WRITING AND THE PAGE: RIMBAUD, MALLARMÃ‰, VALÃ‰RY
- Was Mallarme' a transcendental philosopher?: The place of literature in the divagations. Schwartz, Stephen Adam // Romanic Review;Jan98, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p89
Comments on the criticism of Stephane Mallarme's texts and literature. How readers perceive Mallarme's literary work; Views on Mallarme's writing style; Questions whether Mallarme was a philosopher; Why Mallarme was treated as a philosopher; Details on Mallarme's literary success.
- Re/Deconstructing the Rimbaud Myth: Kerouac and MallarmÃ©. // AmeriQuests;2014, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p1
The article examines how to objectively disentangle the life and work of French poet Arthur Rimbaud from subjective myths. It discusses how the two myths suggesting that Rimbaud is a bohemian rebel artist and is a Catholic convert, which emerged in the late 19th century, has led to Rimbaud's...
- The Drunken Boat. Rimbaud, Arthur // Literary Review;Spring1984, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p306
Presents the poem "The Drunken Boat," by Arthur Rimbaud.
- The Dispensations of Art: MallarmÃ© and the Fallen Reader. Brooker, Jewel Spears // Southern Review;Winter1983, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p17
The article focuses on symbolist aesthetics. Stephane MallarmÃ© devotes as much attention to creative reading as to creative writing. Obsessed with such matters as the reader's overall function in the aesthetic process and his competence to perform that function, MallarmÃ© refers repeatedly...
- Metaphors of Consciousness In Mallarme. Saldivar, Ramon // Comparative Literature;Winter84, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p54
A critique is presented of the poems "Soupir" and the poetic drama "HÃ©rodiade" by French poet StÃ©phane MallarmÃ©, focusing on his portrayal of subjectivity and consciousness. Irony in poetry, poetic aesthetics, and sexuality in the poems are discussed, as well as desire and allegory in...
- CHAPTER TWO: LANGUAGE, HISTORY, AND THEIR DESTINIES OF INCOMPLETION. Gregg, John // Maurice Blanchot & the Literature of Transgression;1994, p18
Chapter two of the book "Maurice Blanchot and the Literature of Transgression" is presented. It explores Maurice Blanchot's theory of language which was mainly informed by the works of StÃ©phane MallarmÃ©. It highlights the two domains of linguistic activity, the parole brute and the parole...
- A poesia de S. MallarmÃ©. Agostinho, Larissa Drigo // Acta Scientiarum: Language & Culture;Jan-Jun2011, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p31
The poetry of MallarmÃ© is analyzed through a concept crossing all his poetry: the poem constitutes itself as an erasure of everything that is not art, to the benefit of an 'Idea' that guides literature and even formally determines it. HÃ©rodiade, L'aprÃ¨s-midi d'un Faune and Un coup de...
- READING MALLARMÃ‰. Craig, George // Modern Language Review;Jul1983, Vol. 78 Issue 3, p559
This article offers criticism on an unnamed poem and the poem "Autre Ã‰ventail" by Stephen MallarmÃ©, the French symbolist poet. MallarmÃ©, The author looks at order, illusion, and voice in the poetry, while arguing that syntax and punctuation create the illusion of declarative writing....
- THE FRENCH MASTER. Frank, Joseph // New Republic;7/13/53, Vol. 128 Issue 28, p19
The article discusses the book "Mallarme," by Wallace Fowlie Chicago. Whoever has tried to penetrate the arena of modern poetry soon learns that its portals are guarded by a mysterious figure named Stephane Mallarme. Mallarme is imperturbably polite, cour