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Topic - Arthur Rimbaud
At 15, he was considered a genius, "model-meek and compliant - eerily so." At 17, his poetry shocked and dazzled the French literary world; at 21, he had stopped writing; at 37, he was dead. Every French-speaking student studies the poetry of Arthur Rimbaud and is familiar with his scandalous love affair with fellow poet Paul Verlaine.
But he reminds us that he has written a novel about "the kid," not a biography.