A Season in Hell

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Nearly 150 years after French poet Arthur Rimbaud’s masterwork, contemporary France is roiled by its own Season in Hell, a deeply fractured and unsettled political moment in which dark phantasms grow large and the path to a better world is anything but clear. Introducing a new series of political analysis from the Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung Brussels Office.

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