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Ca·tul·lus

 (kə-tŭl′əs), Gaius Valerius 84?-54? bc.
Roman lyric poet known for his love poems to an aristocratic woman he named "Lesbia," but whose true identity he hid.
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Catullus

(kəˈtʌləs)
n
(Biography) Gaius Valerius (ˈɡaɪəs vəˈlɪərɪəs). ?84–?54 bc, Roman lyric poet, noted particularly for his love poems
Catullan adj
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Ca•tul•lus

(kəˈtʌl əs)

n.
Gaius Valerius, 84?–54? B.C., Roman poet.
Ca•tul′li•an, adj.
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Catullus

[kəˈtʌləs] NCatulo
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Catullus

[kəˈtʌləs] nCatullo
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The diva asserted that the amputation had been her own decision and Catulle Mendes's widow wrote an open letter to the actress published by The New York Times, praising her heroic sacrifice: "like the soldiers at the front, she has fought for an ideal.
En el parnasianismo--con Teophile Gautier y Catulle Mendes como maximos representantes--hay una busqueda del arte por el arte, de la belleza formal y el verso escultorico, ademas de un gusto por la evasion hacia ambientes medievales y exoticos.
While the violent crime during Leoncavallo's childhood might have had an impact on the composer, most of the libretto is invented or based on other sources, such as La femme de tabarin (1887) by Catulle Mendes or Un drama nuevo by Manuel Tamayo y Baus (Sansone 1989).
No mais, a casa de seus pais se assemelhava a um circulo literario-intelectual, sendo frequentada por personalidades como Theodore de Banville, Gustave Flaubert, Edmond de Goncourt, Champfleury, Arsene Houssaye, Gustave Dore, Catulle Mendes e Charles Baudelaire, entre outros.
(15) Hadrian had earlier confessed to his addressee, 'j'ai quelque part, sous clef, un ou deux volumes de vers d'amour, le plus souvent imites de Catulle,' (16) which also draws on the Apology: Ipsius etiam diui Adriani multa id genus legere me memini.
"It was not by chance that, immediately on returning from Rome, he alone among his compatriots felt compelled to seek out the finest winters and to consult Henri de Regnier, for example (who later told me the story), on the texts of his Proses lyriques, when Catulle Mendes was there and perfectly happy to assist." (11)