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ARTHUR RIMBAUD STUDIES 
  • Rimbaud: Arthur Rimbaud and the Magic of Poetry
  • Arthur Rimbaud: Selected Poems
  • Arthur Rimbaud: A Season in Hell
  • Andre Gide: Fiction and Fervour in the Novels
  • Samuel Beckett Goes Into the Silence
  • In the Dim Void: Samuel Beckett's Late Trilogy
  • Julia Kristeva: Art, Love, Melancholy, Philosophy, Semiotics and Psychoanalysis
  • Luce Irigaray: Lips, Kissing, and the Politics of Sexual Difference
  • Helénè Cixous I Love You: The Jouissance of Writing
  • Cixous, Irigaray, Kristeva: The Jouissance of French Feminism
  • German Romantic Poetry: Goethe, Novalis, Heine, Hölderlin
  • Rilke: Space, Essence and Angels in the Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke
  • Rainer Maria Rilke: Dance the Orange: Selected Poems
  • Hölderlin's Songs of Light: Selected Poems

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    Je vais dévoiler tous les mystères: mystères religieux ou naturels, mort, naissance, avenir, passé, cosmogonie, néant. Je sui maître en fantasmagories.
    Ecoutez!…
    J’ai tous les talents! - Il n’y a personne ici et il y a quelqu’un: je ne voudrais pas répandre mon trésor. - Veut-on des chants nègres, des danses de houris? Veut-on que je disparaisse, que je plonge à la recherche de l’anneau? Veut-on? Je ferai de l’or, des remèdes.
     

    I will unveil all mysteries: religious mysteries or natural, death, birth, the future, the past, cosmogony, nothingness. I am master of phantasmagorias.
    Listen!...
    I have every talent! - There is nobody here and there is someone: I would not like to give out my treasure -Would you like Black songs, houri dances. Would you like me to disappear, to plunge to discover the ring. Would you? I will make gold, and remedies.

    Arthur Rimbaud, from A Season in Hell
     
     
     



     

    Rimbaud

    Arthur Rimbaud and the Magic of Poetry


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    by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    A new study of France's extraordinary 16 year-old genius poet, the ever-rebel who ran away from home, had a debauched, Bohemian relationship with Paul Verlaine, gave up writing poetry at 19, and ended up in Aden gun-running and slave-trading. This book looks at Rimbaud's theory of poetics; his famous 'seer letter'; his ecstatic lyrical voice; his early works; the famous 'Le Bateau ivre'; and his two amazing mythopœic statements: Illuminations and A Season in Hell.

    Jeremy Robinson's books include Glorification: Religious Abstraction in Renaissance and 20th Century Art (1990), Arthur Rimbaud (1992), Lawrence Durrell (1995) and Detonation Britain: Nuclear War in the UK (1997). He edits two magazines, Passion and Pagan America (a journal of American poetry).
     

    European Writers Series  With notes and bibliography  115pp  ISBN 1-871846-56-0     £14.99 / $22.99
     

      On Arthur Rimbaud's life and work


     
     

    Arthur Rimbaud:

    Morning of Ecstasy: Selected Poems


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    edited and translated by Andrew Jary
     

    These new versions of searing lyricism will delight lovers of poetry. Jary has selected the most representative pieces by the whirlwind poet, including 'The Drunken Boat', 'Memory', and healthy chunks of A Season in Hell and Illuminations. Jary has produced clear, unfussy translations of Rimbaud's fiery verse. With the French text.
    For a time, when he was a teenager until he was 19, art was crucial for the psychic well-being of the restless Arthur Rimbaud (1854-1891). The young would-be rebel Rimbaud escaped from the bland provincial town of Charleville in Northern France to wander the streets of Paris in poverty. After writing his Illuminations and A Season in Hell, some of the most extraordinary poems of all world literature, Rimbaud renounced it all for a hellish and apparently boring life in Aden. 'Mortel, ange ET demon, autant dire Rimbaud,' as Rimbaud's lover, Paul Verlaine wrote ('Mortal, angel AND demon, that is to say Rimbaud'.)

    Illustrated, with a newly revised text for this edition.

    European Writers Series   Notes, illustrations & bibliography.  120pp   ISBN 9781861713650     £7.99 / $11.99
     
     

