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By Paul Fearne

ISBN: 978-1-78382-511-0
Published: 2020
Pages: 101
Key Themes: Mental Health, Schizophrenia,


Baudelaire and the Great Beyond is a book that is difficult to categorise. Part poetic exploration, part rhetorical experiment, this book traverses the multi-faceted world which is Baudelaire’s universe by one constant refrain – the book constantly addresses Baudelaire through concise and well formulated ‘poetic brevities’, that makes salient aspects of our own world, for us to consider. There are no lengthy and scholarly diatribes here, on the nature of Baudelaire’s work, or his life - but rather a full poetic exploration of the space between the readers world, and that of Baudelaire. Come for the poetry, stay for the insight.

About the Author

Paul Fearne holds a PhD from LaTrobe University, and a masters from the University of Melbourne. He has been re-diagnosed as having schizoaffective disorder.
His poetry has appeared, amongst other places, in Westerly, Page Seventeen, Mascara Literary Review, Unusual Work, Snorkel and Stylus. He has written books on Antonin Artaud, Friedrich Holderlin and Arthur Rimbaud, as well as on other topics. He has appeared on radio and television a number of times.

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 25 January, 2020.