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Metaphysical, baroque and précieux poetry
Odette de Mourgues
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Romaguera is primarily known for his Atheneo de Grandesa, the only emblem book ever published in the Catalan language. In England, the Baroque Period corresponded to the metaphysical poets, a group of poets who were concerned with the metaphysical and whose works employed imaginative metaphors, termed metaphysical conceits. The term metaphysical poets was coined by the critic Samuel Johnson to describe a loose group of 17th-century English poets whose work was characterized by the inventive use of conceits, and by a greater emphasis on the spoken rather than lyrical quality of their poets were not formally affiliated and few were highly regarded until 20th century attention established their importance.
Italian literature - Italian literature - 17th-century literature: The 17th century in Italian literature was traditionally described as a period of “decadence” in which writers who were devoid of sentiment resorted to exaggeration and tried to cloak the poverty of their subject matter beneath an exuberance of form. (In this period, it is said, freedom of thought and expression was. Metaphysical Poetry () in his book ‘Life of Cowley’ and he used it as a disparaging term. Earlier, John Dryden had also been critical of best it is characterized by brilliant use of extravagant baroque imagery. Crashaw owed all the basis of his style, as has been already hinted, to Donne. His originality was one of treatment.
Metaphysical Poetry, that that phenomenon may be found ail over western Europe during the Baroque âge - taking Baroque as a period désignation, of which the Metaphysical style is one variety, the «High Baroque» style of Crashaw, Gryphius, and Gôngora another. My earlier approach to seventeenth-century poetry emphasized, as did. This book studies how poetic structure transforms verbal imitations of religious experience into concepts. The book investigates how such a conceptual language can convey such non-conceptual experiences as meditation, ecstasy or mystic insights. Briefly, it explores how the poet, by using words, can express the 'ineffable'. It submits to close reading English, French, German, Spanish, Italian.
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BOOK REVIEWS METAPHYSICAL, BAROQUE AND PRECIEUX POETRY. By Odette de Mourgues. Ox-ford: Clarendon Press, viii, p. Mile de Mourgues says that "a whole book could be written simply by collect-ing the different uses of the word baroque in literary criticism and indicating the weak points of the theories about this term.".
Wishing to expand on baroque and précieux poetry book minimal scholarship on the topic of Metaphysical and Mid-Late Tang poets under the general category of Baroque, this book offers a comparative analysis of poems from the Metaphysical poets John Donne, Andrew Marvell and Richard Crashaw and a selection of Tang poetry by Meng Jiao, Li He and Li Shangyin.
By following Nietzche’s definition of Baroque as a poetic. Metaphysical poetry was passion and emotion modified by intellect/ ('passionate ratiocination' Herbert Grierson called it), while T.S.
Eliot described John Donne's poetry as experience modified by (his) sensibility. Helen Gardener said that Metaphysical verse was 'an expanded epigram', and Margaret Willy called it 'feeling thought'.Reviews: 1. The big ones Authors of the baroque Developed during a period that is typically considered an artistic style that used exaggerated movements as well as clear, easily interpreted details to produce drama, tension, exuberance and grandiloquence in sculpture, painting, architecture, literature, dance, theater and music .
The artistic style known as Baroque arose around the year in Rome. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free. Metaphysical baroque & précieux poetry Odette de Mourgues Not in Library.
Check. Metaphysical, Baroque and Précieux Poetry, Jean Rousset's La Littérature de l'âge baroque en France, and Imbrie Buffum's Studies in the Baroque from Montaigne to Rotrou.
Fundamentally a moralist, Odette de Mourgues refers litera ture to a preconstructional cause—artistic sensibility. This she. A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY General Works Actes de la troisieme session des ]ournees Internationales d'etudes du baro que, Ill.
Montauban: Publications du Centre National de Recherches scientifi ques, Allemann, Beda. "Metaphor and anti-metaphor," Interpretation; The Poetry 01 Meaning. Stanley Romaine Hopper & David L.
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This volume is the product of two literary interests which have absorbed me for several years -- English Metaphysical poetry of the seventeenth century, and the interrelationships of the various national poetic traditions in Renaissance and late Renaissance Europe.
The Poems of the baroque, Artistic period of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, are characterized by the eccentric style, excessive and extravagant, being also luxurious, ornamental, and adorned. The term"baroque movement"is often used to refer to elaborate poetic styles, especially Gongorism, which derives from the work of the Spanish poet Luis de Góngora, And the Marinismo, that.
Book Reviews Metaphysical, Baroque and Précieux Poetry by Odette de Mourgues Metaphysical, Baroque and Précieux Poetry by Odette de Mourgues (pp.
Mourgues, in a book in English, Metaphysical, Baroque and Précieux Poetry (Oxford, ) uses it as a term of disapproval limited to Crashaw.
But on the whole, in England, the term “metaphysical” has predomi-nated. In the United States, as early asMorris W. Course title: English Baroque Poetry Instructor: Prof. Janja Ciglar-Žanić ECTS credits: 6 Status: elective Semester: 7 th and 8 th semester Enrollment requirements: completed 7 th semester Course description:The course will be concerned with the earlier seventeenth-century English poetry from the point of view of its close relationship/ identity with the European poetry of the time.
Francisco de Quevedo (–), one of the greatest poets of the Spanish Golden Age, was the master of the baroque style known as “conceptismo,” a complex form of expression fueled by elaborate conceits and constant wordplay as well as ethical and philosophical concerns.
Although scattered translations of his works have appeared in English, there is currently no comprehensive. During the Baroque period in England, the Metaphysical poets were particularly popular, and they share many characteristics with Baroque literature.
Baroque writers include John Milton, John Donne. Thus, the broken rhythms of [John] Donne's verse and the verbal subtleties of the English metaphysical poets have been called baroque elements 'Baroque Age' is often used to designate the period between and in the literature of Western Europe, between the decline of the Renaissance and the rise of the Enlightenment.".Defining the characteristics of Baroque poetry is a challenge.
Author Maurice Blanchot says in his book Faux Pas that there is no precise historical period for Baroque poetry, nor are there indisputable characteristics for it. Most scholars agree that the Baroque period began at .