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رامبو وزمن القتلة .


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  1. says:

    I read this book about twenty years ago and was reminded of it this morning by another reviewer on Goodreads.On browsing through this now, I had forgotten how interesting this French poet was and I do believe that Henry Miller has done an admirable job here It is worth having this book purely to read Anthony Burgess introduction if nothing else.I was particularly taken with Burgess statement Anyone looking in his Miller s essay for a detailed critical account of Rimbaud s work, or a study I read this book about twenty years ago and was reminded of it this morning by another reviewer on Goodreads.On browsing through this now, I had forgotten how interesting this French poet was and I do believe that Henry Miller has done an admirable job here It is worth having this book ...


  2. says:

    I like Miller and I love Rimbaud but this whole book was basically like Rimbaud s did this in his life Rimbaud was like this Hey whoa I did that in my life too and I m also like that slobber slobber slobber


  3. says:

    I haven t read anything by either Henry Miller or Arthur Rimbaud I know that must make me sound stupid, but it s the truth, and thought this, a study of Rimbaud by Miller, would be an interesting intro to the both of them I wasn t expecting it to be a perfect companion to nearly all of the thought I had been working through this year, from Nietzsche to Foucault, Freud, and Kristeva, it brought everything together in a blindsiding of interpretation.It s about Rimbaud, butabout his life as I haven t read anything by either Henry Miller or Arthur Rimbaud I know that must make me sound stupid, but it s the truth, and thought this, a study of Rimbaud by Miller, would be an interesting intro to the both of them I wasn t expecting it to be a perfect companion to nearly all of the thought I had been working through this year, from Nietzsche to Foucault, Freud, and Kristeva, it brought everything together in a blindsiding of interpretation.It s about Rimbaud, butabout his life as an example of the trials and travails of the artist thinker in the 19th century Miller is of course quick to point out that things haven t c...


  4. says:

    ONE OF THE BOOKS OF MY LIFE AN ALMOST UNBEARABLY PERSONAL AND EMOTIONALLY CHALLENGING READING EXPERIENCE.


  5. says:

    Perhaps Miller s best work, the only other vying for the prize would be Tropic of Cancer But there s a certain retrospective concision and focus in this book that gives Miller the platform he needs in a way dissimilar and unique to Tropic of Cancer And seeing as almost all his books following Tropic of Cancer and Black Spring are pale shadows of the joy, rebellion, and experimentation of those works, this book stands alone as one of his best for distancing itself from his drained out autobio f Perhaps ...


  6. says:

    Miller writes compellingly, passionately, sometimes hyperbolically, about French poet Arthur Rimbaud, enfant terrible and author of works like A Season in Hell and Illuminations In this text, Miller employs a non academic approach, reflected in the level of generality with which he discusses the poet there are very few lines quoted from Rimbaud s poems, and much of the discussion is imaginative reconstruction of significant times from Rimbaud s biography The essay is a meditation on the signi Miller writes compellingly, passionately, sometimes hyperbolically, about French poet Arthur Rimbaud, enfant terrible and author of works like A Season in Hell and Illuminations In this text, Miller employs a...


  7. says:

    A child prodigy who gives up poetry at the height of his powers when he is eighteen , Rimbaud embarks on a life of adventure selling guns, slaves and coffee Miller identifies with Rimbaud his life as much as his writings I always kind of identified with Miller because I feel a connection for those without a place in the world Rimbaud is Miller s favorite writer, and this book contains some of Miller s best writing.For example And what is the nature of this secret I can only say that i A child prodigy who gives up poetry at the height of his powers when he is eighteen , Rimbaud embarks on a life of adventure selling guns, slaves and coffee Miller identifies with Rimbaud his life as much as his writings I always kind of identified with Miller because I feel a connection for those without a place in the world Rimbaud is Miller s favorite writer, and this book contains some of Miller s best writing.For example And what is the natu...


  8. says:

    Well I laid hand on this book because I was expecting a sort of reflection on Rimbaud s poetry, secondly because I thought the author was Arthur Miller whereas somewhere after fifty pages I figured it was someone else So I felt a bit stupid too Anyway, the book is not a reflection on Rimbaud It s a self reflection facing Rimbaud and to some extent going through what Rimbaud has been living a bo...


  9. says:

    Nothing like a good Henry Miller rant to slide you through the Ides of March Ok, so maybe I finished up with Time of the Assassins a couple weeks ago, but its spiritual and rebellious reverberations haven t settled down inside me yet Ostensibly a 163 page discourse on Arthur Rimbaud, 19th century enfant terrible of French poetry and letters, it saccurately a mirror of Miller s own poetic ideology Read Rant But, hey, I knew that going in And for me, no matter how self absorbed, or ab Nothing like a good Henry Miller rant to slide you through the Ides of March Ok, so maybe I ...


  10. says:

    In Rimbaud, I see myself as in a mirror So writes Henry Miller in his study of French symbolist poet Arthur Rimbaud Not a clinical dissection of Rimbaud but a meditation on the plight of the creative artist in an increasingly ambivalent world.