Souls of Wind

Fiction. SOULS OF WIND is a story of inner agitation, a quest for beatitude that plays out in the dynamics of the American West in 1880. French poet Arthur Rimbaud makes a detour to the United States whose emerging post-Civil War exhilarations and violence plunges him into a full immersion of frontier wildness, an odyssey of heart, heat and radical hunger with a paleontologist and his Nietzsche-infatuated daughter that brings him into contact with another restless and agitated soul: Billy the Kid.

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By George (The United States) · ★★★★★ · September 02, 2009
This is a wonderful first novel from the wonderful poet, John Olson. See my long review of this novel in the forthcoming issue of Talisman later in 2009. ...more