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Oeuvres Posthumes De J. F. Ducis: Précédées D'une Notice Sur Sa Vie Et Ses Écrits / Par M. Campenon
Jean-François Ducis, François Nicolas Vincent Campenon
Literary Criticism; European; French; Literary Criticism / European / French
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More than a century after Arthur Rimbaud composed hisIlluminations, they are reborn in John Ashbery's magnificenttranslation. It is fitting that the major American poet since HartCrane and Wallace Stevens should give us this noble version of theprecursor of all three.--Harold Bloom
This is the book that made poetry modern, and John Ashbery's sizzling new translation lets Rimbaud's eerie grandeur burst into English. Finally we have the key to open the door onto these magic Illuminations, and all their 'elegance, knowledge, violence!' This is an essential volume, a true classic.--J. D. McClatchy
To translate from one language into another is to risk losing the force, the soul, of the original. But not in this instance of John Ashberry's splendid version of Rimbaud's Illuminations. "Wise music is missing from our desire," he writes in his English version of the last line of "Conte" ("Tale"), losing neither the substance nor the truth of Rimbaud's great poetry.--Paula Fox, author of Desperate Characters
A marriage divine.--Joy Williams, author of "State of Grace"
Rimbaud sepoch-making poems come through in all their bizarre originality, theirbrusque, unsettling freshness. --John Timpane
This is a landscapenot only of the imagination, but of an imagination that is still affecting usprofoundly. --Charles Rosen
Meticulously faithfulyet nimbly inventive. . . . We are fortunate that John Ashbery has . . .brought to it such care and imaginative resourcefulness. --Lydia Davis
Rimbaud s epoch-making poems come through in all their bizarre originality, their brusque, unsettling freshness. --John Timpane
This is a landscape not only of the imagination, but of an imagination that is still affecting us profoundly. --Charles Rosen
Meticulously faithful yet nimbly inventive. . . . We are fortunate that John Ashbery has . . . brought to it such care and imaginative resourcefulness. --Lydia Davis
Rimbaud 's epoch-making poems come through in all their bizarre originality, their brusque, unsettling freshness. --John Timpane
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Descripción Flammarion, 1993. Estado de conservación: Neuf. Libraire professionnel. Expédition sous 24h. Nº de ref. de la librería 145668C08B00
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Descripción Flammarion, 1993. Mass Market Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M2080705059