1 edition of Mallarme ́ found in the catalog.
|Statement||Yves Bonnefoy ...[et al.] ; special editor, Joseph Halpern. --|
|Series||Yale French studies -- no. 54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||229 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||229|
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55 quotes from Stéphane Mallarmé: 'Everything in the world exists in order to end up as a book.', 'A roll of the dice will never abolish chance.', and 'To define is to kill.
To suggest is to create.'. There are two copies of this book in the library (RHQ/ and TQ). The copy pictured on the left was donated to the library as a part of the Randolph Hughes Collection of French and Pre-Raphaelite inside the front cover, and alongside the Hughes'.
PDF Download Frameworks For Mallarme Full Books - PDFBooks - frameworks for mallarme Sun, 26 Apr + Search you book title to read online book for free or download book. Get this from a library. Mallarmé: the politics of the siren.
[Jacques Rancière; Steve Corcoran] -- In this concise and illuminating study, Jacques Rancire, one of the world's most popular and influential living philosophers, examines the life and work of the celebrated nineteenth-century French.
The fiction of the poet: from Mallarmé to the post-symbolist mode / Addressing all readers who value the beauty of language, Anna Balakian examines the work of five twentieth-century poets--Yeats, Valry, Rilke, Stevens, and Guilln--to show how the linguistic richness of the symbolist tradition continued well into the modern period.
Mallarmé's Preface of 'I would prefer that this Note was not read, or, skimmed, was forgotten; it tells the knowledgeable reader little that is beyond his or her penetration: but may confuse the uninitiated, prior to their looking at the first words of the Poem, since the ensuing words, laid out as they are, lead on to the last, with no novelty except the spacing of the text.