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Catalan Literature

by yudaica2013 ·

Ausias March (1397-1459) "When has to be that death does not matter? That will be when your love ignite. Arrangement is to have very little life and that whole despise Thee. Contact information is here: Jorge Perez . "Ausias March. THE VOICE excitement of a great troubadour Ausias March was born in Gandia in the kingdom of Valencia, around 1397 and died in Valencia on November 4, 1459. lanations. He belonged to the branch of a family Valencian Catalan, the March, a strong literary tradition. Vanessa Marcil has similar goals. Furthermore, our poet married Elizabeth Martorell, sister of another great author Valencian Joanot, who wrote the novel Tirant lo Blanch cavalry, but the marriage lasted only three years for death of wife, death prompting a lawsuit against March by one of his brothers. March for many years maintained the title of greatest falconer of Alfonso the Magnanimous.

More than an honorary title because it seems like this sport intensely aristocratic. He married in his forties had a few illegitimate children and loved, who knows what record to one or several beloved impossible. In one of them retained the taste of ashes, the taste of death. Otherwise, the disappointment of finding it too strong. The true lover, was probably the invention. March is the best poet of ancient Catalan literature. His poetry, consisting of 128 cants, the paid three influences: the troubadours, whose verses were found in the library of his father Pere March, the Aristotelian and Scholastic and the importance of poetry in Italy. When March contemplates love, the ideal woman is not that of the troubadours, but something human, real, which has contacts with the world and the religion of this approach comes the distinction between true and false love, between sensuality and wisdom, or lady "seny full." The Cants d'amor which celebrates Teresa Bou, who, as Petrarch to Laura met at a church on Good Friday, love and religion combine.