Rimbaud: The Double Life of a Rebel
“White’s abiding kinship with Rimbaud gives this restless soul’s well-traveled tale new fire.”—Vanity FairPoet and prodigy Arthur Rimbaud’s brief life was eventful and accomplished, and his daring and visionary poetry continues to shock and captivate modern readers. Edmund White writes with a historian’s eye for detail but also with a genuine personal investment, bringing us closer to the mercurial poet.
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Review: Rimbaud: The Double Life of a RebelUser Review - Jim Wayland - Goodreads
Very enjoyable. I like a scholarly book that isn't afraid to reference James Dean as well as other more "literary" sources. Glad I read this before I read any other bios of Rimbaud. Read full review
Review: Rimbaud: The Double Life of a RebelUser Review - Sorobai - Goodreads
A very nice and concise introduction to the life of one of the greatest french poets. Taked in consideration is also the relatioship of Rimbaud with Verlaine. Read full review