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Songs without words / by Paul Verlaine ; translated by Donald Revell.

Title
Songs without words / by Paul Verlaine ; translated by Donald Revell.
Author
Verlaine, Paul, 1844-1896
Publication
Richmond, Calif. : Omnidawn Pub., 2013.

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Additional Authors
  • Revell, Donald, 1954-
  • Verlaine, Paul, 1844-1896.
  • Woodberry Poetry Room (Harvard College Library). Collections, repository. poe
Description
93 p.; 23 cm.
Summary
Songs without words (Romances sans paroles) is the book in which, unabashedly, Paul Verlaine becomes himself and, in so doing, becomes the iconic poet of the French nineteenth century. A book of musical sequences, it seeks and finds exquisite purity of expression, best exemplified by "Il pleure dans mon coeur," the most famous and most inimitable of all French lyric poems.
Uniform Title
Romances sans paroles. English.
Alternative Title
Romances sans paroles.
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Translations
Note
  • Poems.
  • Translation of: Romances sans paroles.
Bibliography (note)
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Language (note)
  • In English and French.
Processing Action (note)
  • committed to retain
Contents
Romances sans paroles = Songs without words. Ariettes oubliées = Forgotten showtunes ; Paysages belges = Belgian landscapes ; Birds in the night ; Aquarelles = Watercolors.
ISBN
  • 9781890650872
  • 1890650870
OCLC
  • 829739035
  • SCSB-12839162
Owning Institutions
Harvard Library