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Wednesday, 18 March 2009
(3) Echo Verse and the Echo motif in French Literature
The Echo motif was often seen as a playful motif in French Renaissance Literature. Du Bellay was much influenced by
Homer, Cicero and others
Du Bellay's influence on Sir Philip Sidney
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