By Stéphane Mallarmé
Stéphane Mallarmé (1842-1898) is without doubt one of the giants of nineteenth-century French poetry. chief of the Symbolist stream, he exerted a robust effect on sleek literature and idea, that are traced within the works of Paul Valéry, W.B. Yeats, and Jacques Derrida. From his early twenties till the time of his dying, Mallarmé produced poems of incredible originality and wonder, a lot of that have turn into classics.
In the Collected Poems, Henry Weinfield brings the oeuvre of this ecu grasp to lifestyles for an English-speaking viewers, primarily for the 1st time. the entire poems that the writer selected to hold are the following, beautifully rendered by way of Weinfield in a translation that comes remarkably just about Mallarmé's personal voice. Weinfield conveys no longer easily the that means however the spirit and song of the French originals, which seem en face.
Whether writing in verse or prose, or inventing an altogether new genre--as he did within the awesome "Coup de Dés"--Mallarmé used to be a poet of either perfect artistry and nice trouble. to light up Mallarmé's poetry for twentieth-century readers, Weinfield offers an intensive remark that's itself a big paintings of feedback. He units every one poem within the context of the paintings as a complete and defines the poems' significant symbols. additionally incorporated are an creation and a bibliography.
Publication of this assortment is a massive literary occasion within the English-speaking global: the following eventually is the paintings of a big determine, masterfully translated.
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Quant a toi, femme nee en des siecles malins Pour la mechancete des antres sibyllins, Qui parles d'un mortel! selon qui, des calices De mes robes, arome aux farouches delices, Sortirait Ie frisson blanc de rna nudite, Prophetise que si Ie tie de azur d' ete, 33 Before which instinctively woman goes bare, Sees me in my modesty trembling like a star, I die! Vers lui nativement la femme se devoile, Me voit dans rna pudeur grelottante d' etoile, Je meurs! I love the horror of virginity, The dread my tresses give me when I lie Retired at night, reptilian on my couch, My useless flesh inviolate to the touch, Feeling cold sparks from your lucidity, You who die, you who burn with chastity, White night of icicles and cruel snow!
Palmes! et quand elle a montre cette relique A ce pere essayant un sourire ennemi, La solitude bleue et sterile a fremi. Ola berceuse, avec ta fille et l'innocence De vos pieds froids, accueille une horrible naissance: Et ta voix rappelant viole et clavecin, Avec Ie doigt fane presseras-tu Ie sein Par qui coule en blancheur sibylline la femme Pour les lev res que l'air du vierge azur affame? 24 OTHER POEMS AUTRES POEMES HERODIADE HERODIADE I. ANCIENT OVERTURE OF HERODIADE I. OVERTURE ANCIENNE D'HERODIADE THE NURSE LA NOURRICE (Incantation) (Incantation) Abolished, and her frightful wing in the tears Of the basin, abolished, that mirrors forth our fears, The naked golds lashing the crimson space, An Aurora-heraldic plumage-has chosen to embrace Our cinerary tower of sacrifice, Heavy tomb that a songbird has fled, lone caprice Of a dawn vainly decked out in ebony plumes ...
J' aimerais Etre The one for whom fate has chosen to reserve Your secrets. a qui Ie destin reserve vos secrets. H. HERODIADE Be silent! Oh! tais-toi! N. NURSE Will he come? Viendra-t-il parfois? H. HERODIADE 0, you pure Etoiles pures, N'entendez pas! Stars, do not listen! N. NURSE How, save through obscure Terrors, imagine more implacable still And as a suppliant the god who some day will Receive the gift of your grace! and for whom, Devoured by anguish, do you keep the unknown Splendor and mystery of your being?