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Synonyms for Verlaine

French symbolist poet (1844-1896)

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Six French Poets of the Nineteenth Century: Lamartine, Hugo, Baudelaire, Verlaine, Rimbaud, Mallarme.
English brings these ideas to bear on Verlaine's subversive metrical practice.
Among these are several elegies, the principal ones being to Baudelaire, Edgar Allan Poe, Richard Wagner, Theophile Gautier, and Verlaine, that Mallarme was commissioned to write at various times in his career.
In a series of chapters that are as attentive to the nuances of literary meaning as to those of the contemporary scene, Jean-Nicolas Illouz offers a virtually complete genealogy of the Symbolist movement of 1885-1900: its debts to its precursors, its commingled destiny with that of the Decadent movement--which Illouz argues as being but another branch of a common literary and cultural modernism expressed institutionally by Verlaine's left bank cafe gatherings and Mallarme's right bank Tuesday evenings--, and through affiliation with the Decadents, Symbolism's second parentage of literary Naturalism and Realism.
Marges du premier Verlaine. Romantisme et modernites 71.
von Goethe, English Romantic poets, Paul Verlaine, and Rainer Maria Rilke.
Hay una linea de Verlaine que no volvere a recordar, Hay una calle proxima que esta vedada a mis pasos, Hay un espejo que me ha visto por ultima vez, Hay una puerta que he cerrado hasta el fin del mundo.
Verlaine composed, in 1874, in the prison of Mons (Belgium) his Art poetique, which was soon to become the text-book and Gospel of the young poets of his day.
As conceived and designed by the American soprano Dawn Upshaw, the curriculum is built around a sequence of core seminars, and in Core Seminar I: The Poetry of Goethe, Verlaine, and Dickinson, I work with the students in their first semester at Bard.
Frontman Tom Verlaine is arguably the greatest guitarist ever.