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- (Jean Ni·co·las) Ar·thur [zhahn nee-kaw-lah ar-tyr] /ʒɑ̃ ni kɔˈlɑ arˈtür/, 1854–91, French poet.
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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.
I already feel the breath of failure on my neck, aware that Rimbaud published his first immortal poem at 15.Juvenilia: A Bibliography
February 15, 2010
Rimbaud had nothing nice to say about it, having lived much of his life around there.A Novel That's the Best Medicine
February 11, 2009
Rimbaud, when right, is so because he cannot be bothered to exist in any other modality.
The actual writing of poetry has advanced little or not at all since Rimbaud.
There are possible grounds for comparisons of like sort between Rimbaud and Czanne.
But Rimbaud has not exhausted his idyllic moods or capacities in one poem.
One has no instant of doubt here, nor, I think, in any line of any poem of Rimbaud's.
- Arthur (artyr). 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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