Rimbaud and spatial history

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 1988 Number 5

Rimbaud and spatial history
Kristin Ross, pages -

Abstract

A close reading of some of Rimbaud’s poetry and other writings, taking as its starting point Berthold Brecht’s description of Rimbaud as a traveller. Ross looks at Rimbaud’s extensive use of geography in his poems, considering his relationship to the Parnassians, the architect Elisee Reclus and the geographer Vidal de la Blanche. She looks at the development of geography as a discipline, at round-the-world expeditions in the wake of Jules Verne’s Around the World in Eighty Days, and at the formation of geographical societies and journals in France in the late nineteenth century.

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Kristin Ross (1988) Rimbaud and spatial history, New Formations, 1988(5), -

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