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Leon Bloy the pauper poet 1846-1917.
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Biography. Bloy was born in Notre-Dame-de-Sanilhac, in the arondissement of Périgueux, was the second of six sons of Voltairean freethinker and stern disciplinarian Jean-Baptiste Bloy and his wife Anne-Marie Carreau, pious Spanish-Catholic daughter of a Napoleonic soldier.
After an agnostic and unhappy youth in which he cultivated an intense hatred for the. Interestingly, like many French Catholic intellectuals in the early decades of the last century, he was an avid reader of the writing of the radical pamphleteer and famous pauper Léon Bloy () (whom Tournemire considered a prophet), who was quoted by Pope Francis during his first homily on the day after his election.
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Polimeni (Emmanuela) Leon Bloy. The Pauper Prophet. - London: Dobson, First edition. the Hungarian Gulag. The poet Tibor Tollas was the spiritual leader of this literary movement.
He collected the poems written by inmates and c. Full text of "Columbia Dictionary Of Modern European Literature" See other formats. •Kaj Munk, Danish Lutheran pastor, playwright and poet, opponent of the Nazis, active in the Danish Resistance, “When fire and murder are unleashed upon the people of the earth, it is our task to denounce, in the name of the God of love, everything which we.
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Walter Benjamin, Peter Demetz Reflections [8lyzk7k97nqd]. Download & View Walter Benjamin, Peter Demetz Reflections as PDF for free. But a new level of pathos was reached in Le Voir dit () by the proliﬁc poet and musician, Guillaume de Machaut (c–77), which projects the image of an ageing poet clinging desperately to love.