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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RIMBAUD: The Double Life of a RebelUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Brief but illuminating biography of the troubled and troubling French poet.Jean Nicholas Arthur Rimbaud (1854-91) composed revolutionary verse, carried on a wild, sometimes violent love affair with ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - CBJames - LibraryThing
Athur Rimbaud made a splash on the Paris literary scene, became a scandal, destroyed Paul Verlaine's marriage, revolutionized French poetry and left it all for an obscure post in Northern Africa all ... Read full review