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The Afternoon of the Faun presents the wandering thoughts of a faun on a drowsy summer afternoon. For Claude Debussy he wrote in December after coming from the concert: " Victor's Hugo's notion that 'pure poetry' is essentially 'useless' was widely accepted. To Proust's attack he answered in The Mystery in Literature : "Every piece of writing, on the outside of its treasure, must-out of respect for those from whom, after all, it borrows the language, for a different purpose-present with the words a meaning, even if an unimportant one: there is an advantage to turning away the idler, who is charmed that nothing here concerns him at first sight.
Remembering and the Sound of Words: Mallarme, Proust, Joyce, Beckett
It is the task of the poet to reveal and crystallize these essences. He believed that the point of a poem was the beauty of the language. But sometimes he became bored of the antique gardens of words, where he wanted to live: "The flesh grows weary.
And books, I've read them all. However, he preferred to hint between the l ines at meanings rather than state them clearly. Once he stated: "I become obscure, of course!