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Title: Entre dentelle et fragment: évolution de la tactique du vide rimbaldienne de la Saison aux Illuminations
Other Titles: Between Lace and Fragment: an evolution of Rimbaud’s Tactic of Emptiness from A Season in Hell to Illuminations
Authors: Hammoudi, Rafika
Keywords: Arthur Rimbaud; French poetry; 19th century French literature; A Season in Hell, Illuminations; tactic of emptiness
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: "Quêtes littéraires" 2017, nº 7, s. 51-60
Abstract: A Season in Hell and Illuminations both of these collections are considered as masterpieces of Rimbaud’s poetry. Whereas A Season in Hell is presented as his artistic testimony, Illuminations, on the other hand, is considered by critics as an abstruse writing, an enigma. Acknowledging critical scholarship on this topic, as well as inherent differences of both collections, this article will show that a link could be found between these two works. This thread, which creates what we would like to call Rimbaud’s embroidery, was created by himself through silence and words. That is this will of Rimbaud for both works and the readers that we will discuss here, a strategy that we have named: Tactic of Emptiness.
ISSN: 2084-8099
Appears in Collections:Quêtes littéraires, 2017, No 7: Le silence en mots, les mots en silence

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