Labé, Louise


Labé, Louise
detta Belle Cordière

Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione. 2010.

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  • LABE, Louise — (c. 1520 1566) One of the finest lyric poets of the French Renaissance, Louise Labe was famous for her passionate love sonnets. Labes was raised in the French city of Lyons, a vibrant hub of artistic, commercial, and publishing activity that was… …   Renaissance and Reformation 1500-1620: A Biographical Dictionary

  • Labé, Louise — (ca. 1524 1566)    poet    Born in lyon, Louise Labé, a writer of the French Renaissance, was part of the Lyonnais school of poetry. Named la Belle Cordière (she was the daughter and the wife of rope makers), she led a spirited and full life,… …   France. A reference guide from Renaissance to the Present

  • Labé, Louise — ▪ French poet original name  Louise Charly , byname  La Belle Cordière (French: “The Beautiful Rope Maker”)   born c. 1524, Lyon, France died 1566, Parcieux en Dombes  French poet, the daughter of a rope maker (cordier).       Labé was a member… …   Universalium

  • Labé, Louise — (ca. 1524 1566)    The pen name of the poet Louise Charly, born into a well to do family of rope makers at Lyon and given a classical education unusual for any woman of her time. Her collected poems, published in 1555, include three elegies and… …   Historical Dictionary of Renaissance

  • LABÉ, LOUISE —    poetess, surnamed La belle Cordière as the wife of a rope maker, born in Lyons; wrote in prose Dialogue d Amour et de Folie, and elegies and sonnets, with a singular approach to the ring of Shakespeare s (1526 1566) …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Louise Labbé — Louise Labé Louise Labé, portrait gravé par Pierre Woeiriot (1555), BNF. Louise Labé (1524 à Lyon 25 avril 1566 à Parcieux en Dombes) est une poétesse française. Surnommée « La Belle Cordière », elle fait partie des poètes en… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Louise Labe — Louise Labé Louise Labé, portrait gravé par Pierre Woeiriot (1555), BNF. Louise Labé (1524 à Lyon 25 avril 1566 à Parcieux en Dombes) est une poétesse française. Surnommée « La Belle Cordière », elle fait partie des poètes en… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Louise Labé — Louise Labé, (c. 1520 or 1522, Lyon April 25, 1566, Parcieux en Dombes), also identified as La Belle Cordière, was a female French poet of the Renaissance, born at Lyon, the daughter of a rich ropemaker, Pierre Charly, and his second wife,… …   Wikipedia

  • Louise Labé — Louise Labé. Louise Labé, nacida Louise Charly (Lyon, 1525 Parcieux en Dombes, 25 de abril de 1566), poetisa francesa perteneciente a la Escuela Lionesa del Renacimiento, conocida también bajo los sobrenombres de la Safo de Lyon , la Ninfa del… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Louise Labe — Louise Labé Louise Labé (* ca. 1524 in Lyon; † 25. April 1566 in Parcieux en Dombes bei Lyon) war eine französische Autorin. Zu ihren Lebzeiten vor allem als emanzipierte Frau avant la lettre bekannt, gilt sie seit ihrer Wiederentdeckung gegen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia


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