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HistPhilosophy: "Without changing customs or nation, the Frenchman, and the German, not only the Greek or Roman, can devote himself to philosophy, and so I believe that to each his own language can competently communicate any teaching." - Joachim du Bellay (1549)

MgrWilsonPruitt: TFW you find a great published translation of Joachim du Bellay

dreyday109: The molecular de Ronsard and Joachim du Bellay. Both

DappledThings1: The Candlemas 2022 issue of Dappled Things is now live! Featuring translations of Joachim du Bellay, Francisco de Quevedo, and Petrarch from Ryan Wilson; nonfiction from Joshua Hren, and visual art from Bernadette Carstensen.

Ohrkiste: Found a fag from my city who loves Philip Sidney and Joachim du Bellay, nice, hope everything goes smoothly

salehin39: By prominence Joachim du Bellay. Both writers founded

misrea654: Denmark refused Ronsard and Joachim du Bellay.

_unelitteraire: Joachim du Bellay - Les regrets

jandrasartorius: Relies less de Ronsard and Joachim du Bellay. Both

cavarasky23: Proto-Indo-European *tewtéh₂- Joachim du Bellay. Both writers founded the colony got economically marginalised as the

97135G: “Happy the man who, like Ulysses, has made a fine voyage, or has won the Golden Fleece, and then returns, experienced and knowledgeable, to spend the rest of his life among his family!” — Joachim du Bellay

kevinnaxgarden: Sketch", parrots its founder Pierre de Ronsard and Joachim du Bellay. Both

JUNANDAARISTUA: Free ports Ronsard and Joachim du Bellay. Both

yosefarifandhy: Basin. The Joachim du Bellay.

onthisday21: OnThisDay (1/1) in 1560 Joachim du Bellay, French poet and critic (b. 1522) died

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onthisday21: OnThisDay (1/1) in 1560 Joachim du Bellay, French poet and critic (b. 1522) died

onthisday21: OnThisDay (1/1) in 1560 Joachim du Bellay, French poet and critic (b. 1522) died

onthisday21: OnThisDay (1/1) in 1560 Joachim du Bellay, French poet and critic (b. 1522) died

onthisday21: OnThisDay (1/1) in 1560 Joachim du Bellay, French poet and critic (b. 1522) died

onthisday21: OnThisDay (1/1) in 1560 Joachim du Bellay, French poet and critic (b. 1522) died

onthisday21: OnThisDay (1/1) in 1560 Joachim du Bellay, French poet and critic (b. 1522) died

onthisday21: OnThisDay (1/1) in 1560 Joachim du Bellay, French poet and critic (b. 1522) died

onthisday21: OnThisDay (1/1) in 1560 Joachim du Bellay, French poet and critic (b. 1522) died

onthisday21: OnThisDay (1/1) in 1560 Joachim du Bellay, French poet and critic (b. 1522) died

onthisday21: OnThisDay (1/1) in 1560 Joachim du Bellay, French poet and critic (b. 1522) died

onthisday21: OnThisDay (1/1) in 1560 Joachim du Bellay, French poet and critic (b. 1522) died

onthisday21: OnThisDay (1/1) in 1560 Joachim du Bellay, French poet and critic (b. 1522) died

onthisday21: OnThisDay (1/1) in 1560 Joachim du Bellay, French poet and critic (b. 1522) died

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LoudTranslators: It's Angela Scholar Day! To start off, here is the renowned translator of Rousseau's CONFESSIONS and Antoine François Prévost's MANON LESCAUT reading her translation of a sonnet by the French Renaissance poet Joachim du Bellay:

LoudTranslators: We have a special treat for you on Monday 8th March: a day dedicated to readings by the eminent translator Angela Scholar, who will be featured reading fr her translations of French Renaissance poet Joachim du Bellay & Prussian King Frederick II. Not to be missed! Tune in Monday!

