Stephane Mallarme quote

I found this Stephan Mallarme quote, one of the most important quotes of his probably, in an old notebook:

To name an object is to suppress three fourths of the pleasure of the poem which is made to be divined bit by bit: to suggest, there's the dream. It's perfect usage of the mystery which constitutes the symbols: To evoke, bit by bit, an object in order and to abstract from it a condition of soul by a series of abstractions...

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