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Decadent Heroes play
Posted by Jonathan
on 07/26/06

A play featuring two of the more colorful characters of the Decadent era and two of Belle Époque's biggest absinthe's imbibers, has opened in London. The tempetuous relationship between Paul Verlain, the most popular Decadent poet and Arthur Rimbaud, its enfant terrible, is the central story in Stewart Laing's "Slope". It is played in a custom-built stage shaped like a toilet bowl!

Telegraph | Entertainment | Bird's-eye view of a doomed love affair

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