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Rimbaud

Arthur . 1854--91, French poet, whose work, culminating in the prose poetry of Illuminations (published 1884), greatly influenced the symbolists. A Season in Hell (1873) draws on his tempestuous homosexual affair with Verlaine, after which he abandoned writing (aged about 20) and spent the rest of his life travelling
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El tono grave y furioso de la poesia de Rimbaud responde mas a su sangre que a su edad; si el hubiese querido seguir escribiendo, como de seguro le hubiera pasado tambien a Rossini en el campo de la musica--otro ejemplo de agotamiento y abandono prematuros--, las palabras hubieran seguido siendo fieles al modelo, firmemente adheridas a su instinto.
Rimbaud also jettisons his erstwhile enthusiasm for rock'n'roll's revolutionary potential, an element of The Last of the Hippies that now 'greatly embarrasses' him (p12).
En varios la letra no es la de Rimbaud y estudios posteriores han demostrado que se trata de la de Nouveau; por algo Breuil esgrime su tesis con tal celo.
What is more, the biographical criticism on Rimbaud overwhelmingly ignores the second half of his very short life, when he was a merchant in Africa and his drive to make money altogether eclipses any thought of poetry or love.
Les variations de trimetres et de tetrametres ne se prevoient pas; aussi, la metrique capricieuse s'aligne avec le manifeste du poete: il faut, ecrit Rimbaud "un long, immense et raisonne dereglement de tous les sens.
Rather than some fleshy, unregenerate prison entombing the "soul" of the poet, where the soul (as it may appear in a certain, no doubt overly simplified, iteration of the Parnassian imaginary in which Rimbaud was steeped) (7) would be the very marker or guarantor of the substantial and intentional specificity of the lyrical subject, (8) the body in the early Rimbaldian corpus forms the site of emergence for a radically material poetics.
Libertine Rimbaud, hashish smoker, absinthe drinker, forwent authorship as useless and set off for Africa never to write again.
The firm Etablissements Rimbaud owns a building in France.
Sin duda, como advierte el propio Rimbaud al final de la carta con que los envia (6 de mayo de 1883), por la mala calidad del agua que utilizo para lavarlos.
Thus we find in Rabearivelo's work the metaphor of the colonizer--the French patron--reflecting the work of Baudelaire, Rimbaud, Laforgue, and Mallarme.
Rimbaud becomes a graceful symbol of what is truly sacred in life; he offers a kind of divinity devoid of dogma and corruption.