(como prostitutas), a cidade, fenômenos irracionais (delírios, sonhos, narcóticos e álcool), e às vezes Mathilde Mauté became Verlaine's wife in 1870. 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Although widely regarded as a major French poet—to the effect that towards the end of his life he was sobriquetted as "Le Prince des Poètes" (The Prince of Poets) in the French-speaking world—surprisingly very few of Verlaine's major works have been translated in their entirety (vs. selections therefrom) into English. U početku je pripadao parnasovskoj Å¡koli. Depois de sair da prisão, Verlaine viajou novamente para Inglaterra, onde trabalhou por alguns Entre os mais ilustres estão Henri Fantin-Latour, Afrikaans; Mauté tornou-se sua esposa em 1870. Verlaine was a frequenter of the salon of the Marquise de Ricard[2] (Louis-Xavier de Ricard's mother) at 10 Boulevard des Batignolles and other social venues, where he rubbed shoulders with prominent artistic figures of the day: Anatole France, Emmanuel Chabrier, inventor-poet and humorist Charles Cros, the cynical anti-bourgeois idealist Villiers de l'Isle-Adam, Théodore de Banville, François Coppée, Jose-Maria de Heredia, Leconte de Lisle, Catulle Mendes and others. La famiglia di Verlaine appartiene alla piccola borghesia: il padre, come anche quello di un altro grande futuro poeta, Arthur Rimbaud, era capitano nell'esercito. Paul-Marie Verlaine (Franse fonetiese uitspraak: |vɛʁlɛn(ə); 30 Maart 1844 – 8 Januarie 1896) was 'n Franse digter wat geassosieer word met die Simbolisme en Dekadentisme.Hy word beskou as een van die grootste verteenwoordigers van die Dekadentisme in internasionale- en Franse poësie. ), francuski pjesnik. Esta página foi editada pela última vez às 17h06min de 3 de outubro de 2020. Como Paul Verlaine morreu em Paris com 52 anos de idade,a 8 de janeiro de 1896, e foi enterrado no [citation needed], Verlaine returned to Paris in August 1871, and, in September, he received the first letter from Arthur Rimbaud, who admired his poetry. Painting by Henri Fantin-Latour (1872) (on the left Verlaine und Arthur Rimbaud) Drawing of Arthur Rimbaud by Paul Verlaine Cabinet Card Portrait by Otto Wegener. Les Poèmes érotiques homosexuels de Verlaine , Classiques H&O poche, Béziers, H&O, 2005 ISBN 2-84547-107-6 . francês que aconteceu entre 1880 e o começo da Primeira Guerra Mundial), que foi Esses poetas iriam, de vez em quando, compartilhar temas correspondentes Much of the French poetry produced during the fin de siècle was characterized as "decadent" for its lurid content or moral vision. [7] Paul Verlaine, född 30 mars 1844 i Metz, död 8 januari 1896 i Paris, var en fransk poet som bidrog till symbolismens framväxt. Verlaine's last years saw his descent into drug addiction, alcoholism, and poverty. Nascido em Metz, Verlaine frequentou o Liceu Bonaparte (atual Liceu Condorcet), em Paris, Vários artistas pintaram o seu retrato. e foi esconder-se no Pas-de-Calais. He lived in slums and public hospitals, and spent his days drinking absinthe in Paris cafés. Paul Verlaine er franskur rithöfundur og skáld fæddur 30. mars 1844 í Metz og lést í Paris 8. janúar 1896. Antonio de La Gandara, Eugène Carrière, Frédéric Cazalis, e He spoke of veils and nuance and implored poets to "Keep away from the murderous Sharp Saying, Cruel Wit, and Impure Laugh." usou a expressão poète maudit ("poeta maldito") em 1884 para se referir a um número de poetas I remember his translating Paul Verlaine in a burst of enthusiasm like this -- L'Art poétique was after all an expression of his own beliefs about poetry.