Romances sans paroles  

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Romances sans paroles (1874) is a collection of poetry by Paul Verlaine. The poems were written between 1872 and 1873, inspired by Verlaine's nostalgically colored recollections of his life with Mathilde on the one hand and impressionistic sketches of his on-again off-again year-long escapade with Rimbaud on the other. Romances sans paroles was published while Verlaine was imprisoned.



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