Delirium: The Rimbaud Delusion

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Obsessed by flamboyant French poet Arthur Rimbaud, Andrea Mann visits his home town, Charleville-Mézières. Shown a page from Rimbaud’s lost work La Chasse Spirituelle, Andrea becomes embroiled in a relationship with an attractive youth and his Svengali-like mentor, Albert. More

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About Barbara Scott Emmett

Barbara Scott Emmett has been writing for a number of years. She has had several short stories and one novel published traditionally and several ebooks published by digital publishers Pentalpha Publishing Edinburgh.

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writetwo reviewed on Aug. 1, 2014

I loved this book. Its storyline twists and turns revealing the characters’ intimate lives and terrible secrets.
I‘m not a great fan of poetry but I found myself becoming fascinated and obsessed (like Andrea the MC) with the legend of the great Rimbaud. Greedily I turned the pages, eager to know more about his volatile love life, wonderful prose and whether Andrea had really discovered one of his lost masterpieces.

The book has so many delicious strands which weave together as the story grows and reaches its final and unexpected climax. If your fan of great writing, characterisation and entertaining stories – then buy this book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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