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By way of introducing the page free-verse poem to follow, it describes the weight that the empty spaces, varying typefaces, and uneven layout of text contribute to the meaning of the work.

The poem as a result is structured to act on one level as something of an exploration of vision, in that it directs the eye along an inconsistent track from page to page, top to bottom and across, sometimes moving smoothly and sometimes jarringly. On several pages the placement of words assumes the form of a constellation of stars. On others, the sweep of the text hurries the eye toward the right-most edge of the page, replicating visually the pull of the flow of water to an uncertain destination.

Since it originally appeared in , the poem has been republished many times. Several of these publications are accompanied by illustrations, which work to expand upon the visual power of the literary work. Also available are a series of illustrations for the poem done by Odilon Redon in , which were executed for an edition planned by Vollard but never published.

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By way of introducing the page free-verse poem to follow, it describes the weight that the empty spaces, varying typefaces, and uneven layout of text contribute to the meaning of the work. The poem as a result is structured to act on one level as something of an exploration of vision, in that it directs the eye along an inconsistent track from page to page, top to bottom and across, sometimes moving smoothly and sometimes jarringly. On several pages the placement of words assumes the form of a constellation of stars. On others, the sweep of the text hurries the eye toward the right-most edge of the page, replicating visually the pull of the flow of water to an uncertain destination.

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His use of complex syntax, and subtle turns of phrase, often makes his verse seem more abstruse than its content indicates, revealing as it does a relatively narrow though sophisticated world, predominantly literary and philosophical in nature. Part of the charm of his poetry is his ability to create a rich and detailed edifice from the simplest of ideas, objects, or occasions. Philosophically he is associated with ideas of absence and emptiness, but also of a quasi-Platonic realm of forms inherent in that emptiness, though paradoxically his verse, which often attempts to realise the ideal essence of the perceived external reality, through its images, symbols, and metaphors, appeals strongly to the senses. An experiment in typographical layout, the author used variable spacing to indicate voids and pauses which highlight and contrast with the elements of text.

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Translated by A. This work may be freely reproduced, stored, and transmitted, electronically or otherwise, for any non-commercial purpose. The French text displayed here is as close as I could achieve to that printed in the edition of July , which produced a definitive version superseding the original publication of The compressed and punctuated translation is offered as an aid to grasping the poem as a whole, in a swift reading. The paper intervenes each time as an image, of itself, ends or begins once more, accepting a succession of others, and, since, as ever, it does nothing, of regular sonorous lines or verse — rather prismatic subdivisions of the Idea, the instant they appear, and as long as they last, in some precise intellectual performance, that is in variable positions, nearer to or further from the implicit guiding thread, because of the verisimilitude the text imposes. Imagination flowers and vanishes, swiftly, following the flow of the writing, round the fragmentary stations of a capitalised phrase introduced by and extended from the title. Everything takes place, in sections, by supposition; narrative is avoided.

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The poem denies sequential time and refuses to observe the normative conventions of narrative and poetic art. In so doing, it symbolically refuses the ineluctable limits of human life. Consider its title. Bloch points out that Jamais Never is out of sequence for an ordinary French sentence, where it would conventionally follow the verb.

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