, Later on, Bottinius complains: "If I might read instead of print my speech, -/ Ay, and enliven speech with many a flower / Refuses obstinately blow in print / As wildings planted in a prim parterre, a poem saturated with tropes like Robert Browning's The Ring and the Book, pp.245-325, 1971.
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, Translation, indeed, comes from the Latin translatio, and literally designates the process by which something is carried (latum) across (trans)
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Mallarmé writes : "le vers: lui, philosophiquement rémunère le défaut des langues, complément supérieur, Stéphane Mallarmé, p.364, 1945. ,
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295) -a phrase also quoted by MacNeice in the third section of, 1951. ,
Gazing at the stars is therefore not as preposterous as one might think at first glance. In MacNeice's "Star-Gazer" the dark reverie reveals "a mystical sense of man's position in the universe 37 ". MacNeice is then very close to Saint-John Perse when, in his Nobel Prize speech, the latter describes how science and poetry follow the same pattern of exploration of the unknown, and how they complement each other: "et c'est la poésie, alors, non la philosophie, qui se révèle la vraie 'fille de l'étonnement' 38, Les Orientales : Les Feuilles d'automne, Paris, Gallimard, 1966. Like a poet, Thales is interested in "the essence of man" and things. The question raised by the maid-servant's reaction: is Thales just an absent-minded man, or is he, according to Socrates, a brilliant thinker too? Henri Bergson, in his brilliant study of laughter, naturally supports the view of Socrates, pp.16-17, 1938. ,
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