Chansons, odes, et sonetz de Pierre Ronsard: 1576

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A-R Editions, Inc., 1993 - 179 עמודים
 

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Si je trépasse entre tes bras madame
71
Je ne saurois aymer autre que vous
84
La nuict mest courte et le jour trop me dure
95
Mignonne levésvous vous estes paresseuse
105
Mon Dieu que jaim à baiser les beaus yeus
114
Je suis homme né pour mourir
121
Pleutil à Dieu navoir jamais taté
128
Qui eut pensé que le cruel destin
131
Je suis tellement langoureus
136
Jay pour mon hôte nuict et jour
140
Quand tu tournes tes yeus ardens
145
О Pucelle plus tendre
152
Petite Nymfe folâtre
157
Que dis tu que fais tu pensive
167
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מידע על המחבר (1993)

Ronsard is one of the principal originators of European poetic tradition as it has existed since the Renaissance. Dissatisfied with native French poetic models, and taken with the example of Greek, Latin, and Italian poetry, he set about to make a French poetry that would rival the poetry of the ancients. He was the first to imitate systematically forms such as the ode, the sonnet, the epic, the eclogue, and the elegy. He attracted a circle of sympathetic poets; since the group amounted to seven, they called themselves the Pleiade, after the seven-starred constellation. Their professed aim was to build a poetic tradition based on classical (Greek and Roman) or Italian models, instead of medieval French forms. Their manifesto was an essay by Joachim du Bellay called "Defense et illustration de la langue francaise," the first significant work of French literary criticism. Of Ronsard's large and varied literary works (including his lyric odes, his Amours or love poems addressed to Cassandre, and his Sonnets pour Helene, a new series of love poems), the best known are his sonnets, rich in image and delicate of construction.

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