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  • One day he was chatting with Paul Verlaine in Paris and the next with George Bernard Shaw in London.

    Things Fall Apart

  • To try to find out, I spoke with two acclaimed poets in their own right who recently published new translations of French poetry: Karl Kirchwey's translation of Paul Verlaine's "Poems Under Saturn" (Princeton) and John Ashbery's version of Arthur Rimbaud's "Illuminations" (Norton).

    Foreign to Familiar, Essence Intact

  • Perhaps its most concise expression is Paul Verlaine's "Art Poetique": "Seek that which is vague and dissolves in air, that which has nothing weighty or imposing…not colors, but rather half-tones."

    Incarnating the World Within

  • To try to find out, I spoke with two acclaimed poets in their own right who recently published new translations of French poetry: Karl Kirchwey's translation of Paul Verlaine's "Poems Under Saturn" (Princeton) and John Ashbery's version of Arthur Rimbaud's "Illuminations" (Norton).

    Foreign to Familiar, Essence Intact

  • Such works were praised by Symbolist writers who considered them visual counterparts of the poetry of Paul Verlaine, Stéphane Mallarmé and Maurice Maeterlinck.

    Vision

  • Having left high school at the age of sixteen in order to earn a living, Elie Cohen taught himself law and literature and read the French poets, Victor Hugo, Paul Verlaine and Paul Valéry.

    Liliane Atlan.

  • Paul Verlaine was delighted with Rimbaud's antisocial antics, which recalled to him his own younger excesses before his marriage.

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  • Such works were praised by Symbolist writers who considered them visual counterparts of the poetry of Paul Verlaine, Stéphane Mallarmé and Maurice Maeterlinck.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • He adopted the ideas of French symbolists like Paul Verlaine; the Romanticism of Victor Hugo; and the metrical experiments of Edgar Allan Poe.

    John Lundberg: Stumbling Upon One Of The World's Most Important Poets

  • Translated from mon rêve familier by Paul Verlaine

    I often have this dream « Jahsonic

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