Laforgue


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Laforgue

Jules . 1860--87, French symbolist poet. An originator of free verse, he had a considerable influence on modern poetry
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La chose est deja connue (Bourgeron, 1993; Roudinesco, 1994), les membres du groupe ont refuse de suivre la proposition de l'un des fondateurs, Rene Laforgue (d'origine alsacienne), de poursuivre leurs activites en jouant le jeu de Vichy et de l'Occupant.
Examines Whitman's distinction between "Frenchness" and "Frenchiness" (the one admirable, the other disparaging) and considers his response to the news that Jules Laforgue was translating his poetry into French; tracks the complicated relationship between Whitman and Laforgue, and between Laforgue and T.
In "The Paris of the Second Empire in Baudelaire," Walter Benjamin reminds us of what "Jules Laforgue said about Baudelaire": "he [Baudelaire] was the first to speak of Paris 'as someone condemned to live in the capital day after day.
He had translated Laforgue at least once before: his faithful attempt at one of Laforgue's early manuscript fragments, also called "Guitare," circulated in The English Intelligencer in 1968.
Paintings created in "fifteen minutes," as the poet and critic Jules Laforgue described Impressionism in 1883, characterized a novel kind of picture built of hectic signs: Freewheeling brushstrokes encoded both the materiality of paint and the abruptness with which it seemed to have been applied.
En esta seccion, la presencia lunar es permanente, pero no al modo de Laforgue o Lugones.
With Laforgue and his faithful Italian adaptor, the same question is at play--that which haunts and torments modernity: an actor who plays Hamlet dies and another is born, thus marking both a difference and a repetition.
Laforgue, "All-textile flexible supercapacitors using electrospun poly (3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) nanofibers", Journal of Power Sources, vol.
Las experiencias cientificas de los siglos XVIII y XIX antes comentadas son la base de la parodica Salome (1887), de Jules Laforgue.
Confronte aux critiques virulentes emanant de lecteurs decus de trouver dans le periodique le nom et les poemes de Jules Laforgue et en porte-a-faux avec une epoque tenant Mallarme pour un fumiste, Trezenik publie dans trois livraisons des pieces pour le moins originales: "Le Petunia sauveur" et "Cantique avant de se coucher," dus a la plume d'Etienne Arsenal, paraissent de la sorte le 1er fevrier 1885; les "Fragments d'une symphonie en Vert mineur," surtitres Les Deliquescences et suivis de la signature de J.
Je pense que l'architecte francais Adrian Laforgue qui a concu la Poste de Casablanca a ete sous l'influence de ce qu'il a realise en Algerie et en Tunisie.
Depois de Deburau e Baudelaire, outros artistas, em suas obras, questionaram pela primeira vez o estilo solene--sobretudo Jules Laforgue (1860-1887) e, no seculo XX, Igor Fyodorovich Stravinski, Serge Diaghilev e Pablo Picasso.