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“Le Vif du sens” : Corps et poésie selon Maurice Scève

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Maurice Scève’s discovery of Laura’s tomb in Avignon in 1533 was the start of his literary career. The body of Petrarch’s muse inspired Scève to write a dialogue with the “Thuscan Apollo”, and he was soon searching for more bodies and more models to inspire his poetry, leading to his contributions to the Blasons anatomiques of the female body. Thomas Hunkeler corroborates the fact that apprehension of the body never ceased to inspire Scève’s poetry.

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“Le Vif du sens” :  Corps et poésie selon Maurice Scève

“Le Vif du sens” : Corps et poésie selon Maurice Scève

Maurice Scève’s discovery of Laura’s tomb in Avignon in 1533 was the start of his literary career. The body of Petrarch’s muse inspired Scève to write a dialogue with the “Thuscan Apollo”, and he was soon searching for more bodies and more models to...

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Title “Le Vif du sens” : Corps et poésie selon Maurice Scève
Edition First Edition
By (author) Thomas HUNKELER
ISSN 1422-5581
Issue 66
Language Français
Publisher Librairie Droz
Title First Published 07/1/2003
 
Format Paperback/softback
ISBN-13 978-2-600-00861-7
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9782600008617
Reference no. 20-66
Publication Date 07/1/2003
Nb of pages IV - 324
Illustrations 5 illustrations
Plates
Dimensions 15.2 x 22.200001 cm
Weight 610 gr
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