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Paul Verlaine

If all “art,” as Walter Pater wrote, “constantly aspired towards the health of music,” Verlaine, impatiently rejecting the thought of a circuitous way to perfection, wanted his poetry to become music. Indeed, the fantastic French poet opened up his “Artwork poétique” using the laconic order: “De la musique avant toute …

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