A Season in Hell/Illuminations

Author: Arthur Rimbaud

Written by Rimbaud at the age of 18 in the wake of his tempestuous affair with fellow poet Paul Verlaine, “A Season in Hell” has been a touchstone for anguished poets, artists, and lovers for more than a century…..Read More

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