Arthur Rimbaud

Arthur Rimbaud: Selected full-text books and articles

Une Saison en Enfer: A Season in Hell; Les Illuminations: The Illuminations By Arthur Rimbaud; Enid Rhodes Peschel Oxford University Press, 1974
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Classics Revisited By Kenneth Rexroth New Directions, 1986
Rimbaud: Sophist of Insanity By Ormsby, Eric New Criterion, Vol. 19, No. 10, June 2001
The Prose Poem as Puzzle: Letter Patterns in Rimbaud's "Mystique" By Bordeau, Catherine Romance Notes, Vol. 48, No. 2, Winter 2008
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'Patrouillotisme' and 'Thierroisme' in Rimbaud's 'Democratie' By Hervy, Evelyne The Modern Language Review, Vol. 94, No. 4, October 1999
Cyclopedia of World Authors By Dayton Kohler; Frank N. Magill Harper & Row, 1958
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