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Title
La réception des troubadours en Provence réception des troubadours en Provence :
Type
Text
Subject
Occitan literature--History and criticism.
Troubadour songs--Appreciation--France--Provence.
Troubadours--Appreciation--France--Provence.
Troubadours in literature.
Troubadours--France--Provence--History.
French literature--History and criticism.
Nostredame, Jean de, active approximately 1507-1577--Criticism and interpretation.
Nostredame, Jean de, active approximately 1507-1577.
French literature.
Occitan literature.
Troubadours.
Troubadours in literature.
France--Provence.
Genre Form
Criticism, interpretation, etc. fst01411635 (Source: OCoLC)
History. fst01411628 (Source: OCoLC)
Language
French
French
summary (fre)
summary (eng)
Abstracts in French and English
Geographic Coverage
France
Classification
LCC: PC3382 .R43 2018 (Source: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2018415993
Content
text (Source: rdacontent)
Summary
The French Renaissance celebrates Petrarch but ignores Occitan troubadours. We owe their rediscovery to the Vies of the most famous and ancient Provençal Poets of Provençal Jean de Nostredame, published in 1575 in Lyon in French and, the same year, in Italian. The influence of this founding work is considerable in France and in Europe during the next two centuries. In France, Nostradamus theories about medieval literary history are taken by scholars of the late XVIth and beginning of the XVIIth century, such as Claude Fauchet and Etienne Pasquier in whom we can see the founders of French literary historiography. In their turn, the ideas of these scholars are integrated in the reflections carried out from the 1640s in Languedoc by authors such as Pierre de Caseneuve or Pierre Borel. In Provence, finally, perpetuates, through many modalities, the teachings of Nostredame.
Authorized Access Point
Courouau, Joan-Francés, réception des troubadours en Provence
Authorized Access Point Variant
Luciani, Isabelle, réception des troubadours en Provence