2 edition of A history of French literature found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 739-764.Second printing, June 1923--T.p. verso.Includes index.
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The influence of certainand writers gave an added impulse to the naturalistic movement.
In the last half of the century, "", "" poetry, and "", among other styles, were often competing tendencies at the same time. The birth of seventieth — century literature saw many writers and poets with better taste, knowledge and creativity than the renaissance literature writers did.
offers a traditional approach to a vast topic. But with the publication of Symbolist Manifesto in 1886, it was the term which was most often applied to the new literary environment.
Did comedy too, in its turn, come forth from the? Later on, other salons were opened, those of Mme Geoffrin, Mme du Deffnd, Mlle de Lespinasse. The romance, which had been neglected by the great writers of the seventeenth and eighteenth century, in this period takes a foremost place in literature.
He had, in 1602, preached the sermons before at the Louvre, and ravished his hearers by the unction of his discourse, overflowing with a wealth of pleasing imagery.
Graeco-Latin imitation is really only an accidental feature of the work of Marot. This work which, it is believed, was proceeded by another now lost, contains 30,000 lines. Beaumarchais owes much to his predecessors, toRegnard, and many others.
The action round about Renart is carried on by many other characters, such as Ysengrin, the wolf, Noble, the lion, Chantecler, the cock, pseudo-animals that mingle with their bearing and as animals traits and feelings borrowed from humanity.