Rimbaud

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  • Rimbaud is also a writer and media critic, multi-media artist and record producer.
  • By then Rimbaud had given up writing in favour of a steady, working life.
  • I'd been reading him [Rimbaud] when I got the original idea.
  • It is the only work that was published by Rimbaud himself.
  • Rimbaud's poems were the first works of free verse seen by the French public.
  • Arthur Rimbaud used the same title for one of his poems.
  • Rimbaud was also involved in various relationships while he was composing these writings.
  • He is best known as the father of the poet, Arthur Rimbaud.
  • Rimbaud's relationship with Nouveau remains mysterious because of the lack of information about their life together.
  • Apparently, as he learned languages, Rimbaud kept lists of words he wished to use in poems.
  • He was also interrogated about his correspondence with Rimbaud and the nature of their relationship.
  • All lyrics on the album were based on the poetry of Arthur Rimbaud.
  • No poem by Arthur Rimbaud was included in any of the three volumes.
  • Rimbaud's life and works have inspired many musicians.
  • The writer she admired most was the 19th century French poet Arthur Rimbaud.
  • In anger, Rimbaud burned his manuscripts and likely never wrote poetry again.
  • In France, where his poetry had a large following, he was known as the "black American Rimbaud."
  • One of his early influences was the work of Arthur Rimbaud.
  • In Illuminations, Rimbaud seems to protest almost everything the society in which he lives has to offer.
  • The two spent the following year together in London, with Rimbaud visiting Charleville twice.
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Meaning of Rimbaud

  • noun French poet whose work influenced the surrealists (1854-1891)