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Stéphane Mallarmé (1842–1898)

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Stéphane Mallarmé, 1842 - 1898 French poet Stéphane Mallarmé was born in Paris. His father and grandfather expected him to follow in the family tradition of French civil service but he didn't do well in school. Mallarmé began writing at a young age under the influence of Charles Baudelaire. vis mere After Mallarmé left school, he went to England and while there he got married. He was a schoolteacher from 1864 until his retirement in 1893. His first poems started appearing in magazines during the 1860's. He wrote his first important poem "L'Azur" and it was published when he was twenty-four years old. His most famous work is "L'Apres-Midi D'un Faune" (1865), and was inspired by Debussy's tone poem of the same name (1894) and illustrated by the famous painter Manet. Some of his other notable works are "Herodiade" (1896), and "Toast Funebre," which was written in memory of the author Theopile Gautier. Mallarmé spent his life putting his literary theories into practice by writing his Grand oeuvre (Great Work). On September 9, 1898, Mallarme died without completing this work. His experimental poem "Un Coup De Des" was published posthumously in 1914. (Bowker Author Biography) vis mindre
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Poems (1965) 472 eksemplarer
Collected Poems (1994) 253 eksemplarer
Selected Poetry and Prose (1982) 176 eksemplarer
Selected Poems (1957) 144 eksemplarer
A Tomb for Anatole (1974) 99 eksemplarer
Œuvres complètes (1998) 73 eksemplarer
Divagations (1943) 62 eksemplarer
The afternoon of a faun (1976) 44 eksemplarer
Mallarme in Prose (2001) 36 eksemplarer
Versi e prose (1951) 29 eksemplarer
The Book (2018) 22 eksemplarer
Poésies et autres textes (2005) 18 eksemplarer
Racconti indiani (1995) 17 eksemplarer
Oeuvres complètes, volume 2 (2003) 14 eksemplarer
Igitur ou A Loucura de Elbehnon (1974) 13 eksemplarer
Antología (1991) 11 eksemplarer
Correspondance: (1854-1898) (2019) — Forfatter — 7 eksemplarer
Pages choisies (1954) 7 eksemplarer
Sämtliche Gedichte 7 eksemplarer
Sonnets (2002) 6 eksemplarer
Correspondance : II (1965) 5 eksemplarer
Brinde Funebre E Outros Poemas (2012) 5 eksemplarer
Vers de circonstance (1996) 4 eksemplarer
Ecrits sur l'art (1998) — Forfatter — 4 eksemplarer
Prosas (1987) 4 eksemplarer
Herodías (1896) 4 eksemplarer
Recueil de "nursery rhymes" (1964) 3 eksemplarer
Les Loisirs de la poste (1998) 3 eksemplarer
Correspondance: 1862-1871 (1959) 3 eksemplarer
Mallarmé et le symbolisme (1963) 3 eksemplarer
Blanco Sobre Negro (1997) 2 eksemplarer
Obra Poética (Tomo II) (1993) 2 eksemplarer
Correspondance : III (1969) 2 eksemplarer
Correspondance (1984) — Forfatter — 2 eksemplarer
Wybór poezji (1980) 2 eksemplarer
Poemas em Prosa (2022) 2 eksemplarer
Correspondance (1983) — Forfatter — 2 eksemplarer
Correspondance (1985) — Forfatter — 2 eksemplarer
Dos poemas dramáticos (1972) 2 eksemplarer
Correspondance. Tome 8/11 : 1896 (1983) — Forfatter — 1 eksemplar
Correspondance. Tome 7/11 : Juillet 1894 - Décembre 1895 (1982) — Forfatter — 1 eksemplar
Correspondance. Tome 6/11 : Janvier 1893 - Juillet 1894 (1981) — Forfatter — 1 eksemplar
Herodias (1981) 1 eksemplar
Poesía francesa 1 eksemplar
Poemas esenciales 1 eksemplar
Correspondance: 1862-1891 (1981) — Forfatter — 1 eksemplar
Crise de Versos 1 eksemplar
Fragmentos Sobre El Libro (2002) 1 eksemplar
OBRA POETICA (2013) 1 eksemplar
divagations extraits (1969) 1 eksemplar
Bacanje kocke 1 eksemplar
Utvalgte tekster (1983) 1 eksemplar
Pages choisies 1 eksemplar
Poésies. Poésies 1 eksemplar
Lettera a Verlaine 1 eksemplar
詩集 1 eksemplar
Oeuvres (1993) 1 eksemplar
Paunovo popodne 1 eksemplar
Homenagem a Vasco da Gama (1998) 1 eksemplar
Ποιήματα (1999) 1 eksemplar
Pages (French Edition) (2017) 1 eksemplar
散文詩篇 1 eksemplar
Poésies: Stéphane Mallarmé (1998) 1 eksemplar
Lettres à Méry Laurent (1996) 1 eksemplar
Pesme 1 eksemplar
on fashion 1 eksemplar
Dvorac nade 1 eksemplar
MALLARME OEUVRE EN PROSE (2012) 1 eksemplar
マラルメ詩集 (岩波文庫) (1963) — Forfatter — 1 eksemplar
Poesia 38 1 eksemplar
Arthur Rimbaud 1 eksemplar
Poesies et un Poeme 1 eksemplar
Poesia e prosa 1 eksemplar
青空 (2017) 1 eksemplar

