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Rimbaud Versions & Inventions: Still Unilluminated I...

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Berg's extraordinary gifts are devoted, in The Elegy on Hats, to poems mysteriously informed by the work of Charles Baudelaire (the great French master of the prose poem). In Still Unilluminated I..., poems reinvent the work of Arthur Rimbaud. These poems come out of Berg's life and are placed in twenty-first century America, not nineteenth-century Paris. His masters' influence has reminded some of Joyce's use of Homer in Ulysses. That is quite a mouthful, but it is earned. Where Joyce's Ulysses is set in Dublin, Berg is ...

Rimbaud Versions & Inventions: Still Unilluminated I... 2005, Sheep Meadow Press

ISBN-13: 9781931357968

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