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Palinode

 

(also Kniga oborony; in English, Book of the Defense), a tract against the Brest Union of 1596. It was written by the Ukrainian writer Zakharii Kopystenskii in 1621–22 in Kiev. Kopystenskii sharply criticized the predatory policies of Poland and the Vatican in the Ukraine and Byelorussia and emphasized the historical ties between the Russian, Ukrainian, and Byelorussian peoples.

REFERENCE

“Pamiatniki polemicheskoi literatury v Zapadnoi Rusi.” In the collection Russkaia istoricheskaia biblioteka, vol. 4, book 1. St. Petersburg, 1878.
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and incorporates into its palinode, "Pur encens chassant venin du monde," the motif of the "Vierge au Serpent" already used by Nicolle Lescarre in the chant royal I mentioned above.
And when, in Delie, it is not God who descends from Heaven towards his chosen creature in order to enrich her with gifts, to combine, for example, in her, as in Mary, "Chastete" with "Beaute" (D232), it is the poet, Prometheus redivivus, who from dizain to dizain -- one might even say from prayer to prayer -- painfully strives towards the great height what he says in D157 on the subject of Delie as a musician, a subject which he takes up again in D196 ("Tes doigtz tirantz non le doulx son des cordes, / Mais des haultz cieulx l'Angelique harmonie"), inspired perhaps by a recollection of the famous chant royal of Molinet, "Harpe rendant souveraine harmonie," which was in turn imitated by Nicolle Lescarre in his palinode, "Le lucz rendant souveraine harmonie" (fol.
See the palinode in a chant royal of the "Maistre Jacques Lelyeur," BNF ms.
See also the palinode of a chant royal presented by Jean Delattre at the Puy of Amiens in 1478 (according to Gros, 1992, 87): "Du feu d'amour colunne lumineuse" (incipit: "Quand Moyse de servitude osta").
As with Uc's palinodes, however, "the entire collection implicitly undermines Guittone's conversion, since the love poems [.