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Arthur Rimbaud – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Arthur Rimbaud Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre. Question book-4.svg Esta página ou secção cita fontes fiáveis e independentes, mas que não cobrem todo o conteúdo, o que compromete a verificabilidade (desde abril de 2010). Por favor, insira mais referências no texto. Material sem fontes poderá ser removido. —Encontre fontes: Google (notícias, livros e acadêmico) Arthur Rimbaud Carjat Arthur Rimbaud 1872 n2.jpg Rimbaud aos 17 anos, retratado por Étienne Carjat, provavelmente em dezembro de 1871 Nome completo Jean-Nicolas Arthur Rimbaud Nascimento 20 de outubro de 1854 Morte 10 de novembro de 1891 (37 anos) Nacionalidade França Francês Influências Lista [Expandir] Influenciados Lista [Expandir] Gênero literário Romance e Drama Movimento literário Simbolismo Magnum opus Uma Temporada no Inferno Jean-Nicolas Arthur Rimbaud (Charleville, 20 de outubro de 1854 — Marselha, 10 de novembro de 1891) foi um poeta francês.[1] Produziu suas obras mais famosas quando ainda era adolescente sendo descrito por Paul James, à época, como "um jovem Shakespeare". Como parte do movimento decadente, Rimbaud influenciou a literatura, a música e a arte modernas. Era conhecido por sua fama de libertino e por uma alma inquieta, viajando de forma intensiva por três continentes antes de morrer de câncer aos 37 anos de idad



W. H. Auden

W. H. Auden Wystan Hugh Auden was born in York, England, in 1907. He moved to Birmingham during childhood and was educated at Christ Church, Oxford. As a young man he was influenced by the poetry of Thomas Hardy and Robert Frost, as well as William Blake, Emily Dickinson, Gerard Manley Hopkins, and Old English verse. At Oxford his precocity as a poet was immediately apparent, and he formed lifelong friendships with two fellow writers, Stephen Spender and Christopher Isherwood. In 1928, his collection Poems was privately printed, but it wasn't until 1930, when another collection titled Poems (though its contents were different) was published, that Auden was established as the leading voice of a new generation. Ever since, he has been admired for his unsurpassed technical virtuosity and an ability to write poems in nearly every imaginable verse form; the incorporation in his work of popular culture, current events, and vernacular speech; and also for the vast range of his intellect, which drew easily from an extraordinary variety of literatures, art forms, social and political theories, and scientific and technical information. He had a remarkable wit, and often mimicked the writing styles of other poets such as Dickinson, W. B. Yeats, and Henry James. His poetry frequently recounts, literally or metaphorically, a journey or quest, and his travels provided rich material for his verse. He visited Germany, Iceland, and China, served in the Spanish Civil war, and in 1939 moved to the United States, where he met his lover, Chester Kallman, and became an American citizen. His own beliefs changed radically between his youthful career in England, when he was an ardent advocate of socialism and Freudian psychoanalysis, and his later phase in America, when his central preoccupation became Christianity and the theology of modern Protestant theologians. A prolific writer, Auden was also a noted playwright, librettist, editor, and essayist. Generally considered the greatest English poet of the twentieth century, his work has exerted a major influence on succeeding generations of poets on both sides of the Atlantic. W. H. Auden was a Chancellor of The Academy of American Poets from 1954 to 1973, and divided most of the second half of his life between residences in New York City and Austria. He died in Vienna in 1973.

Poet: Emily Dickinson - All poems of Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson grew up in a prominent and prosperous household in Amherst, Massachusetts. Along with her younger siter Lavinia and older brother Austin, she experienced a quiet and reserved family life headed by her father Edward Dickinson. In a letter to Austin at law school, she once describe .. .. more >>