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A Tomb for Anatole

It was the death of his son Anatole that ... affect[ed] [Mallarme] ... deeply and that inspired him to attempt a major work. Of this work, never completed, 202 fragments remain. ..." This is one of the most moving accounts," [Paul] Auster notes in his introduction, "of a man trying to come to grips with modern death--that is to say, death without God, death without hope of salvation--and it reveals the secret meaning of Mallarme's entire aesthetic: the elevation of art to the stature of religion."--North Point PressDonated by Prabu Vasan.

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  • "It was the death of his son Anatole that ... affect[ed] [Mallarme] ... deeply and that inspired him to attempt a major work. Of this work, never completed, 202 fragments remain. ..." This is one of the most moving accounts," [Paul] Auster notes in his introduction, "of a man trying to come to grips with modern death--that is to say, death without God, death without hope of salvation--and it reveals the secret meaning of Mallarme's entire aesthetic: the elevation of art to the stature of religion."--North Point PressDonated by Prabu Vasan."@en

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  • "Tekstuitgave"
  • "Gedichten (teksten)"
  • "Genres littéraires"
  • "Vertalingen (vorm)"

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  • "For en grav til Anatole"
  • "Pour un tombeau d'Anatol"
  • "A tomb for Anatole"
  • "Pour un tombeau d'Anatole. [The text of manuscript notes inspired by the death of Mallarmé's son.] Introduction de Jean-Pierre Richard. [With portraits.]"
  • "Pour un Tombeau d'Anatole. [Notes and sketches for an unfinished poem occasioned by the death of the author's son, Anatole]"
  • "Pour un tombeau d'Anatole"
  • "A Tomb for Anatole"
  • "A Tomb for Anatole"@en
  • "Graf voor Anatole"