Gay pantheon

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President Emmanuel Macron is under pressure to strike a blow for sexual diversity by ordering the "Pantheonisation" - interment at the national mausoleum in Paris - of two of France's best-loved poets, Arthur Rimbaud and Paul Verlaine. A petition signed by 10 former culture ministers, as well as a long list of artists and intellectuals, says the two poets - who had an intense but ultimately violent affair in the early s - "were symbols of diversity". Current Culture Minister Roselyne Bachelot, while not signing the petition, nevertheless said she agreed. The call, however, has triggered an angry backlash, with opponents saying the poets are being made the victims of a 21st Century cultural power-grab, and that absolutely nothing in their lives or work suggests suitability for a patriotic Valhalla. Rimbaud and Verlaine are certainly among the most revered of French poets - and it is also true that of the 75 residents of the Pantheon, none is there for poetry.

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A petition last year backed by a number of celebrities as well as the culture minister, Roselyne Bachelot, called for Rimbaud to be reinterred alongside his lover and fellow poet Paul Verlaine at the monument in central Paris. Other notable literary characters laid to rest there include Voltaire, Rousseau, Dumas, Hugo and Malraux. Only the president can decide on relocating remains to the former church, whose grand columns and domed roof were inspired by the Pantheon in Rome. Macron used this authority in to give Simone Veil, a former French minister who survived the Holocaust, the honour of a final resting place at the monument. Rimbaud and Verlaine are celebrated for their innovative poetry but have also become famous for their tempestuous relationship marked by sex, drugs and trouble with the law.
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