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Posted April 20, 2009
Rimbaud Becomes accessible
I've always appreciated the writings of Arthur Rimbaud, but whether in the original French or in tanslation, I've often thrown up my hands at trying to understand his writing. This new translation makes him much more accessible. It is still a challenge reap the full significance of what he writes in some of the prose and poems here. Paul Schmidt has listened to Rimbaud and, in this book, performs the drama of Rimbaud's life in words and phrasing that speak dramatically and intelligibly.
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Posted December 31, 2003