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.
- PrÃ©sentation. BONENFANT, LUC; MARSOT, JULIEN // Ã‰tudes FranÃ§aises;2016, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p5
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the authors discuss the issue's theme of the voice in the work of French poet and critic StÃ©phane MallarmÃ©.
- 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...
- Igitur and the Photographer. Bonnefoy, Yves // PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America;May99, Vol. 114 Issue 3, p329
Discusses Stephane Mallarme's odd prose drama of the Hamlet figure, `Igitur', of 1869. Introduction of the translator by Mary Ann Caws; Literature and photography in the life of Stephane Mallarme; Description of the empty room of Igitur; Suggestions of photography as an epiphany of absence;...
- Books, Fans, and MallarmÃ©'s Butterfly. RYZHIK, YULIA // PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America;May2011, Vol. 126 Issue 3, p625
This article reexamines the role of the folding fan in MallarmÃ©'s poetics by placing the fan in the context of its history as an art form, its evolving significance in European and East Asian culture, and its practical materiality as a writing medium. The fan is uniquely important in...
- PURE POETRY. FISHMAN, S.; BROGAN, T. V. F.; CISNEROS, O. // Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry & Poetics 4th Edition;6/2/2012, p1134
A definition of the term "pure poetry" is presented. It refers to a doctrine derived from writer Edgar Allan Poe by French symbolist poets Charles Baudelaire, StÃ©phane MallarmÃ©, and Paul ValÃ©ry. Pure is specifically described as equivalent to absolute. A brief historical overview of...
- Arthur Rimbaud in HarÃ¤r: Images, Reality, Memory. Ben-Dror, Avishai // Northeast African Studies;2014, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p159
This article offers an alternative history of the French poet Arthur Rimbaud (1854-91) and his late nineteenth century life in HarÃ¤r. It introduces Rimbaud not as a poet or humanist who travelled to HarÃ¤r due to his inherent attraction to the exotic Orient, but as a white merchant and...
- The Drunken Boat. Rimbaud, Arthur // Literary Review;Spring1984, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p306
Presents the poem "The Drunken Boat," by Arthur Rimbaud.
- 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...