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Flux and Reflux : Ambivalence in the Poems of Arthur Rimbaud

Preface by ETIEMBLE

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"In brief, there is someone who has read Rimbaud!... A translator of Rimbaud, Mrs. Peschel has therefore, in one sense at least, read him much better than I, who nevertheless knew him by heart, between twenty and thirty years of age. Thanks to Freud, she proposes a more than plausible interpretation of that oracular ambivalence to which Rimbaud owes more than to his genius his survival as a god of protean forms; as a devil also, whose name is Legion." (Etiemble)


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Flux and Reflux : Ambivalence in the Poems of Arthur Rimbaud

Flux and Reflux : Ambivalence in the Poems of Arthur Rimbaud

"In brief, there is someone who has read Rimbaud!... A translator of Rimbaud, Mrs. Peschel has therefore, in one sense at least, read him much better than I, who nevertheless knew him by heart, between twenty and thirty years of age...

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Title Flux and Reflux : Ambivalence in the Poems of Arthur Rimbaud
Edition First Edition
By (author) Enid RHODES PESCHEL
Preface by ETIEMBLE
ISSN 0073-2397
Issue 162
Language Anglais
Publisher Librairie Droz
Title First Published 01/1/1977
 
Format Paperback/softback
ISBN-13 978-2-600-03554-5
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9782600035545
Reference no. 15-162
Publication Date 01/1/1977
Nb of pages 0 - 140
Dimensions 15.2 x 22.200001 cm
Weight 280 gr
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