Attendants to the Duel: Classical Intertexts in Philippe Desportes's "Adieu à la Pologne" and Jan Kochanowski's "Gallo Crocitanti"

Attendants to the Duel: Classical Intertexts in Philippe Desportes's "Adieu à la Pologne" and... ATTENDANTS TO THE DUEL: CLASSICAL INTERTEXTS IN PHILIPPE DESPORTES'S "ADIEU À LA POLOGNE" AND JAN KOCHANOWSKI'S "GALLO CROCITANTI" Rory Finnin While on state visit to Warsaw in 1967, not far from the intersection of ´ Jerozolimskie Avenue and Nowy Swiat where a monument honoring him now stands, Charles de Gaulle gave a televised address to the Polish nation in which he declared: Polonais, Français, nous nous ressemblons tant et tant! C'est vrai pour l'économie, la culture, la science. C'est vrai, aussi, pour la politique. De siècle en siècle, il n'arriva jamais que nos deux peuples se soient combattus. Au contraire, le succès ou le malheur de l'un ont toujours été liés au succès ou au malheur de l'autre [...]1 [The Polish, the French--we resemble each other so much! This is true for the economy, culture, and science. This is true for politics as well. From century to century, it has never been the case that our two peoples have fought each other. On the contrary, the success or the misfortune of one has always been linked to the success or to the misfortune of the other. . . .] For the president of the Fifth Republic, this nostalgic http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Comparative Literature Studies Penn State University Press

Attendants to the Duel: Classical Intertexts in Philippe Desportes's "Adieu à la Pologne" and Jan Kochanowski's "Gallo Crocitanti"

Comparative Literature Studies, Volume 44 (3) – Dec 6, 2007

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ATTENDANTS TO THE DUEL: CLASSICAL INTERTEXTS IN PHILIPPE DESPORTES'S "ADIEU À LA POLOGNE" AND JAN KOCHANOWSKI'S "GALLO CROCITANTI" Rory Finnin While on state visit to Warsaw in 1967, not far from the intersection of ´ Jerozolimskie Avenue and Nowy Swiat where a monument honoring him now stands, Charles de Gaulle gave a televised address to the Polish nation in which he declared: Polonais, Français, nous nous ressemblons tant et tant! C'est vrai pour l'économie, la culture, la science. C'est vrai, aussi, pour la politique. De siècle en siècle, il n'arriva jamais que nos deux peuples se soient combattus. Au contraire, le succès ou le malheur de l'un ont toujours été liés au succès ou au malheur de l'autre [...]1 [The Polish, the French--we resemble each other so much! This is true for the economy, culture, and science. This is true for politics as well. From century to century, it has never been the case that our two peoples have fought each other. On the contrary, the success or the misfortune of one has always been linked to the success or to the misfortune of the other. . . .] For the president of the Fifth Republic, this nostalgic

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