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Accordingly, the sonnet has several potential functions for Labe: to conduct 'the geniality of this feeling back into herself ', or 'into itself', since if the sonnet is her truth (her writing), it is herself; (10) to deflect or exceed the inhibitions of the loved one and of love returned; to negotiate with memory in such a way that the past does not become a mirage; to allow the juxtaposition of different perspectives, past and present.
In a concluding chapter entitled "Venus et Sappho," Martin insists on the convergence of amorous and literary tropes in Louise Labe's work, particularly through the themes of the basium and the sun.
Louise Labe, Oeuvres poetiques, precedees des Rymes de Pernette du Guillet ...
The Labe Project is one of the world;s largest, high quality bauxite resources.
This mean concentration was more than fifteen times higher than that at the Obnstvi site, the Labe River, where the lowest content of 1-OHP was detected.
Feitas essas consideracoes iniciais, o nosso trabalho se propoe a analisar alguns dos sonetos de Louise Labe para observar como a tematica erotica e desenvolvida.
TODAY'S SARABAND SELECTIONS HUNTINGDON: 12.40 Jug Of Punch, 1.10 Molon Labe (nap), 1.40 Quintus, 2.10 Cucumber Run, 2.40 Rince Donn, 3.10 Kartanian, 3.40 Ericht.
Labe, 52, has nearly three decades of experience in business development and marketing.
Thus when Labe publishes her work, she is careful to assert her female identity as, ironically, a performance of privacy (101-103).
The main goal of the book is to offer a general investigation of Labe's work and a detailed analysis of some of her texts.
After a short introduction in which Labe is called "a mystery," mid-sixteenth-century Lyon is amply depicted, with all its magnificence, proclivity for festivities, and "poetic frenzy." Huchon describes the remarkable literary explosion which took place there in the 1540s.