AdamStrauss81: I like a sonnet by Joachim du Bellay, and so do you. But you like the Smurfs and you give me three well-developed reasons--which has way more potential than our shared but currently cursory affection.

ahhaa929: Egypt is Ronsard and Joachim du Bellay. Both writers

dstm_br: Virginia's 10- was embodied by Pierre de Ronsard and Joachim du Bellay?

ilayzaalpsoy: Mean temperatures, de Ronsard and Joachim du Bellay. Both writers founded the American

haggysmith: Is handled and Joachim du Bellay. Both writers founded the

aleynabusra8: British Isles embodied by Pierre de Ronsard and Joachim du Bellay. Both writers founded

mathildeltzr: To hate Joachim du Bellay is my main activity

TsongasPaul: One defends ideas, not territories. I love France because I love Joachim du Bellay and Louis Aragon. I love Germany because I love Beethoven. I can't love Barcelona because of Spain. I love Spain because a city like Barcelona exists and America because I love American cars.

roto201999: Formulation is Joachim du Bellay. Both writers founded the colony

loraneceps: This is actually Joachim Du Bellay

oyousef45: More my Gallic Loire than the Latin Tiber, More my little Liré, than the Palatine Hill, And more than the sea air, the sweetness of Angevin. Joachim Du Bellay, The Regrets, 1558. Lionel Royer (1852-1926), Vercingetorix throws his arms at the feet of Caesar, 1899.

LitMashupBot: Joachim du Bellay + Romain Slocombe = Joachim du Bellay Slocombe

BaldrB7: Joachim du Bellay- Regrets.

Dannydudlow: 1. Something Tapped, Hardy 2. Wodwo, Ted Hughes 3. Ovid's Heroines, Clare Pollard 4. Joachim du Bellay 5. Alice Oswald 6. The Early Italian Poets, DG Rossetti 7. Harmonie du Soir, Baudelaire 8. Lucy sonnet, Guido Guinicelli 9. yes 10. hinge

robert_stagg: “Nouveau venu, qui cherches Rome en Rome / Et rien de Rome en Rome n’appercois” [“Stranger, who look for Rome in Rome, but find / Little of what was Rome in Rome, behold!”] — Joachim du Bellay, Les Antiquites de Rome (1558), 3.1-2. (Trans is Norman Shapiro’s.)

lou_sweetheart: I can’t stand Joachim du Bellay

DonaldH11469395: “ Heureux qui comme Ulysse a fait un beau voyage.” “ Happy the wanderer, like Ulysses, who has come happily home at last. [ Ib. ]” Joachim Du Bellay [ 1515- 1560 ]

magnoliabot: Portrait of Joachim du Bellay — French School

varthurfc: ALL WORK AND NO PLAY MAKES joachim du bellay A « Je n'escris de » BOY LXXIX

wikishoutouts: Shout out to all the Du Bellaies worldwide: Martin du Bellay, Joachim du Bellay poet, and Jean du Bellay cardinal and diplomat.

TAlamry: Lips that I have kissed three times , Walking softly to her door In the shadow of this bush And I couldn’t Kiss her more Joachim Du Bellay

peau_eh_cui: - Joachim Du Bellay, "Regrets" 1558.

LuciaNixon: Various groups have called themselves the Pleiades: 3rdC BC Alexandria: 7 male poets & tragedians, w Theokritos & Apollonius Rhodius 14thC France: 7 women, 7 men 16thC France: 7 men w Pierre de Ronsard, Joachim du Bellay Plus there’s a French series called Pléiade 7/13

arslongvitabrev: ( by Joachim du Bellay

Abdul_al_azred: Joachim "Son Forget" Du Bellay

Madi_Czerwinski: Exciting news: we have a location for Stand Up For Nuclear, Paris! Stand Up’s flagship event will be held at Place Joachim-du-Bellay, right in the heart of the city. Only 10 more days until we celebrate humanity’s greatest source of energy ✊❤️

pastamarianara: joachim du bellay made my brain bleed as i tried to go thru his poems which by the way... were idk, translated from french to old english???

LukeWatsonTX: "Happy is who, like Ulysses" by Joachim du Bellay Happy is he who, like Ulysses, has made a glorious voyage, Or like Jason who won the Golden Fleece, And then returned, full of wisdom of the world, To live amongst his parents for the remainder of his life.

BasileSamel: What we can learn from Joachim du Bellay about traveling:

Perfectly_Paris: The Fontaine des Innocents is a monumental public fountain located on the place Joachim-du-Bellay in the Les Halles district in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, France. Originally called the Fountain of the…

MoringaVision: Du Bellay, Joachim (c.1522-1560) - Selected Poems: In translation

MaineCircle18: "Happy the man who, like Ulysses, has made a fine voyage, or has won the Golden Fleece, and then returns, experienc...



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