètes kindle, Œuvres complètesŒuvres complètes EpubI spent the summer of my 18th year in semi-voluntary exile on a tiny isle in the Adriatic. Of the few books I had room to pack I think two were different translations of Rimbaud and one was about him. I passed those four months drinking a lot, listening to a lot of Bob Marley, Bob Dylan and T-Rex, and reading Rimbaud constantly. These poems are so tied up in my mind with that period of time that I still can't read them without being instantaneously transported back there. Same with T-Rex's Electric Warrior. What we consume becomes a part of us, a part of our lives. It serves to locate us in time. A thousand books and songs spinning their gossamer webs across the surface of my life, tying disparate moments together through these persistent associations. Who says time-travel doesn't exist?


  4. Neep Neep says:

    Œuvres complètes PDF ✓ Paperback Œuvres download, complètes kindle, Œuvres complètesŒuvres complètes EpubPoetry has always been kinda dull to me. Some poetry is pretty, but I've never really seen the point to it.

    And then I discovered Rimbaud.

    The thing about Rimbaud is that you can't read his poetry without knowing at least some of his backstory. His religious upbringing. His frequent rebellions and escapes. His affair with Paul Verlaine. And then, most amazing of all, the fact that he stopped writing poetry before he hit 21.

    This collection is of everything that Rimbaud wrote, and he wrote it all at an age that most would consider to still be childhood. A majority of these poems, however, are anything but immature.

    Really, I bought this book for A Season In Hell. I wasn't disappointed. First Delirium is heartbreaking. Second Delirium is beautiful. And with such quotable lines as I turned silences and nights into words. Wh


  5. M.L. Rio M.L. Rio says:

    Œuvres complètes PDF ✓ Paperback Œuvres download, complètes kindle, Œuvres complètesŒuvres complètes EpubI love Rimbaud and I really enjoy Mason's translations; they're faithful without being inflexible.


  6. Ellie (faerieontheshelf) Ellie (faerieontheshelf) says:

    Œuvres complètes PDF ✓ Paperback Œuvres download, complètes kindle, Œuvres complètesŒuvres complètes EpubArthur Rimbaud is one of my favourite poets and that’s that


  7. Amy (Other Amy) Amy (Other Amy) says:

    Œuvres complètes PDF ✓ Paperback Œuvres download, complètes kindle, Œuvres complètesŒuvres complètes EpubAll I can think about this is that Rimbaud's work must really sing in French. Because this ... this is not good. It is not remotely great. This is the ranting of a teenage boy who did not want to grow up, did not want to be responsible. He insults his mother, but he always runs home to her. It seems to me that his reputation mostly rests on his shocking biography and his letters. (Of course, I recognize that timing is everything in literature; when he wrote, much of this must have seemed new and startling as well.)

    Mind you, the makings of greatness are here, but at the time he was writing (from the age of 15 to the age of 20) he did not have the experience to fill it


  8. Jerry Landry Jerry Landry says:

    Œuvres complètes PDF ✓ Paperback Œuvres download, complètes kindle, Œuvres complètesŒuvres complètes EpubRimbaud is one of those literary figures that I find myself coming back to from time to time and always developing a new fascination and affection for.


  9. Alex O& Alex O& says:

    Œuvres complètes PDF ✓ Paperback Œuvres download, complètes kindle, Œuvres complètesŒuvres complètes EpubThis is a wonderful edition of Rimbaud's Complete Works in translation.

    Paul Schmidt, the translator, divides the poems into eight seasons according to the estimated chronology. There is a fine introduction to Rimbaud's work, and there are further introductory notes at the beginning of each season section, providing context to the poems. Rimbaud's letters are placed both throughout the text, and there's a large collection at the end in the eight season. This makes the book read somewhat like a memoir as the reader progresses through the various comments, poems, and letters.

    Among the highlights for me were the sixth season, which includes the A Season in Hell poems, the seventh season, which contains the breathtaking poems Lines, Lives, and C


  10. Brian Brian says:

    Œuvres complètes PDF ✓ Paperback Œuvres download, complètes kindle, Œuvres complètesŒuvres complètes EpubAnother one that disappeared into the Goodreads void. Someone out there in another universe is probably enjoying it now. Anyways, one of my favorites. Makes me feel the way Kafka feels. Expresses deep and powerful emotion through words.


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Œuvres complètes Œuvres complètes PDF ✓ Paperback Œuvres download, complètes kindle, Œuvres complètesŒuvres complètes EpubArthur Rimbaud is remembered as much for his volatile personality and tumultuous life as he is for his writings, most of which he produced before the age of eighteen This book brings together his poetry, prose, and letters, including The Drunken Boat, The Orphans' New Year, After the Flood, and A Season in Hell, considered by many to be his 'Complete Works' is divided into eight seasonsChildhood, The Open Road, War, The Tormented Heart, The Visionary, The Damned Soul, A Few Belated Cowardices, and The Man with the Wind at His Heelsthat reflect the facets of Rimbaud's life Insightful commentary by translator and editor Paul Schmidt reveals the courage, vision, and imagination of Rimbaud's poetry and sheds light on one of the most enigmatic figures in letters.

  • Paperback
  • 384
  • Œuvres complètes
  • Arthur Rimbaud
  • English
  • 09 April 2019
  • 9780060955502

About the Author: Arthur Rimbaud

Œuvres complètes PDF ✓ Paperback Œuvres download, complètes kindle, Œuvres complètesŒuvres complètes EpubFrench poet and adventurer, who stopped writing verse at the age of , and who became, after his early death an inextricable myth in French gay life Rimbaud's poetry, partially written in free verse, is characterized by dramatic and imaginative vision I say that one must be a visionary that one must make oneself a VISIONARY His works are among the most original in the Symbolist movement R.