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World Poetry: An Anthology of Verse from Antiquity to Our Time (1998) — Bidragyder — 447 eksemplarer
Critical Theory Since Plato (1971) — Bidragyder, nogle udgaver397 eksemplarer
Tomorrow's Eve (1886) — Bidragyder, nogle udgaver233 eksemplarer
Great French Short Stories (1946) — Bidragyder — 72 eksemplarer
The Second Dedalus Book of Decadence the Black Feast (1992) — Bidragyder — 48 eksemplarer
Debussy : Prelude to "the afternoon of a faun" (1970) — Bidragyder — 41 eksemplarer
Translations (1997)nogle udgaver32 eksemplarer
Decadence and Symbolism: A Showcase Anthology (2018) — Bidragyder — 8 eksemplarer

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blaueswild | Nov 22, 2023 |
This is an excellent translation of Mallarme's collected poems. It provides an entry into the poet's world for those who are not fluent in the French language.
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jwhenderson | Feb 21, 2023 |
These carefully-curated writings span from 1863-97.

“Apparition” (1863) establishes him as an obvious genius right out of the gate. Some of its heart-rending imagery includes “vaporous flowers,” “dying violins,” “white sobs,” “the perfume of sadness,” and “white bouquets of perfumed stars.” (That last one is its final line, and you can see how it seamlessly brings together three topics used previously in the poem.)

The next year, he picked up right where he left off with “The Azure” (1864), which is tumultuously exciting. This homage to the blue canopy lurking above us culminates alarmingly with
“It travels ancient through the fog, and penetrates
Like an unerring blade your native agony;
Where flee in my revolt so useless and depraved?
For I am haunted! The Sky! The Sky! The Sky! The Sky!”

The translation of “Sigh” (1864) somewhat reconfigures it, boldly taking it from 10 lines to 14 while keeping the same approximate number of words. The translator, Frederick Morgan, manages to brilliantly tease out some rhymes (“sky” & “eye,” “leaves” & “cleave”) that weren’t necessarily set up to rhyme in the original structure. I’m guessing this is why he decided to mold the clay on the way that he did. I can’t recall ever seeing this done before.

The enigmatic and dreamlike effort “Lace Passes Into Nothingness…” (1884) could be called ambient poetry. Its pacing and precision brings to my mind Emily Dickinson.

The collection concludes spectacularly with the avant-garde “Dice Thrown Never Will Annul Chance” (1895), using an array of font sizes and text splashed across the pages to truly throw the gauntlet down. This proto-Dadaist splurge, superior to Ginsberg’s “Howl” in my opinion, even has its own two-page preface, by Mallarmé himself.

This book presents each poem except for “Dice…” in French on the left pages and English on the right. (The prose is only given in English.) Evidently Mallarmé’s writing style is challenging to translate, as fifteen different translators were recruited, each giving his or her own twist to each item, so it helps to know a good bit of French, as I luckily do.

As Eliot, Baudelaire, and Neruda did to me some years ago, this slim book has rekindled my love of the written word and fired up my imagination to levels that should be illegal. It’s that great. Now to acquire everything this guy ever put to paper…

RIYL: Baudelaire, Neruda, Shakespeare’s sonnets, Jim Morrison, 1980s gothic rock / ethereal wave lyricists
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YESterNOw | 2 andre anmeldelser | Aug 25, 2022 |
Inclui o livreto "Un coup de dés jamais n'abolira le hasard".
 
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