Antoine Héroët, ou Herouet, né vers 1492 et mort vers 1567, est un poète et un ecclésiastique français.↑ Comme c’était souvent le cas à l’époque, le patronyme d’Antoine Héroët a été soumis à des variations importantes de graphie. Sa famille semble avoir porté le nom d’Hérouet, sous lequel il signa ses premières œuvres, et que tous les documents historiques attestent.

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  • Antoine Héroët, ou Herouet, né vers 1492 et mort vers 1567, est un poète et un ecclésiastique français.
  • Antoine Héroet, surnamed La Maison-Neuve (died 1568), French poet, was born in Paris of a family connected with the well known chancellor, François Olivier.His poetry belongs to his early years, for after he had taken orders he ceased to write profane poetry, no doubt because he considered it out of keeping with his calling, in which he attained the dignity of bishop of Digue. His chief work is La Parfaicte Amye (Lyons, 1542) in which he developed the idea of a purely spiritual love, based chiefly on the reading of the Italian Neo-Platonists.The book aroused great controversy. La Borderie replied in L'Amie de cour with a description of a very much more human woman, and Charles Fontaine contributed a Contr'amye de court to the dispute, Héroet, in addition to some translations from the classics, wrote the Complainte d'une dame nouvellement surprise d'amour, an Epistre a François Ier, and some pieces included in the now very rare Opuscules d'amour par Héroet, La Borderie et autres divins poetes (Lyons, 1547). Héroet belongs to the Lyonnese school of which Maurice Scève may be regarded as the leader. Clement Marot praises him, and Ronsard was careful to exempt him with one or two others from the scorn he poured on his immediate predecessors.See HF Cary, The Early French Poets (1846). This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain:
  • Antoine Héroët, o Herouet, de sobrenombre La Maison-Neuve (c. 1492 - París, c. 1567), poeta y clérigo francés del Renacimiento (Escuela Lionesa).
  • Antoine Héroët, soprannominato La Maison-Neuve (Parigi, 1492 – Digne, 1568), è stato uno scrittore francese.
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  • Antoine Héroët, ou Herouet, né vers 1492 et mort vers 1567, est un poète et un ecclésiastique français.↑ Comme c’était souvent le cas à l’époque, le patronyme d’Antoine Héroët a été soumis à des variations importantes de graphie. Sa famille semble avoir porté le nom d’Hérouet, sous lequel il signa ses premières œuvres, et que tous les documents historiques attestent.
  • Antoine Héroët, o Herouet, de sobrenombre La Maison-Neuve (c. 1492 - París, c. 1567), poeta y clérigo francés del Renacimiento (Escuela Lionesa).
  • Antoine Héroët, soprannominato La Maison-Neuve (Parigi, 1492 – Digne, 1568), è stato uno scrittore francese.
  • Antoine Héroet, surnamed La Maison-Neuve (died 1568), French poet, was born in Paris of a family connected with the well known chancellor, François Olivier.His poetry belongs to his early years, for after he had taken orders he ceased to write profane poetry, no doubt because he considered it out of keeping with his calling, in which he attained the dignity of bishop of Digue.
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