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The writer's mysterious life and death, no less than...
The writer's mysterious life and death, no less than the book itself, captured the imagination os surrealists. Jarry, Modigliani, Verlaine and others hailed it as a work of genius. Andre Gide wrote, 'Here is something that excites me to the point of delirium,' and Andre Breton described the book as 'the expression of a total revelation which seems to surpass human capacities'.
This volume also contains a translation of the epigrammatic Poesies.
Maldoror and Poems Introduction to Maldoror
Introduction to Poems