Among the most ambitious works that Stéphane Mallarmé attempted, these poems—reflections on the death of his eight-year-old son—remain a moving reading experience and reveal a side to the poet largely unknown. This en-face translation, based on a recent text established in the Pléiade Mallarmé, is preceded by a substantial introduction.
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About the Author
Stéphane Mallarmé was a French poet and critic famous for gathering intellectuals in his home to discussion poetry, art, and philosophy. Patrick McGuinness is a poet whose work has appeared in The Independent, PN Review, Poetry Wales, and Leviathan.