Iluminaciones



Iluminaciones Las Iluminaciones, De Jean Arthur Rimbaud, Fueron Escritas Entre 1873 Y 1875 Se Publicaron Por Primera Vez En Cinco Entregas En El Peri Dico De Los Simbolistas La Vogue, En 1886 No Es Posible Pensar La Poes A Del Siglo XX Sin El Aporte De Este Peque O Pero Significativo Libro, Que Junto Con Las Poes As Y Una Temporada En El Infierno Revolucionar A El Modo De Concebir La Escritura E Influir A Decisivamente En Las Primeras Vanguardias, Especialmente En El Surrealismo La Obra De Rimbaud, Al Igual Que Las De Lautr Amont, Mallarm , Jarry Y Verlaine, Implica Un Quiebre Radical Con El Romanticismo Y El Realismo Decimon Nicos A Partir De Ellos Nace Una Nueva Concepci N De La Literatura, Cuyas Consecuencias Ser N Apreciadas M S Tarde Con La Cr Tica, Con La Reflexi N De Barthes, Blanchot Y Camus, Entre Otros Escritores.

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  • Paperback
  • 103 pages
  • Iluminaciones
  • Arthur Rimbaud
  • Spanish
  • 07 April 2018
  • 9505630093

10 thoughts on “Iluminaciones

  1. Florencia says:

    YouthI SundayWhen homework is done, the inevitable descent from heaven and the visitation of memories, and the session of rhythms invade the dwelling, the head and the world of the spirit A horse scampers off along the suburban turf and the gardens and the wood lots, besieged by the carbonic plague Somewhere in the world, a wretched melodramatic woman is sighing for unlikely desertions.Desperadoes are languishing for storms, drunkenness, wounds Little children are stifling curses along the r ...

  2. Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Illuminations, Arthur RimbaudIlluminations is an incompleted suite of prose poems by the French poet Arthur Rimbaud, first published partially in La Vogue fr , a Paris literary review, in May June 1886 The texts were reprinted in book form in October 1886 by Les publications de La Vogue under the title Les Illuminations proposed by the poet Paul Verlaine, Rimbaud s former lover In his preface, Verlaine explained that the title was based on the English word illuminations, in the sense of colou Illuminations , Arthur RimbaudIlluminations is an incompleted suite of prose poems by the French poet Arthur Rimbaud, first published partially in La Vogue fr , a Paris literary review, in May June 1886 The texts were reprinted in book form in October 1886 by Les publications de La Vogue under the title Les Illuminations proposed by the poet Paul Verlaine, Rimbaud s former lover In his preface, Verlaine explained that the title was based on the English word illuminations, in the sense of coloured plates, and a sub title that Rimbaud had already given the work Verlaine dated its composition between 1873 and 1875.English version, DawnI embraced the summer dawn.Nothing yet stirred on the face of the palaces The water is dead The shadows still camped in the woodland road I walked, waking quick warm breaths, and gems looked on, and wings rose without a sound.The first venture was, in a path already filled with fresh, pale gleams, a flower...

  3. Alejandro Saint-Barthélemy says:

    Despite my love for Rimbaud s poetry and intelligence painfully high IQ, if you care about these things , and my knowledge of him actually, because of it I d like to state something it is virtually impossible to read Rimbaud today in a critical or subjective manner any, because his books and life have been so studied and examined by so many that you cannot shake off this feeling of win win towards his poetry Let me explain myself Rimbaud could get away with the most obscure and perso Despite my love for Rimbaud s poetry and intel...

  4. Steven Godin says:

    Illuminations remains one of the most compelling, influential and groundbreaking works of literature I ve ever encountered And yes, I am also staggered that this was written by somebody so young.Concise and expansive, fluid and intrica...

  5. Jonfaith says:

    The clouds gathered over the open sea which was formed of an eternity of warm tears.There was obviously a time when Rimbaud was an aspiration, an impoverished goal, one brocaded with the lice with which one can toss upon the clergy Allah, of course, had other plans I did read a number of fawning books and I maintained the posture for a while That is a but a memory Steeped perhaps in patchouli and cigar smoke.It was thus strange to return to the poet after a few decades I was encouraged ea The clouds gathered over the open sea which was formed of an eternity of ...

  6. Rodney says:

    I feel a little about Ashbery translating Rimbaud the way I did about Pavement once closing a show with two Velvet Underground covers With both, there s a touching tip of the hat to one s roots, but also a little bit of giving the game away Not that either has to worry about the charge of being derivative if anything, Ashbery s Rimbaud soundslike elegant, bittersweet, cast off mot juste Ashbery than it does the Johnny Rotten of French lit , but the effects that made each stand out from I feel a little about Ashbery translating Rimbaud the way I did about Pavement once closing a show with two Velvet Underground covers With both, there s a touching tip of the hat to one s roots, but also a little bit of giving the game away Not that either has to worry about the charge of being derivative if anything, Ashbery s Rimbaud soundslike elegant, bittersweet, cast off mot juste Ashbery than it does the Johnny Rotten of French lit , but the effects that made each stand out from...

  7. Jon(athan) Nakapalau says:

    Haunting and surreal resonates in the hollowness we all try to fill.

  8. Tosh says:

    I think what s amazing here is that a magnificent American Poet John Ashbery at the age 83 or something like that translated the great poetry of Arthur Rimbaud, whose poems were written when he was in his teens The ultimate teenage rebel icon touched by the grand poet of American letters, whose work is still controversial and has a bite One wonders what took so long The truth is in this book, well, kind of Rimbaud will always be this cloud that floats above us It is there to be captured an I think what s amazing here is that a magnificent American Poet John Ashbery at the age 83 or something like that translated the great poetry of Arthur Rimbaud, whose poems were written when he was in his teens The ultimate teenage rebel icon touched by the grand poet of American letters, whose work...

  9. Zanna says:

    Either Rimbaud is a bit like a popular brand of salty yeast extract or I have no poetic sensibility at all Oh well.

  10. David Lentz says:

    The mark of an extraordinary writer to me has always had something to do with whether the writer s genre was enhanced by the writer This is a tall order, I know, but the very best writers change the way that their genre is perceived Rimbaud s prose poems challenged the traditonal style of the Romantics who wrote before him He brought a sharp, new incandescence, a flaring literary reality, a breakthrough perception to poetry expressed by his point of view His stirring soul is seared by his ep The mark of an extraordinary writer to me has always had something to do with whether the writer s genre was enhanced by the writer This is a tall order, I know, but the very best writers change the way that their genre is perceived Rimbaud s prose poems challenged the traditonal style of the Romantics who wrote before him ...

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