All the Quadrant
All the Quadrant is a collection of poems of Victor Hugo.
Although the title is of Hugo himself and that it appeared among his many projects (its publication was announced on the covers of its works of the years 1870), the collection was truly made up only by Paul Meurice according to certain indications of the poet and published in a posthumous way in two times: 1888 and 1893, with a recasting in 1897.
The collection gathers poems not published or forsaken primarily dating between 1854 with 1875, the most fertile period of the poet, some even of the years 1840; classified into seven " cordes" which a " is added; twist airain". It is a test, like the Four Winds of the spirit (1881), to present all the facets of the poetry of Hugo while picking in the immense reserve of its writings. However, the extreme diversity of kind of the poems makes the unit rather heteroclite, and certain editions of the Complete Œuvres of Victor Hugo do not comprise this collection as such but restore the poems with their various " dossiers" of source.
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