The Rest of the Story: Bela Lugosi, the Red Scare, and the Chicago World's Fair

Wednesday, October 20, 2004

Bela Lugosi, the Red Scare, and the Chicago World's Fair

1854 French poet Arthur Rimbaud born in Charleville, France. He published his first poem at age 16, and most of his best poems were written before he turned 20. Rimbaud was a sort of 19th century forerunner of the young, outrageous rebel. At fifteen, he entered a regional poetry contest. He was... Sign in to see full entry.

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