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by Seth Whidden

Author: Seth Whidden
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Rodopi (March 30, 2007)
Pages: 232 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
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Parnassian poetry on Verlaine’s and Rimbaud’s poems can hardly be overstated

For both Verlaine and Rimbaud, the destabilized situation of the lyric subject is a direct response to and reaction against the traditional modes of subject/object relations that characterized Parnassian poetry. This study’s three parts pursue the lines of questioning opened here. Parnassian poetry on Verlaine’s and Rimbaud’s poems can hardly be overstated.

Whereas previous studies considered isolated aspects of each poet's lyric subject, Leaving Parnassus shows that the situation of the lyric is a source of subversion throughout the poets' entire work, and as such it is crucial to our full understanding of their respective innovations

Whereas previous studies considered isolated aspects of each poet's lyric subject, Leaving Parnassus shows that the situation of the lyric is a source of subversion throughout the poets' entire work, and as such it is crucial to our full understanding of their respective innovations. Скачать (pdf, . 1 Mb) Читать. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Конвертация файла может нарушить форматирование оригинала. По-возможности скачивайте файл в оригинальном формате.

Whereas previous studies considered isolated aspects of each poet's lyric subject, Leaving Parnassus shows that the situation of the lyric is a source of subversion throughout the poets' entire work, and as such it is crucial to our full understanding of their respective innovations. ISBN 13: 9781435600683.

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Devout Rimbauldian scholar Seth Whidden makes a strong case for this, theorizing in his book, Leaving Parnassus: The Lyric Subject in Verlaine and Rimbaud, that ‘all rapport between things which could unite in a structure has disappeared: this world is the inhuman world of schizophrenia. The results of which, we can see in Rimbaud’s final collected works, A Season in Hell and Illuminations.

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He is the author of Leaving Parnassus: The Lyric Subject in Verlaine and Rimbaud and Authority in Crisis in French Literature, 1850–1880

He is the author of Leaving Parnassus: The Lyric Subject in Verlaine and Rimbaud and Authority in Crisis in French Literature, 1850–1880.

Leaving Parnassus: The Lyric Subject in Verlaine and Rimbaud considers how the crisis of the lyric subject in the middle of the nineteenth century in France is a direct response to the aesthetic principles of Parnassian poetry, which dominated the second half of the century much more than critics often think. The poets considered here rebel against the strict confines of traditional and contemporary poetry and attempt to create radically new discursive practices. Specifically, the close readings of poems apply recent studies of subjectivity in poetry and focus on the works of Paul Verlaine and Arthur Rimbaud to see how each subverts the dominant tradition of French poetry in a unique way. Whereas previous studies considered isolated aspects of each poet's lyric subject, Leaving Parnassus shows that the situation of the lyric is a source of subversion throughout the poets' entire work, and as such it is crucial to our full understanding of their respective innovations.