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Nerval

G?rard de , real name G?rard Labrunie. 1808--55, French poet, noted esp for the sonnets of mysticism, myth, and private passion in Les Chim?res (1854)
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Nerval contributes all the more to the establishment of this new tonality, that he had earlier described, in his Voyage en Orient (1851), the disappointment he felt when he visited the island of Cythera (Cerigo to him).
of the letters of his name, as Nerval worshipped his mother in her
This study explores Carl JungAEs interpretation of Aur<AEe>lia, a memoir of madness, visions, and dreams written by French Romantic poet G<AEe>rard de Nerval. The book begins with a substantial introduction on JungAEs ideas, by author Craig Stephenson, himself a Jungian analyst.
It is not difficult to realize that Gerard de Nerval, at least unconsciously, does not hesitate to return each time on his concerns and justifications regarding his own madness and predisposition for the dream when he writes a new text.
Nerval had strolled a lobster through Paris, on a leash.
The chapters on Lacenaire and Jack the Ripper should prove particularly useful for nineteenth-century scholars since they were cult figures for Romantic and Republican writers such as Petrus Borel, Alexandre Dumas, Gerard de Nerval, and Theophile Gautier.
They found that for the first time, patients who have SSV within a certain nerval distribution involving skin and eyelashes show the same oxidative stress as observed in the much more frequent general NSV, which is associated with decreased antioxidant capacities including catalase, thioredoxin reductase, and the repair mechanisms methionine sulfoxide reductases.
Gerard de Nerval (5/22/1808-1/26/1855) duplicity, alcohol abuse, severe melancholia