A major critical work by Robert Greer Cohn, best known for his work on Mallarme.
My copy is in mint condition.
I must admit I found this one fairly heavy going. A big problem for me is that whenever lines of Rimbaud are quoted during the analysis, there is no corresponding English translation, so I'm always having to guess which lines Cohn is actually talking about. Nevertheless, that's more of a personal failing on my part than one of Cohn, since by now I should have learned French, right?
"Perhaps the best study of Rimbaud in any language." - Henri Peyre.