[17]. Along with Verlaine, Mallarmé, Rimbaud, Paul Valéry, Albert Samain and many others began to be referred to as "Symbolists." foi inicialmente influenciado pelo parnasianismo e seu líder, Charles Leconte de Lisle. Inga böcker av honom översattes till svenska under 1900-talet, han var knappt ens representerad i några svenska antologier. Paul Marie Verlaine (30. märts 1844 Metz – 8. jaanuar 1896 Pariis) oli prantsuse luuletaja, keda peetakse kogu Euroopa sümbolistliku kirjanduse üheks suuremaks iidoliks. Arthur Rimbaud. Paul-Marie Verlaine, (Metz, 30. ožujka 1844.- Pariz, 18. siječnja 1896. em frente a plateias atraíram admiração, e em 1894 ele foi eleito "Príncipe dos Poetas" de França. Paul Verlaine, ki fèt 30 mas 1844 nan Metz epi ki mouri 8 janvye 1896 nan Pari , se yon ekriven ak powèt franse Biyografi Zèv li yo Zèv powetik Rekèy nan vè. Muito da poesia francesa produzida durante o fin de siècle (fim do século - movimento cultural [8] Verlaine was devastated when Létinois died of typhus in 1883. Por sorte, o amor à arte dos franceses foi capaz de lhe dar apoio e alguma ajuda Paul Verlaine est un écrivain et poète français né à Metz (Moselle) le 30 mars 1844 et mort à Paris le 8 janvier 1896 . Paul-Marie Verlaine (født 30. marts 1844 i Metz, Frankrig, død 8. januar 1896 i Paris, Frankrig) var en fransk digter.. Bibliografi. Translated by Richard Robinson. Paul-Marie Verlaine sinh ở Metz.Bố là kỹ sÆ° xây dá»±ng trong quân đội, mẹ xuất thân từ một gia đình nông dân khá giả.Năm 1851 gia đình ông chuyển về Paris.Năm 1855 Verlaine vào học trường Lycée Bonapart ở Paris và đã bộc lộ sá»± say mê thÆ¡ ca. Pol discramiaedje des årtikes avou l' mot « Verlinne », loukîz cial. financeira: as suas poesias antigas foram redescobertas, o seu estilo de vida e estranho comportamento Verlaine ficou devastado quando januar 1896) var ein fransk diktar knytt til symbolismen.Han er rekna som ein av dei største representantane for fin de siècle-litteratur. Mas com a publicação do Manifesto Simbolista de Lehen poema-liburuak, Poèmes saturniens (1866, Saturnoren poemak), parnasianismoaren eraginpean eginak dira. Paul Verlaine (n.30 martie 1844 — d. 8 ianuarie 1896) a fost un poet francez.El aparține curentului simbolist și este unul dintre cei mai citiți dintre poeții francezi. Paul Verlaine se je rodil leta 1844 v družini častnika.Å tudiral je pravo, postal uradnik pariÅ¡kega magistrata in se posvečal književnemu delu.Leta 1870 se poročil, vendar že 1871 zapadel vplivu mladega Rimbauda in z njim odÅ¡el v Belgijo in Anglijo.Leta 1873 je Rimbauda v prepiru s streli iz piÅ¡tole ranil, bil obsojen in zaprt. Translated by Donald Revell. Ele viveu em bairros pobres e hospitais públicos, e passava os dias a beber absinto em cafés Mathilde Mauté. "Romances sans paroles" foi o resultado poético deste período. Verlaine's first published poem was published in 1863 in La Revue du progrès, a publication founded by poet Louis-Xavier de Ricard. Among the admirers of Verlaine's work was the, His relationship with Rimbaud was dramatised in the 1964 Australian TV play, Guitarist, singer and songwriter Tom Miller (better known as, The time Verlaine and Rimbaud spent together was the subject of the 1995 film, This page was last edited on 20 December 2020, at 17:44. futuro promissor. [9] Claude Debussy set to music Clair de lune and six of the Fêtes galantes poems, forming part of the mélodie collection known as the Recueil Vasnier; he also made another setting of Clair de lune, and the poem inspired his Suite bergamasque. In poetry, the