Jean Passerat, né à Troyes le 18 octobre 1534, mort à Paris le 14 septembre 1602, est un poète et humaniste français.

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  • Jean Passerat, né à Troyes le 18 octobre 1534, mort à Paris le 14 septembre 1602, est un poète et humaniste français.
  • Jean Passerat (* 18. Oktober 1534 in Troyes; † 14. September 1602 in Paris) war ein französischer Schriftsteller und Lyriker.Passerat studierte an der Universität von Paris und unterrichtete zunächst am Collège de Plessis. 1572 wurde er Professor für Latein am Collège de France. Er verfasste hier Kommentare zu Catullus, Tibullus und Propertius und einige lateinischsprachige Werke, darunter die zweibändigen Kalendae januariae et varia quaedam poemata, die 1606 im Druck erschienen.Bekannt wurde Passerat als Hauptautor der 1594 erschienenen Satire Ménippée (La Satyre Ménippée de la vertu du Catholicon d'Espagne). Als Lyriker verfasste er einige berühmte Gedichte, darunter die Ode Du Premier jour de mai und die Villanelle J’ai perdu ma tourterelle. Ein bekanntes politisches Gedicht war Sur la journée de Senlis.
  • Jean Passerat (Troyes, 18 ottobre 1534 – Parigi, 14 settembre 1602) è stato un umanista e poeta francese.Fu autore di eleganti versi in latino e in francese, la cui vena migliore è quella che si risolve in satira gaia e divertita. Studiò giurisprudenza all'Università di Parigi; fece l'insegnante presso il Collège de Plessis e poi il professore di latino al Collège de France.
  • Jean Passerat (18 October 1534 – 14 September 1602) was a French political satirist and poet.Passerat was born at Troyes, on 18 October 1534. He studied at the University of Paris, and is said to have had some curious adventures at one time working in a mine. He was, however, a scholar by natural taste, and became eventually a teacher at the Collège de Plessis, and on the death of Ramus was made professor of Latin in 1572 in the Collège de France.In the meanwhile Passerat had studied law, and had composed much agreeable poetry in the Pléiade style, the best pieces being his short ode Du Premier jour de mai and the villanelle whose first line is J'ay perdu ma tourterelle. The nonce form of the latter poem was eventually imitated by many nineteenth- and twentieth-century poets. Passerat's exact share in the Satire Ménippée (Tours, 1594), the great manifesto of the politique or Moderate Royalist party when it had declared itself for Henry of Navarre, is unknown; but it is agreed that he wrote most of the verse, and the harangue of the guerrilla chief Rieux is sometimes attributed to him. The famous Sur la journée de Senlis, which commends the duc d'Aumale's ability in running away, is one of the most celebrated political songs in French. Towards the end of his life Passerat became blind. He died in Paris on 14 September 1602.VillanelleI'ay perdu ma Tourterelle: Eft-ce point celle que i'oy?Ie veus aller aprés elle.Tu regretes ta femelle, Helas! außi fai-ie moy,I'ay perdu ma Tourterelle.Si ton Amour eft fidelle, Außi est ferme ma foy,Ie veus aller aprés elle.Ta plainte fe renouuelle;Toufiours plaindre ie me doy:I'ay perdu ma Tourterelle.En ne voyant plus la belle Plus rien de beau ie ne voy: Ie veus aller aprés elle.Mort, que tant de fois i'appelle, Pren ce qui fe donne à toy:I'ay perdu ma Tourterelle, Ie veus aller aprés elle.Jean Passerat. