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 - Michael Soros - Goodreads
Strictly speaking this is not a biography of Rimbaud nor does White claim it to be. In fact he recommends the best biographies in English and French in his bibliography. He also states clearly that he ... Read full review
Review: Rimbaud: The Double Life of a RebelUser Review - Marsha - Goodreads
Mr. White has undertaken the task of dissecting and probing the elusive nature of Arthur Rimbaud, a progenitor of Surrealism and one of the influences behind the Decadent era. The book is thorough ... Read full review