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La Jeune Parque

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Paperback, 64 pages
Published August 1st 1997 by Bloodaxe Books (first published 1917)
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Marie-aimée
Jun 01, 2015 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: french, fr
Voilà un recueil bien ardu à lire! Le premier poème, qui donne son titre au recueil, "La jeune parque" est impressionnant par sa construction parfaite. Il parle de sensualité, voire d'érotisme, d'une jeune fille qui perd sa virginité. Ses vers sont assez complexes à comprendre mais dans ce poème-ci des mots clés éclairent très précisément son sens. Il reprend les grands canons : le corps d'une jeune fille, la pureté, le cygne... somme toute rien de très novateur à mon avis. Les poèmes "Robinson" ...more
Etienne Mahieux
Ce volume réunit un poème achevé, « La Jeune Parque » et des proses posthumes, « L’Ange », « Agathe » et les « Histoires brisées », qui ne sont parfois qu’un dossier à la cohérence problématique, mais parcouru d’éclats. Leur rapprochement est thématique : il s’agit toujours de la perception d’une part d’altérité dans le moi, souvent autour de la situation d’un être se voyant dans un miroir. On peut dire noblement que Paul Valéry explore la crise du sujet ; il s’agit au bout du compte de variatio ...more
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Apr 05, 2015 rated it really liked it
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(přesněji řečeno Palivcovy překlady Valéryho básní)
Edouard
"L’être contre le vent, dans le plus vif de l’air,
Recevant au visage un appel de la mer ;"
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Shelves: french, poetry
In einem versepischen Gedicht schreibt Valery über den ewigen Kreis von Werden und Vergehen. L'art pour l'art!
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Ambroise-Paul-Toussaint-Jules Valéry was a French poet, essayist, and philosopher. His interests were sufficiently broad that he can be classified as a polymath. In addition to his fiction (poetry, drama and dialogues), he also wrote many essays and aphorisms on art, history, letters, music, and current events.

Valéry is best known as a poet, and is sometimes considered to be the last of the French
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