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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What the apprentice poems of Inventions of the March Hare now enable us to see is that the acknowledged influence of Laforgue was complemented by the nearly suppressed yet indispensable influence of American jazz.
Pascal Ory refers to a prise de conscience on the part of Catherine after Bernard's death 'qui vaut celle, plus sociable, de Laforgue a la fin du livre, et qu'on oublie generalement de relever'.
The twentieth century still awaits its Lucretius, awaits its own philosophical Dante, its new Goethe, its Donne, even its up-to-date Laforgue. Will they appear?
While it is difficult to fault Lindemann's selection of representative writers, it is a pity that he did not include Laforgue, who played a crucial role in the transmission of the French images of the wilderness to T.
In his early poetry, Eliot borrowed Laforgue's trick of juxtaposing situations and moods while abstaining from syntactic connexion.
Among its early advocates and theoreticians were Gustave Kahn, Jules Laforgue, Francis Viele-Griffin, and Edouard Dujardin.
The first of such statements is to be found in Pound's letter to Iris Barry, dated 24 August 1916: "I have spent the day with Wang Wei, eighth century Jules Laforgue Chinois" (L 144).
Trois des neuf etudes de la seconde partie intitulee "Lieux, non-lieux et passages," s'interessent a des espaces inattendus, vides ou utopiques, immenses, voire illimites, reels ou figures, mais le plus souvent envisages comme metaphore, sans referent ou deferentialises, marques par leur "polyvalence" (Isabelle Tournier 131) et par "une vacance de la socialite" (Pierre Laforgue 161), "qui semblent se derober au savoir de la geographie et resister a l'emprise de l'histoire" (Andrea del Lungo 166), qu'il s'agisse du ciel (I.