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Bellay

Joachim du . 1522--60, French poet, a member of the Pléiade
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Judging from his treatise, Du Bellay is certainly no extreme Petrarchist, but neither does he seem to suggest that French authors imitate many of the poets whose names are bandied about by the Italian theorists, such as Molza, Guiddicioni, and the like.
31) Marguerite's aunt, Marguerite d'Angouleme, queen of Navarre, the authoress of L'Heptameron, was identified with Minerva, (32) and Du Bellay saw Marguerite de France as her aunt's successor.
Essa tresloucada busca os levava, por vezes, no seculo XVI, a desconsiderar as regras militares, como demonstram os relatos dos memorialistas que evocaram as guerras da Italia, tais como Fleuranges, Guillaume e Martin du Bellay, Monluc, Boyvin du Villars, Rabutin: os jovens fidalgos se precipitavam sobre "as belas ocasioes para provar suas virtudes e valor", com uma temeridade que beirava a inconsciencia.
Griffon de Bellay, "Exploration du fleuve Ogo-wai, cote occidentale d'Afrique (juillet et aout 1862)," Revue maritime et coloniale 9 (1863), pp.
In Trials of Desire: Renaissance Defenses of Poetry Margaret Ferguson observes that for Du Bellay, Tasso and Sidney "the defense as a mode of discourse occupied a problematic border territory between speech and writing" (6); in Lope's case written criticism and the barbs of spreading rumor threaten his fashioned literary persona.
Hewson); Vijayanagar Institute of Medical Sciences Bellay, Karnataka, India (A.
Smith wisely limits his subject matter to Rabelais on one end and Montaigne's Essais on the other, situating poetic, dispositio in Du Bellay and Belleau in the middle, along with emblematic fable books.
We have concluded that it's inappropriate for Ethiopia to maintain its troops in Somalia," Wahide Bellay, a spokesman for the Ethiopian foreign ministry, said.
As well as sharing with Tate the fabulous D'Offay gift, which features 50 'rooms' by 25 artists, including Beuys, Richter, Warhol and Nauman, the gallery will undergo a much needed rehang, which will include some interesting pairings (for example, Callum Innes and Sol Lewitt, Beuys and Douglas Gordon, John Bellay and Leger).
Writers from Joachim du Bellay onward have emphasized the enriching effect that translation has on the target language.
Chedgzoy is vexed with Shakespeare's Gaunt for calling England an island, thus erasing Wales and Scotland, and, mystifyingly, she thinks du Bellay a 'French Protestant' and his Antiquitez among 'key texts of Reformation literature' (p.
His omitting the great French sonnet writers, Du Bellay, Marot, or Ronsard, would be inexplicable except that, as William Hazlitt noted in The Spirit of the Age, Wordsworth "condemns all French writers (as well of poetry as prose) in the lump" (Howe, 11:93).