Verhaeren


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Verhaeren

(vɜːˈhɑːrən)
n
(Biography) Émile. 1855–1916, Belgian poet, writing in French. His works include the collections Les Flamandes (1883), Les Soirs (1887), and Les Visages de la Vie (1899)
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22) Then, in an interview for the 1919 issue of the Ultraista magazine Grecia, Cansinos Assens explicitly claimed Whitman as an influence on Ultraismo, alongside Marinetti, the Belgian Verhaeren, and the Chilean Vicente Huidobro.
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Lo colocaba bajo el patrocinio de Mallarme, de Verlaine, de Verhaeren.
German expressionist magazines, Die Aktion and Die Weissen Blatter, published translations from modernist writers such as Rimbaud, Verlaine (both mentioned in translations by Theodor Daubler), Verhaeren, Mallarme, Francis Jammes, Baudelaire, etc.
Todos los poetas que alli representan la lirica francesa pertenecian al simbolismo: Mallarme, Verhaeren, Maeterlinck, Rodenbach y Verlaine.
He keenly admired the poet Emile Verhaeren, whose fiery, expressive, and often hallucinated poetry he blessed with illustrations.
McEvoy, ranked sixth in the world in the event this year, said he made his decision after consultation with his coach Richard Scarce and national head coach Jacco Verhaeren.
As athletes and staff, we have to familiarise ourselves with what it means for us all to stay in those time frames," Jacco Verhaeren, Swimming Australia's head coach, told Reuters.
The first issue opens with poems by Rainer Maria Rilke--"Toten-Tanz" is, ironically, the first--and features a sample from Hugo von Hofmannsthal's dramatic work, Heinrich Mann's "Gretchen, eine Novelle," a piece by Carl Suddekopf on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, writings by Franz Blei himself, and texts by Peter Heyden, Emile Verhaeren, Julius Meier-Grafe, and Hans von Gunther.
Michel Verhaeren, CEO of Vermec said: "We are e xcited about Eternal Sun because the company focuses on the intersection of the solar industry and quality assurance, both of which are gaining importance worldwide.
It was not until issue 28, of July 1892, that Regnier and Viele-Griffin decided to introduce poetry into the magazine, in a small way, with La mort, by Emile Verhaeren.
Australian swimming coach Jacco Verhaeren said the emergence of new stars in the Commonwealth Game trials was one positive aspect to look forward to a success in Olympics 2016.