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Poets such as Philippe Desportes, Agrippa d'Aubigne, and Beroalde de Verville, while acquiring mastery of their model, made it their own and transformed it.
Jean Henri Merle d'Aubigne (1794-1872) was born in Geneva of French Protestant refugees, descendants of the great Calvinist epic poet and prose-writer, Agrippa d'Aubigne.
100, 116, 121-22, 157, 172, 329; "Remonstrance a la France sur la protestation des chefs de la Ligue, faicte l'an 1585," in Duplessis-Mornay, Memoires, III, 66-67; Theodore Agrippa d'Aubigne, in Baron A.
A similar arbitrariness comes through in the choice of corpus examined, which comprises such disparate texts as Jehan de Saintre by Antoine de la Sale (chapter 2), Voyage de Genes and Voyage de Venise by Jean Marot (chapter 2), Illustrations de Gaule et Singularitez de Troye by Jean Lemaire de Belges (chapter 3), Pantagruel and Gargantua by Rabelais (chapter 4), Les Angoysses douloureuses by Helisenne de Crenne (chapter 5), the Amadis de Gaule (chapter 5), the Franciade by Pierre de Ronsard (chapter 6), and the Tragiques by Agrippa d'Aubigne (chapter 7).
Tournon has produced noteworthy studies of other French Renaissance authors, such as Francois Rabelais, Beroalde de Verville, and Agrippa d'Aubigne, but his main recognition derives from the series of publications inaugurated by Montaigne, la glose et I'essai in 1983 and highlighted in 1998 by the publication of a new edition of the Essays in accordance with editorial principles expounded in a lengthy series of articles and conference papers from the 1990s.
The focus of his study lies in particular in selected works by militant French poet and historian Agrippa d'Aubigne.
In this recent contribution to late sixteenth- and early seventeenth-century French history, marking the transition from the reign of Henry III to that of Henry IV and beyond, to the regency of Marie de' Medici and the early reign of Louis XIII, Gilbert Schrenck, editor of Pierre de l'Estoile and Agrippa d'Aubigne, addresses yet another aspect of the political and ideological debates of this era.
Madeleine Lazard's biography of Agrippa d'Aubigne is an essay in high vulgarization intended to attract a general reading public (something that apparently still exists in France) to the works of a great but neglected writer.
2) or even the slighlty later Histoire universelle of Theodore Agrippa D'Aubigne (Geneva: Droz, ca.
6) Nevertheless, writers such as Agrippa d'Aubigne and Beroalde de Verville devised strategies to write about themselves, even while insisting on their adherence to a theological system that rejected the self as an obstruction of, or a diversion from, the necessary and salutary focus on the divine.
Szymborska was also a translator of the works of others, notably the French classical poets Agrippa d'Aubigne and Theophile de Viau, and Jewish author Icyk Manger.
O horror suscitado por essa matanca levou, por exemplo, Agrippa d'Aubigne a qualificar o suor de sangue que brotara, segundo se dizia, do corpo de Carlos IX por ocasiao da sua morte, "uma amostra apodrecida do sangue grosseiro da dinastia dos Valois".