A Season in Hell and Other Works/Une saison en enfer et oeuvres diverses

Overview


This excellently translated collection of witty, sarcastic, and expressive works includes the complete version of Rimbaud's autobiographical A Season in Hell, his entire Illuminations, a large selection of early verse poems, and "The Drunken Boat," considered by many to be his masterpiece.
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Overview


This excellently translated collection of witty, sarcastic, and expressive works includes the complete version of Rimbaud's autobiographical A Season in Hell, his entire Illuminations, a large selection of early verse poems, and "The Drunken Boat," considered by many to be his masterpiece.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780486430874
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publication date: 11/21/2003
  • Series: Dover Dual Language French Series
  • Edition description: English/French Bilingual Edition
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 5.34 (w) x 8.42 (h) x 0.52 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction vii
Une saison en enfer / A Season in Hell
"Jadis, si je me souviens bien" / "In the past, if my memory serves me"
Mauvais sang / Bad Blood
Nuit de l'enfer / Hell's Night
Delires I: Vierge folle / Deliriums I: Foolish Virgin
Delires II: Alchimie du verbe / Deliriums II: Alchemy of Speech
L'impossible / The Impossible
L'eclair / The Lightning Flash
Matin / Morning
Adieu / Farewell
Illuminations / Illuminations
Apres le deluge / After the Flood
Enfance / Childhood
Conte / Tale
Parade / Outside Show
Antique / An Antiquity
Being Beauteous / Being Beauteous
"O la face cendree ..." / "Oh, the ashen face ..."
Vies / Lives
Depart / Departure
Royaute / Royalty
A une raison / To a Reason
Matinee d'ivresse / Morning of Intoxication
Phrases / Sentences
[Fragments] / [Fragments]
Ouvriers / Workmen
Les ponts / The Bridges
Ville / City
Ornieres / Wagon Tracks
Villes (II) / Cities (II)
Vagabonds / Vagabonds
Villes (I) / Cities (I)
Veillees / Evenings
Mystique / Mystical
Aube / Dawn
Fleurs / Flowers
Nocturne vulgaire / Cheap Nocturne
Marine / Seascape
Fete d'hiver / Winter Holiday
Angoisse / Anguish
Metropolitain / Metropolitan
Barbare / Barbarous
Solde / Clearance Sale
Fairy / Fairy
Guerre / War
Jeunesse / Youth
I Dimanche / Sunday
II Sonnet / Sonnet
III Vingt ans / At Twenty
IV
Promontoire / Promontory
Scenes / Theatrical Scenes
Soir historique / Historic Evening
Bottom / Bottom
H / H
Mouvement / Movement
Devotion / Devout Prayer
Democratie / Democracy
Genie / Guardian Spirit
Poesies choisies / Selected Poems in Verse
Les etrennes des orphelins / The Orphans' New Year Gifts
Sensation / Sensation
Soleil et chair / Sun and Flesh
Ophelie / Ophelia
A la musique / To Music
Venus anadyomene / Venus Anadyomene
Les effares / The Awestruck Children
Roman / Romantic Novel
Reve pour l'hiver / Dreamed-of for the Winter
Le dormeur du val / The Sleeper in the Vale
Au Cabaret-Vert / At the "Green Tavern"
La maline / The Sly Minx
Le buffet / The Sideboard
Ma Boheme / My Bohemia
Les corbeaux / The Crows
Les assis / The Sedentary
Tete de faune / Faun's Head
Oraison du soir / Evening Prayer
Mes petites amoureuses / My Little Sweethearts
Accroupissements / Squattings
Les poetes de sept ans / The Seven-Year-Old Poets
Les pauvres a l'eglise / The Poor in Church
Le coeur vole / The Stolen Heart
Les mains de Jeanne-Marie / The Hands of Jeanne-Marie
Voyelles / Vowels
Les premieres Communions / First Communion
Les chercheuses de poux / Women Searching for Lice
Le bateau ivre / The Drunken Boat
Larme / A Tear
La riviere de Cassis / The Stream of Cassis
Comedie de la soif / Comedy of Thirst
Bonne pensee du matin / Kind Thought for the Morning
Bannieres de mai / Banners of May
Chanson de la plus haute tour / Song of the Highest Tower
L'eternite / Eternity
Age d'or / Golden Age
Jeune menage / Young Couple
"Plates-bandes d'amarantes ..." / "Flower Beds of Amaranth ..."
"Est-elle almee?..." / "Is She an Almeh?..."
Fetes de la faim / Feasts of Hunger
"Qu'est-ce pour nous, mon coeur ..." / "What Are They to Us, My Heart ..."
"Entends comme brame ..." / "Hear How It Bellows ..."
Michel et Christine / Michel and Christine
Honte / Shame
Memoire / Memory
"O saisons, o chateaux ..." / "O Seasons, O Castles ..."
Alphabetical List of French Titles of Verse Poems 209
Alphabetical List of French First Lines of Verse Poems 211
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