The Spirit of Romance
New Directions Publishing, 2005 - 248 pagina's
Written in 1910 when Pound was only 25 years old, and later revised by the author, this critical work has long stood as an important stage in the development of Pound's poetics, and a dramatic revaluation of Europe's literary tradition. Pound surveys the course of literature from the fall of the Roman Empire through the dawn of the Renaissance, paying special attention to the Provençal poets and to Dante. Now with an introduction by Richard Sieburth, this work illuminates a great period in European literature and one of America's greatest poetic minds.
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PSYCHOLOGY AND TROUBADOURS
MONTCORBIBR alias VILLON
THE QUALITY OF LOPE DE VEGA
Overige edities - Alles bekijken
appears beauty become begins born Canto Century certain classic comes concerning consider Daniel Dante Dante's dead death desire doth English expression eyes fair flowers give hands hath hear heart heaven hold honor human interest Italian Italy King lady land later Latin leave less light lines literature living look Lope Lope's Lord matter means Melindez mind moving nature never opens Paradiso pass passage perhaps play poem poetry poets praise present prose Provençal rest Romance seems seen sense Shakespear shows sing song sonnet sort soul sound Spanish speak speech spirit stanza stars suggestion sweet taken tells thee things thou thought translation true turn unto verse Villon vision wind wish write written
Pagina xi - THIS book is not a philological work. Only by courtesy can it be said to be a study in comparative literature. I am interested in poetry. I have attempted to examine certain forces, elements or qualities which were potent in the mediaeval literature of the Latin tongues, and are, as I believe, still potent in our own.
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