The undoing of the text and the destruction of the book are closely related, in Hugo's work, to the theme of revolution. The important "Le Verso de la page" was literally dismantled.
Heredia's sonnets are generally presented as medallions, prime illustrations of static Parnassian art; the article considers three of them as illustrations of dynamic structure, formal and verbal.
Romantic love needs pudeur (modesty and/or reserve) to be romantic. In the steps of Rousseau the Romantics, from Chateaubriand to Stendhal and Balzac, likened human love to the love of God.
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