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But far and away the biggest problem was the later, turncoat Rimbaud, the angel who amputated his own wings.
Imagine, then, standing on this wind-swept height as Rimbaud did, almost out of your mind with the sheer power of your mind.
Long abandoned by her husband, Madame Rimbaud—or Widow Rimbaud, as then she insisted on being called—is another piece of work.
I already feel the breath of failure on my neck, aware that Rimbaud published his first immortal poem at 15.Juvenilia: A Bibliography|Eric Puchner|February 15, 2010|DAILY BEAST
Arthur Rimbaud is one of many poets who looks different in his “complete works” than in his slim volumes.Best of Brit Lit|Peter Stothard|April 23, 2009|DAILY BEAST
Tailhade has painted his "Vieilles Actrices" at greater length, but smiling; Rimbaud does not endanger his intensity by a chuckle.
Rimbaud in that poem identifies himself more or less with the child and its feeling.
Rimbaud's effects seem often to come as the beauty of certain silver crystals produced by chemical means.
Like Chatterton, like Rimbaud, Haggart came into the full possession of his talent while still a child.A Book of Scoundrels|Charles Whibley
I confess I prefer Laforgue, who at his most cryptic is never so wildly tantalising as Rimbaud.Ivory Apes and Peacocks|James Huneker