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Collected poems

Author: Arthur Rimbaud; Martin Sorrel
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2001.
Series: Oxford world's classics (Oxford University Press)
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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From the Publisher: Rimbaud is the enfant terrible of French literature, the precocious genius whose extraordinary poetry is revolutionary in its visionary, hallucinatory content and its often liberated forms. He wrote all his poems between the ages of about fifteen and twenty-one, after which he turned his back on family, friends, and France to roam the world. In his final years he was a trader in the Horn of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Named Person: Arthur Rimbaud; Arthur Rimbaud; Arthur Rimbaud
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Rimbaud; Martin Sorrel
ISBN: 0192833448 9780192833440
OCLC Number: 46433987
Language Note: Parallel text in French and English.
Description: xxxvi, 337 pages ; 20 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Note on the text and translation --
Select bibliography --
Chronology of Arthur Rimbaud --
Collected Poems: Poems, 1869-1871--
Orphans' New Year gifts --
First night --
Sensation --
Blacksmith --
Sun and skin --
Ophelia --
Hanged men dance --
Tartufe's punishment --
Venus emerging --
Nina answers back --
To music --
Wide-eyed --
Romance --
Dead of '92 and '93 --
Evil --
Caesars' rage --
Winter dream --
Asleep in the valley --
At the Green Inn, five pm --
Cunning --
Centre: the Emperor --
Dresser --
My Bohemia (fantasy) --
Crows --
Seated --
Customs men --
Tortured heart --
Paris war-cry --
My little lovebirds --
Squatting down --
Parisian orgy, or Paris filling up again --
Hands of Jeanne-Marie --
Sisters of Charity --
Just man --
Seven-year-old poets --
Poor people in church --
What the poet is told on the subject of flowers --
First Communions --
Drunken boat --
Lice-seekers --
Faun's head --
Evening prayers --
Vowels --
Star's wept --
Poems From Album Zutique: Lilies --
Sealed lips --
Fete galante --
I was sitting --
In spring, no doubt --
Progress, big baby --
Stupidities 1: young glutton --
Stupidities 2: Paris --
Stupidities-second series: 1 drunken coachman --
Old lady's old men! --
State of siege? --
Broom --
Exiles --
Damned cherub --
On summer nights --
To my bedside reading --
Saturnian hypotyposes, ex-Belmontet --
Remembrances of senility --
Recollection --
Child who picked up bullets --
Stupra: Idol. Arsehole sonnet --
Our buttocks --
Once, animals spewed --
Last Poems: What do they mean to us --
Memory --
Tear --
Blackcurrant River --
Comedy of thirst --
Lovely morning thought --
Festivals of patience: Banners of May --
Song from the highest tower --
Eternity --
Golden age --
Young couple --
Michael and Christine --
Flowerbeds of amaranth --
Does she dance? --
Festivals of Hunger --
O seasons, o chateaux --
Hear the bellow --
Shame --
Mess-room by night --
Deserts of love --
Fragments according to the Gospel. Season in Hell: Once, if I remember well --
Bad blood --
Night in Hell --
First delirium-Foolish virgin-Infernal bridegroom --
Second Delirium-Alchemy of the Word --
Impossible --
Lightning --
Morning --
Farewell --
Illuminations: After the flood --
Childhood --
Tale --
Parade --
Antique --
Being beauteous --
O the ashen face --
Lives --
Departure --
Royalty --
To a reason --
Morning of drunkenness --
Phrases --
Phrases --
Workers --
Bridges --
City --
Ruts --
Cities [1] --
Tramps --
Cities [2] --
Vigils --
Mystical --
Dawn --
Flowers --
Vulgar nocturne --
Seascape --
Winter festival --
Anguish --
Metropolitan --
Barbaric --
Sale --
Fairy --
Youth --
War --
Promontory --
Scenes --
Historic evening --
Bottom --
H --
Movement --
Devotions --
Democracy --
Genie --
Explanatory notes --
Index of titles --
Index of first lines.
Series Title: Oxford world's classics (Oxford University Press)
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: Arthur Rimbaud ; translated with an introduction and notes by Martin Sorrel.
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