    MATINEE D'IVRESSE

    O mon Bien! O mon Beau! Fanfare atroce où je ne trébuche point! Chevalet féerique! Hourra pour l’œuvre inouïe et pour le corps merveilleux, pour la première fois! Cela commença sous les rires des enfants, cela finira par eux. Ce poison va rester dans toutes nos veines même quand, la fanfare tournant, nous serons rendu à l’ancienne inharmonie. O maintenant nous si digne de ces tortures! rassemblons fervemment cette promesse surhumaine faite à notre corps et à notre âme créés: cette promesse, cette démence! L’élégance, la science, la violence! On nous a promis d’enterrer dans l’ombre l’arbre du bien et du mal, de déporter les honnêtetés tyranniques, afin que nous amenions notre très pur amour. Cela commença par quelques dégouts et cela finit, - ne pouvant nous saisir sur-le-champ de cette éternité, - cela finit par une débande de parfums.
     Rire des enfants, discrétion des esclaves, austérité des vierges, horreur des figures et des objets d’ici, sacrés soyez-vous parle souvenir de cette veille. Cela commençait par toute la rustrerie, voici que cela finit par des anges de flamme et de glace.
     Petite veille d’ivresse, sainte! quand ce ne serait que pour le masque dont tu nous as gratifié. Nous t’affirmons, méthode! Nous n’oublions pas que tu as glorifié hier chacun de nos âges. Nous avons foi au poison. Nous savons donner notre vie tout entière tous les jours.
     Voici le temps des ASSASSINS.
     

    (O my Good! O my Beautiful! Atrocious fanfare where I do not stumble! Enchanted rack! Hurrah for the extraordinary work and for the wondrous body, for the first time! This began with the laughter of children, and it will end there. This poison will stay in all our veins even when, fanfare revolving, we return to the old discord, O now we are worthy of these tortures! let us fervently bring together again this superhuman promise made to our created bodies, our souls: this promise, this madness! Elegance, science, violence! they promised us they would bury in a shadow the tree of good and evil, and send away tyrannical honesty, so that we could bring forth our very pure love. It all began with some disgust and ended, - as we could not seize eternity on the spot - it ended with a rout of perfumes.
    Laughter of children, discretion of slaves, austerity of virgins, horror of figures and objects from here, make sacred the memory of that night. It began in total loutishness, and here it ends with angels of fire and ice.
    Little night of ecstasy, holy! if only for the mask you bequeathed to us. We affirm you, method! We will not forget that you glorified all our epochs yesterday . We have faith in poison. We will give our lives entirely every day.
    This is the time of the ASSASSINS.)

    (Arthur Rimbaud, 'Matinee d'ivresse' ['Morning of Ecstasy'])
     

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    Arthur Rimbaud: A Season in Hell


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    edited and translated by Andrew Jary

    A new translation of Arthur Rimbaud's extraordinary poetic statement, written in 1873. The sensual, violent and anguished emotion in Rimbaud's visionary 'alchemy of the word' remains startling, and continues to inspire poets. Printed with the French text facing the translation.
    Arthur Rimbaud is the tornado of world poetry. He out-blasts just about every other poet. For poets, he is more significant than the so-called 'founding fathers' or influential philosophers of modern times: Marx, Freud, Nietzsche and Einstein. For poets, he is 'everybody's favourite hippy', a Communard, a 'precursor of the current movement of subversion of Western notions of self, society, and discourse', and a savage mystic.
     
     

    The book has been newly revised.

    European Writers Series   Notes, illustrations & bibliography.  104pp

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    O saisons, ô châteaux!
    Quelle âme est sans défauts?

    J'ai fait la magique étude
    Du bonheur, qu'aucun n'élude.

    Salut à lui, chaque fois
    Que chante le coq gaulois.

    Ah! je n'aurai plus d'envie:
    Il s'est chargé de ma vie.

    Ce charme a pris âme et corps
    Et dispersé les efforts.

    O saisons, ô châteaux!

    L'heure de sa fuite, hélas!
    Sera l'heure du trépas.

    O saisons, ô châteaux!

    Cela s'est passé. Je sais aujord'hui saluer la beauté.

    [O seasons, o castles! What soul is flawless? I have made the magic study of happiness, which no one eludes. Salute to it, each time the Gallic cock sings. Ah! I will have no more desires: it has taken over my life. This charm has taken soul and body and broken up my efforts. O seasons, o castles! The hour of its flight, alas! It will be the hour of death. O seasons, o castles! That is gone. Today I know how to salute beauty.]

    (Arthur Rimbaud, from A Season in Hell)

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    From where she lies she sees Venus rise. On. From where she lies when the skies are clear she sees Venus rise followed by the sun. Then she rails at the source of all life. On. At evening when the skies are clear she savours its star's revenge. At the other window. Rigid upright on her old chair she watches for the radiant one. Her old deal spindlebacked kitchen chair. It emerges from out the last rays and sinking ever brighter is engulfed in its turn. On. She sits on erect and rigid in the deepening gloom.

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    Walking, dancing, pleasure: these accompany the poetic act. I wonder what kind of poet doesn’t wear out their shoes, writes with their head. The true poet is a reveller. Poetry is about travelling on foot and all its substitutes, all forms of transportation.

    (Hélène Cixous, from Three Steps on the Ladder of Writing)
     

    One cannot bear to spend a Season in Paradise without crying out in instant nostalgia: never will we have the strength to endure such intoxicating agony a second time. If we had what we will never have - time to live this day over again - there are so many others desirable and each is the most beautiful one. It is superhuman torture. We do not know how, simply, to bear it. We weep for joy.

