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Verlaine

Paul . 1844--96, French poet. His verse includes Po?mes saturniens (1866), F?tes galantes (1869) and Romances sans paroles (1874). He was closely associated with Rimbaud and was a precursor of the symbolists
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The second part of the study ("Les Metres") is a detailed examination of Verlaine's verse, metre by metre.
Generations of readers have disparaged the literary capacity of Paul Verlaine in the 1880s during a period Main Buisine terms the poet's "descente aux enfers" (Verlaine: Histoire d'un corps, 1995).
Segun vimos en el primer poema, el tema es el de los "limites" que lo privan de aquello a lo que antes accedia: "una linea de Verlaine", "una calle proxima", "un espejo", "una puerta", "alguno entre los libros de su biblioteca".
We use a semester's worth of classes to delve deeply into the work of three poets--Goethe, Verlaine, and Dickinson--and to examine the ties between these poets and the composers who were inspired to set their poems.
Huysmans, Gustave Flaubert, Maurice Barres, Octave Mirbeau, Paul Verlaine and Charles Baudelaire.
The intricate, interweaving guitars trading between Tom Verlaine and Richard Lloyd heralded a new era, where musicians were unafraid to bring intelligence to their playing style.
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The doomed tug of love between Paul Verlaine, Arthur Rimbaud and Verlaine's wife Mathilde is boldly told in the Citizens' tiny Circle, as part of the Glasgay!