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Author: Arthur Rimbaud

Poet of "logical revolts," of sexual freedom, inveterate modernist, Symbolist, and inspiration to beatniks, conceptual artists and punks, Arthur Rimbaud wrote some of the most enduring poems of world literature. His career lasted all of five years, between 1870-1875, toward the end of which he wrote his most famous poems in prose, "Une Saison en enfer" (A SEASON IN HELL, Green Landtern Press, 2010) and "Illuminations." He is the author of FESTIVALS OF PATIENCE: THE VERSE POEMS OF ARTHUR RIMBAUD (Kenning Editions, 2021).

A Season in Hell
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A Season in Hell

Green Lantern Press

Poetry. Bilingual Edition. Translated from the French by Nick Sarno. A new translation of the groundbreaking work of French Symbolism, this collection features color plates by the artist Gerald Bacasa. Printed in an edition of 500 with silkscreen co...

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Festivals of Patience: The Verse Poems of Arthur Rimbaud
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Festivals of Patience: The Verse Poems of Arthur Rimbaud

Kenning Editions

Poetry. LGBTQIA Studies. Translated by Brian Kim Stefans. Poet of "logical revolts," of sexual freedom, inveterate modernist, Symbolist, and inspiration to beatniks, conceptual artists and punks, Arthur Rimbaud wrote some of the most enduring poems ...

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