Philip Ford's Ronsard’s Hymnes : a literary and iconographical study PDF

By Philip Ford

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Truths; intellectually inspired poetry, De Later on, in the section entitled I'invention, he seems to reaf- firm this tripartite division, with Platonic and Aristotelian theories of imitation rubbing shoulders without any apparent conflict in his mind: L'invention n'est autre chose que nation concevant les Idees & le bon naturel d'une imj^i- formes de toutes choses qui se peuvent imaginer tant celestes que terrestres, animees ou inanimiter: car imes [sic], pour apres les representer, descrire tout ainsi que le but de I'orateur est de persuader, ainsi celuy representer les choses qui du Poete est d'imiter, inventer, sont, qui peuvent estre, ou que les anciens ont estime comme veritables.

T/>oeti^«eyrv«nfO)'5)^ Pleiade did not introduce into France the Neo-Platonic conception of poetry which they exploited so much in order to give prestige to their endeavors. For example, the neo- Latin poet Salmon Macrin, writing around 1530 of the joys of the countryside, alluded to divine inspiration:^ Et si coUibuit quid meditarier, nusquam est aura serenior, oestro nusquam animos ualdius entheo Nysaeusque bicorniger insignisque chely Delius incitant. {Carminum liber primus, 20. 26-30) (And if the fancy has come to consider writing some poem, nowhere else does the breeze bring fairer weather, nowhere else with greater power does the twin-horned Nysaean [Bac- ^ References are taken from the 1932 edition by Felix Gaiffe.

47-48. Architectural Principles in the 1952), 27. See also Peter Sharratt, CHAPTER 44 2 aware of harmony; he maintains, in other words, that the perception of harmony through the senses is possible by virtue of this affinity of our souls. This implies that if a church has been built in accordance with essential mathematical harmonies, we react instinctively; an inner sense tells us, without rational analysis, that we perceive an image of the vital force behind all matter— of God (pp. 24-25) Himself.

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