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This new translation of Rimbaud is the first in English to include the fragments and a "Found Poem" in English. Notes and commentary along with a life-chronology and "selected further media" assist the reader in delving into these darkly brilliant visions.
RIMBAUD: THE WORKS is the first new English version of this poet’s work in 25 years. It contains all of his extant work from 1869 to 1875.
The book is laid out in four parts. PART ONE contains "A Season In Hell" (1873) along with Delmore Schwartz’s perceptive introduction (out of print for over half a century). PART TWO contains all the poetry and prose pieces composed between 1869 and 1875, including THE DRUNKEN BOAT, the "Album Zutique" and the fragments called “Bribes” first published by Gallimard in 1954. PART THREE consists of "Illuminations" (c. 1872–74) with a brief preface culled from Enid Starkie´s ARTHUR RIMBAUD. "Illuminations" is lineated according to the author’s manuscript (published in facsimile with facing print text by Editions Bibliothèque de l’Image 1998) and the order of the text is that of the manuscript.
A set of notes for each section defines obscure geographic, linguistic, historical, and mythological allusions found in the text.
PART FOUR presents a chronology of the poet’s life, followed by selected commentary from Aldous Huxley, William H. Gass, Marie-Louise von Franz, Paul Verlaine, Jefferson Humphries, Bertrand Mathieu, Sean Lennon, and Ralph Vaughan Williams, among others. A guide to selected further media (books, music, CD-ROM, video, and film) is also included.
[Aside from "Illuminations," which is based on the manuscript copy, the French texts utilized for the translation were those of Gallimard (ed. Forestier) and Flammarion (ed. Steinmetz).]Cover portrait and frontispiece of Rimbaud plus three illustrations by Alexia Montibon.