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Arthur Rimbaud

a.k.a. Jean-Nicolas-Arthur Rimbaud

Author Code: FJAR

Born: Oct. 20, 1854 - Charleville, France

Died: Nov. 10, 1891 - Marseille, France

Rimbaud began writing poetry very early and by the age of thirteen was also composing in Latin. He had already won several prizes for his work and was encouraged by the local schoolteacher. He ran away from home, finally ending up on the streets of Paris. He sent some of his verses to the poet Paul Verlaine, who immediately recognized his talent and invited him to live with him. Rimbaud then composed Le Bateau ivre (The Drunken Boat), which is perhaps his finest poem. Rimbaud and Verlaine then had a tumultuous affair that lasted until Verlaine shot Rimbaud in the hand during a heated argument in 1873. Rimbaud travelled around Europe and held various jobs including French teacher in England and interpreter in Cyprus. In 1886, his prose poems of Les Illuminations was published by the Symbolist periodical La Vogue by Verlaine. Rimbaud's fame was assured, but he had already ceased to write by 1875. He found work with a coffee exporter in Aden and was sent to Harar in Africa in 1880, where he lived until 1891 when he returned to France with a painful tumour on his leg. It turned out to be cancerous and his leg was amputated, but unfortunately the cancer had already spread and he died later that year. Rimbaud's work has had an enormous influence on many writers, artists and musicians, including Dylan Thomas, Picasso, Bob Dylan and Henry Miller to name a few. His other works include Le Soleil Etat Encore Chaud (1866), Poesies (1869-1873), Soleil et Chair (1870), Proses Evangeliques (1872), Une Saison en Enfer (1873) and Lettres (1870-1891).

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FJAR001 Collected Poetry - Volume 1
  The Accursed Cherub
  After The Flood
  The Ancient Beasts
  Anguish
  Antique
  Asleep In The Valley
  At The Green Inn, Five In The Evening
  Barbarian
  Being Beauteous
  Blackcurrant River
  The Blacksmith
  Bottom
  The Bridges
  Brussels
  Childhood
  Cities Vagabonds
  City
  Clearance Sale
  Common Nocturne
  Conclusion
  The Cupboard
  The Customs Men
  Dance Of The Hanged Men
  Dawn
  Dead Of '92
  Democracy
  Departure
  The Drunken Boat
  Drunken Coachman
  Drunken Morning
  Eternity
  Evening Prayer
  Evil
  Fairy
  Faun's Head
  Feasts Of Hunger
  First Communions
  First Evening
  Flowers
  Friends
  From 'The Cupboard'
  Genie
  Golden Age
  Historic Evening
  Hunger
  The Idol
  Jeanne-Marie's Hands
  Lilies
  Lines
  Lips Shut. Seen In Rome
  Lives
  Ma Boheme
  May Banners
  Memory
  Metropolitan
  Movement
  My Bohemian Existence
1866-1874 73 334k eBook Download PDF - 'Collected Poetry - Volume 1' (FJAR001)   Download ePub - 'Collected Poetry - Volume 1' (FJAR001) Find a printed copy of Collected Poetry - Volume 1 by Arthur Rimbaud at AbeBooks
FJAR002 Collected Poetry - Volume 2
  The Famous Victory Of Saarbrucken
  To Music
  My Little Lovelies
  Mystic
  Nina's Reply
  Novel
  O Seasons, O Chateaux
  Obscur Et Fronce
  The Old Guard
  Ophelia
  The Orphans' New Year's Gift
  The Parents
  Paris
  The Parisian Orgy
  Parisian War Song
  Paroxysms Of Caesars
  People In Church
  Pleasant Thought For The Morning
  To The Poet On The Subject Of Flowers
  Poets At Seven Years
  The Poor Man Dreams
  Promontory
  To A Reason
  Romance
  The Rooks
  Royalty
  The Runaways
  Ruts
  Seascape
  The Seekers Of Lice
  Sensation
  Sentences
  The Seven Year Old Poet
  Shame
  Side Show
  The Sideboard
  The Sisters Of Charity
  The Sly One
  Song Of The Highest Tower
  The Song Of The Highest Tower
  The Soul
  Squattings
  Stages
  State Of Siege
  Stolen Heart
  The Stolen Heart
  Stupra II
  Sun And Flesh
  The Sun Has Wept Rose
  Tale
  Tartufe's Punishment
  Tear
  Those Who Sit
  Time Without End
  The Transfixed
  Venus Anadyomene
  Vigils
  Vowels
  What One Says To The Poet On The Subject Of Flowers
  A Winter Dream
  Winter Festival
  Working People
  Young Couple
  Young Greedyguts
  Youth
1866-1874 85 361k eBook Download PDF - 'Collected Poetry - Volume 2' (FJAR002)   Download ePub - 'Collected Poetry - Volume 2' (FJAR002) Find a printed copy of Collected Poetry - Volume 2 by Arthur Rimbaud at AbeBooks

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