YAR! Illustrates Rimbaud

Carroll, Sean Morrissey
December 2008
Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature & Fine Arts;Winter/Spring2009, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p251
Academic Journal
This article discusses U.S. artist YAR! and his illustration of French poet Arthur Rimbaud's work "A Season in Hell." The article mentions modernity, industrial society, postmodernism, and the political and cultural climate of 19th century France. Also mentioned is Paul Verlaine, who was romantically involved with Rimbaud.


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