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Nerval

(French nɛrval)
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(Biography) Gérard de (ʒerar də), real name Gérard Labrunie. 1808–55, French poet, noted esp for the sonnets of mysticism, myth, and private passion in Les Chimères (1854)
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Las largas tiradas en prosa del libro, hervorosas de imagenes arrebatadas, de arcaismos y esdrujulas, de suntuosidad sinestesica y pensamiento musical, como queria Carlyle, recuerdan las perturbadoras escenas de William Blake y Gerard de Nerval.
His friends included Theophile Gautier, Gerard de Nerval, Alfred de Musset, Eugene Delacroix, and Alexandre Dumas; another, for a time, was Charles Baudelaire, several of whose short prose poems first appeared in La Presse while Houssaye was its editor and all fifty-one of which were collected in Baudelaire's posthumously published Le spleen de Paris (1869), which began with a dedicatory essay addressed to Houssaye.
Asi que se refiere a Gerard de Nerval, que en Aurelia se mueve entre la "locura y lo fantastico".
Dans L'Etat critique de la litterature, Laurent Dubreuil explique, a propos de Gerard de Nerval, que "l'innervation de l'reuvre permet aussi a l'auteur de s'engendrer, se reincarner, se realiser" (195).
It is not difficult to realize that Gerard de Nerval, at least unconsciously, does not hesitate to return each time on his concerns and justifications regarding his own madness and predisposition for the dream when he writes a new text.
Yet, like many French artists and writers of the mid-19th century in France (the poets Charles Baudelaire and Gerard de Nerval, who hanged himself from a lamp post among many others) Carpeaux too, had a taste for the macabre, thus on page 293, you are confronted by the head of a guillotined man, which comes as a shock.
Veriamos ai, entre outras coisas, que aquele pobre Gerard de Nerval foi levado a uma morte tragica pelo realismo.
Hay que recordar que dos obras tocaron muy fondo el gusto popular y son responsables de una transmision continua del repertorio Faustico: La Condena de Fausto, de 1846 de Berlioz (36), la adaptacion del drama de Goethe a partir de la traduccion de Gerard de Nerval, que es de 1828, y la de Gounod que puso en opera el primer Fausto de Goethe.
The chapters on Lacenaire and Jack the Ripper should prove particularly useful for nineteenth-century scholars since they were cult figures for Romantic and Republican writers such as Petrus Borel, Alexandre Dumas, Gerard de Nerval, and Theophile Gautier.
The Western world, the President said, knew Istanbul through Lamartine, who was so mesmerized by the beauty of Istanbul as to mention the city as 'the capital of the world' and who decided to settle in Istanbul, and also through the eyes of Pierre Loti, Flaubert and Gerard de Nerval.
Our sample, made up of 3x3x3 poets (Irina Andone, Dimitrie Anghel, Thomas Lovell Beddoes, John Berryman, Paul Celan, Thomas Chatterton, Hart Crane, John Davidson, Sergey Esenin, Benjamin Fondane, Randall Jarrell, Heinrich von Kleist, Vachel Lindsay, Gherasim Luca, Lucan, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Gerard de Nerval, Cesare Pavese, Sylvia Plath, Sappho, Daniil Scavinski, Anne Sexton, Ion Stratan, Sara Teasdale, Georg Trakl, Marina Tsvetayeva, George Vasilievici) is sad testimony to such a deadlock but, as an excuse for the Poet, we will take the liberty to paraphrase La Rochefoucauld and say that Poets are not those which have "more virtue" and more of sanity than common souls, but "only those which have greater designs.
Like Richard Burton, like Edward Lane, Gerard de Nerval too shared