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I · THE YOUNG POETS N introductory sketch of the backgrounds of the three poets will serve to establish the early relationships of each to his cultural heritage. In spite of the fact that docu­ mentation is scanty in all cases, and that opinion varies sometimes to the point of contradiction, the main lines of development are nevertheless clear. It is interesting to find that even in the sixteenth century the child was apparently father to the man, that the tendencies of adolescence and young manhood all point, whether piously or impiously, to the

A YOUNG POET IN HIS TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR 68 Brain, work now as well as you can. A partial pleasure's destroying him. He's in a maddening situation. Every day he kisses the face he worships, his hands are on those magnificent limbs. He's never loved before with this degree of passion. But the rich fulfillment of love is lacking: that fulfillment which both of them have to want with the same intensity. (They aren't equally given to homosexual love; he alone is completely possessed by it.) And so he's destroying himself, he's all on edge. Then—to make

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CONTENTS PREFACE INTRODUCTION I. THE YOUNG POETS II. THE EARLY TRANSLATIONS FROM DU BELLA! III. THEORY OF POETRY IV. THE COMPLAINTS OF THE MUSES V. THE CONQUEST OF TIME VI. THE MORAL VISION OF THE WORLD VII. PLATONISM IN SPENSER VIII. PLATONISM IN DU BELLAY AND RONSARD IX. DEVOTIONAL VERSE IN THE THREE POETS CONCLUSION APPENDICES INDEX vii 3 12 2 5 37 66 93 1 33 171 201 240 2 55 2 75 xi