PAUL VERLAINE – À MADAME X: EN LUI ENVOYANT UNE PENSÉE

À MADAME X:  EN LUI ENVOYANT UNE PENSÉE Au temps où vous m’aimiez (bien sûr ?), Vous m’envoyâtes, fraîche éclose, Une chère petite rose, Frais emblème, message pur.   Elle disait en son langage Les « serments du premier amour » : Votre cœur à moi pour toujours Et toutes les choses d’usage.   Trois ans sont passés. Nous voilà ...

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May 6th 1405: TRAVEL IN ITALY, THE PAGE 192

From one remoteness never turned off, TRAVEL IN ITALY offers landscapes, painters and poets, selecting events, works, places and poems, capturing the corresponding emotions, to transform them into pixels of the feelings that accompany and guide the reader in their own daily life. May 6th 1405: TRAVEL IN ITALY, THE PAGE 192 > He was born George Castriota Scanderbeg, the ...

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WAITING FOR AUSTERLITZ: Chapter Two, The rituals of emotion

Meeting Benches Publisher offers an unpublished novel, titled apparently misleading: WAITING FOR AUSTERLITZ. Sure, some of the events experienced by the protagonists of the book, they are set in places of an ancient battle, but the narrative focus is love. A diary, a diary old yellowed by time, and written by a hussar of the first French Empire, retains the ...

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NOVELS WITHOUT WORDS: Paul Verlaine, Arlette forgotten

I BELIEVE, THROUGH A WHISPERING This is languorous ecstasy, This is the love fatigue, This is all the thrills of wood Among the embrace breezes, This is, to the gray branches, The chorus of little voices. O frail and fresh murmur! This twitters and whispers, It looks like the soft cry The rough grass expires … You say under water ...

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May 5th 1432: TRAVEL IN ITALY, THE PAGE 193

From one remoteness never turned off, TRAVEL IN ITALY offers landscapes, painters and poets, selecting events, works, places and poems, capturing the corresponding emotions, to transform them into pixels of the feelings that accompany and guide the reader in their own daily life.             May 5th 1432: TRAVEL IN ITALY, THE PAGE 193 > He ...

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May 4th 1410: TRAVEL IN ITALY, THE PAGE 191

From one remoteness never turned off, TRAVEL IN ITALY offers landscapes, painters and poets, selecting events, works, places and poems, capturing the corresponding emotions, to transform them into pixels of the feelings that accompany and guide the reader in their own daily life.   May 4th 1410: TRAVEL IN ITALY, THE PAGE 191 > Pope Gregory XII meets the Cardinals ...

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THE LAST ROW: A RETURN TO LIGHT IN THIRTEEN TOURIST ROUTES: Sixth Itinerary, Macerata Feltria

THE LAST ROW: A RETURN TO LIGHT IN THIRTEEN TOURIST ROUTES: Sixth Itinerary, Macerata Feltria > 123 km in 3 hours and a quarter: Macerata Feltria Monte Cerignone, Montegrimano, Mercatino Conca, Sassofeltrio, Montegiardino, Faetano, Montescudo Gemmano, Montefiore Conca, Saludecio, Mondaino, Cerreto, Tavoleto, Auditore, Montecalco in Leaf Castle Cavallino, Pieve di Bitch, San Donato in Taviglione, Sassocorvaro, Certalto, Macerata Feltria. MACERATA FELTRIA: ...

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May 3th 1410: TRAVEL IN ITALY, THE PAGE 189

May 3th 1410: TRAVEL IN ITALY, THE PAGE 189 > Dies, lynched by the crowd, Stefano Bagnone, had been involved in conspiracy of the Pazzi.       MICHELANGELO BUONARROTI: “Because it seems as well, which I have received your booklet, I will answer anything about what you ask me, though ignorantly. I say that the painting seems to me ...

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TRIUMPH OF BACCHUS AND ARIADNE > Lorenzo De ‘ Medici

TRIUMPH OF BACCHUS AND ARIADNE   How beautiful is youth, who flees though! Who wants to be happy, either : tomorrow there is no certainty . This is Bacchus and Ariadne is this , beautiful , and the other is one of the burning : because time is running out and deceives , together they are always happy. These nymphs ...

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