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    Since at least Hölderlin, poetic language has deserted beauty and meaning to become a laboratory where, facing philosophy, knowledge, and the transcendental ego of all signification, the impossibility of a signified or signifying identity is being sustained. If we took this venture seriously - if we could hear the burst of black laughter it hurls at all attempts to master the human situation, to master language by language - we would be forced to re-examine "literary history', to rediscover beneath rhetoric and poetics its unchanging but always different polemic with the symbolic function.

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    Geh unter, schöne Sonne, sie achteten
     Nur wenig dein, sie kannten dich, Heilg, nicht,
      Denn mühelos und stille bist du
       Über den mühsamen aufgegangen.

    Mir gehst du freundlich unter und auf, o Licht!
     Und wohl erkennt mein Auge dich, herrliches!
      Denn göttlich stille ehren lernt’ ich
       Da Diotima den Sinn mir heilte.

    O du desHimmels Botin! wie lauscht ich dir!
     Dir, Diotima! Liebe! wie sah von dir
      Zum goldnen Tage dieses Auge
       Glänzend und dankend empor. Da rauschten

    Lebendiger die Quellen, es athmeten
     Der dunkeln Erde Blüthen mich liebend an,
      Und lächelnd über Silberwolken
       Neigte sich seegnend herab der Aether.
     

    (Go down, then, lovely sun, for but little they
     Regarded you, nor, holy one, knew your worth,
      Since without toil you rose, and quiet,
       Over a people for ever toiling.

    To me, however, kindly you rise and set,
     O glorious light, and brightly my eyes respond,
      For godly, silent reverence I
       Learned when Diotima soothed my frenzy.

    O how I listened, Heaven’s own messenger,
     To you, my teacher! Love! How to the golden day
      These eyes transfused with thanks looked up from
       Gazing at you. And at once more living

    The brooks began to murmur, more lovingly
     The blossoms of dark Earth breathed their scent at me
      And through the silver clouds a smiling
       Aether bowed down to bestow his blessing.)

    (Friedrich Hölderlin, "Geh unter, schöne Sonne, sie achteten")


     




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    B.D. Barnacle taught English in Paris until 1980. He now teaches in Oxford. His books include John Donne (1978), The Victorian Novel: Bronte, Dickens, Eliot, Hardy (1984), Shakespeare (Crescent Moon, 1992) and Rilke (Crescent Moon, 1993).
     
     

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    It is not enough for two people to recognize each other, it is enormously important for them to find each other at the right time and celebrate together deep and quiet festivals in which they can grow together in their desires.

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    Inside a rose your bed stands, beloved. Your very self
    (oh, I the swimmer against the current of fragrance)
    I have lost. As to my life before now
    these (from outside uncountable) three times three months are,
    so, beaten inward, not till then shall I be. All at once,
    two millennia before that new creature
    whom we enjoy when the touching begins,
    suddenly: faced with you, I am born, in the eye.

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    Hölderlin's Songs of Light: Selected Poems


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    by Friedrich Hölderlin

    translated by Michael Hamburger and edited  by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    The German Romantic poet Friedrich Hölderlin (1770-1843) is one of the very greatest poets of any era. Hölderlin's poetry is airy, radiant and incredibly lyrical. This selection features many of his best odes, poems and hymns, from the whole span of his career. Michael Hamburger is a respected poet and critic. He has translated Rilke, Celan and Goethe, among others, as well the whole of Hölderlin's poetry. Hamburger's awards include The Schlegel-Tieck Prize, the Goethe Medal and the European Translation Prize.

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    TO DIOTIMA

    Beautiful being, you live as do delicate blossoms in winter,
     In a world that's grown old hidden you blossom, alone.
    Lovingly outward you press to bask in the light of the springtime,
     To be warmed by it still, look for the youth of the world.
    But your sun, the lovelier world, has gone down now,
     And the quarrelling gales rage in an icy bleak night.

              (Friedrich Hölderlin, 'To Diotima')
     
     
     



     
     

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  • Rimbaud: Arthur Rimbaud and the Magic of Poetry
  • Arthur Rimbaud: Selected Poems
  • Arthur Rimbaud: A Season in Hell
  • Andre Gide: Fiction and Fervour in the Novels
  • Samuel Beckett Goes Into the Silence
  • In the Dim Void: Samuel Beckett's Late Trilogy
  • Julia Kristeva: Art, Love, Melancholy, Philosophy, Semiotics and Psychoanalysis
  • Luce Irigaray: Lips, Kissing, and the Politics of Sexual Difference
  • Helénè Cixous I Love You: The Jouissance of Writing
  • Cixous, Irigaray, Kristeva: The Jouissance of French Feminism
  • German Romantic Poetry: Goethe, Novalis, Heine, Hölderlin, Schlegel, Schiller
  • Rilke: Space, Essence and Angels in the Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke
  • Rainer Maria Rilke: Dance the Orange: Selected Poems
  • Hölderlin's Songs of Light: Selected Poems


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