Definition of Rimbaud
1. Noun. French poet whose work influenced the surrealists (1854-1891).
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Literary usage of Rimbaud
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1. The Book of Masks by Remy de Gourmont (1921)
"ARTHUR Rimbaud JEAN NICOLAS ARTHUR Rimbaud was born at Charleville, October 20, ... After the little misunderstanding which separated them, Rimbaud roved ..."
2. Instigations of Ezra Pound: Together with an Essay on the Chinese Written by Ezra Pound, Ernest Francisco Fenollosa (1920)
"ARTHUR Rimbaud (1854-1891) Rimbaud'S first book appeared in '73. His complete poems with a preface by Verlaine in '95. Laforgue conveys his content by ..."
3. The Symbolist Movement in Literature by Arthur Symons (1919)
"ARTHUR Rimbaud THAT story of the Arabian Nights, which is at the same time a ... La Vie de Jean- Arthur Rimbaud is full of curiosity for those who have been ..."
4. Some Modern French Writers: A Study in Bergsonism by Gladys Rosaleen Turquet-Milnes, Henri Bergson (1921)
"And yet if he persists in seeing in Rimbaud an angelic spirit, ... It may be that Claudel sees in Rimbaud a Claudel who has turned out badly. ..."
5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"From this time Rimbaud had a palace in the town of Harrar, and intrigued with ... Meanwhile, in 1886, believing Rimbaud to be dead, Verlaine had published ..."
6. The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"From documents which were first produced in 1002 it appears that from 1883 to 1889 Rimbaud was in close relations with the Ras Makonnen and with Menelek, ..."