symbolist procedure—as typified by Verlaine—was to use subtle suggestion instead of precise statement (rhetoric was banned) and to evoke moods and feelings through the magic of words and repeated sounds and the cadence of verse (musicality) and metrical innovation. Paul Verlaine, portrét z roku 1893 V devadesátých letech byla na trh uvedena řada Verlainových prací buď jako reedice starÅ¡ích sbírek, nebo z nové tvorby básnické ( Ženy, Å těstí, Píseň pro ni, Intimní liturgie, V limbech ) i prozaické (vzpomínková kniha Mé nemocnice, Čtrnáct dní v Holandsku ). dirigido por Agnieszka Holland e com roteiro de Christopher Hampton, baseado na sua peça, Verlaine voltou a Paris em agosto de 1871 e, em setembro, recebeu a primeira carta do poeta While in England he produced another successful collection, Sagesse. Paul-Marie Verlaine, (Metz, 30. ožujka 1844.– Pariz, 8. siječnja 1896. Verlaine escapou das mortais lutas de rua conhecidas como Semana Sangrenta, ou Semaine Sanglante, Paul Verlaine. by Paul Verlaine. Na proclamação da Terceira República no resultado indireto desse acidente, Verlaine foi preso e encarcerado em Mons, onde ele experimentou Born in Metz, he was educated at a lycee in Paris and then took up a post in the civil service. Sunny Lou Publishing, 2020. Here's a list to help track those known to exist. O tempo que Rimbaud e Verlaine passaram juntos foi o tema do filme Total Eclipse (1995), Following his release from prison, Verlaine again traveled to England, where he worked for some years as a teacher, teaching French, Latin and Greek, and drawing at a grammar school in Stickney in Lincolnshire. However, the people's love for his art was able to resurrect support and bring in an income for Verlaine: his early poetry was rediscovered, his lifestyle and strange behaviour in front of crowds attracted admiration, and in 1894 he was elected France's "Prince of Poets" by his peers. anos como professor e produziu outra obra de sucesso, Sagesse. Paul Verlaine (e walon, På Verlinne), c' esteut on powete francès Verlinne et l' Walonreye. Ele foi enterrado em Paris no cemitério de Batignolles.[3]. Verlainen alkoholin ja häväistysjuttujen sävyttämä yksityiselämä vaikutti hänen runouteensa. Numerous artists painted Verlaine's portrait. mesmo ano, Verlaine juntou-se ao 160º batalhão da Guarda nacional, e tornou-se Communard em 18 de março de 1871. de Rimbaud. Biography. sister projects: Wikipedia article. Paul-Marie Verlaine (/vɛərˈlɛn/;[1] French: [vɛʁlɛn(ə)]; 30 March 1844 – 8 January 1896) was a French poet associated with the Symbolist movement and the Decadent movement. Verlaine described his typically decadent style in great detail in his poem "Art Poétique," describing the primacy of musicality and the importance of elusiveness and "the Odd." Voltou a França em 1877 e, In Wikipedia. Paul Verlaine (March 30, 1844-January 8, 1896) is one of the greatest and most popular of French poets. Vingt-sept biographies de poètes et littérateurs, «Hoje na História: 1873 - Poeta Paul Verlaine é condenado por atirar em Rimbaud», https://pt.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Paul_Verlaine&oldid=59509014, !Artigos que carecem de notas de rodapé desde junho de 2012, !Artigos que carecem de notas de rodapé sem indicação de tema, Atribuição-CompartilhaIgual 3.0 Não Adaptada (CC BY-SA 3.0) da Creative Commons. As an indirect result of this incident, Verlaine was arrested and imprisoned at Mons,[4] where he underwent a re-conversion to Roman Catholicism, which again influenced his work and provoked Rimbaud's sharp criticism.[5].