I enjoy "A Season in Hell" quite a bit. Any recommendations on where to go next? Other than Rimbaud's other work?
Also, general poetry recommendations thread.
Depends. Did you read it in French? In English translation?
In French: read Jules LaForgue, Baudelaire, and if your french is strong enough, Mallarme. You might move on to Apollinaire after that. After reading LaForgue in French you'd do best to read TS Eliot's early lyrical poetry. It's the bridge between the french symbolists and the english modernists.
Read Illuminations, imo better than Season. Then you can go to a lot of poets (Jacob, Reverdy, Char, Michaux, surrealists etc.)
Laforgue imo isn't the best advice here (even though I totally love his poetry).
>he pretends to speak ancient greek on the internet