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I agree with most romantic-era poets being unassumed anarchos, including the RimBeaudelaire infernal duo. And Blake... Shelley... Sand... even Byron....Those were fantastic minds with boundless imaginaries, and the French poets especially were flaming nihilistic warriors.

Tho do not overrate poets, as what came up later in the 20th century, with the likes of Proust, Yeats, Pound, Eliot was more on the fascistic or at least pro-establishment side of things. The troubadours of the State somewhat took over the milieus at some point, and only the neo-nihilistic charges of Dada and surrealism could rival them.