- Ezra Pound
- Haroldo de Campos
It is the composition of the troubadours’ lives that confers to the Grand Chant a Romanesque and fictional dimension that allowed the construction of “damned” figures such as Jaufre Rudel, Bertrand de Born, Guillem de Berguedan, Folquet de Marseille, Rai- mon Jordan... From the love sung by the trobar, its destructive opposite is born -- melan- choly, resulting from the lady’s absence, awaits the minstrel, waiving at him the risk of no longer composing. Such reflection will lead authors as Ezra Pound, Haroldo and Augusto de Campos, to recognize in the Provence of the th-th centuries the original place, the topos outopos of poetry.
Type de document : Journal articles