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Les Muses camuses des burlesques

Abstract : In the 17th century, through the conjunction of the satire of credulity and imagination (in favour of reason), and of the criticism of the heritage of Classical Antiquity, Saint-Amant and Desmarets ridicule the figure of the inspired poet. Nonetheless, they keep showing faith in a furor of supernatural origin, even Scarron when he establishes with self-derision and irreverence a natural link between burlesque inspiration and grotesque body, poetry and temper.
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Claudine Nédelec. Les Muses camuses des burlesques. Littératures classiques, 2020, Figures de l’inspiration dans la poésie et la poétique françaises et néo-latines (fin XVIe- début XVIIIe siècles), 2 (102), pp. 81-92. ⟨10.3917/licla1.102.0081⟩. ⟨hal-03275479⟩



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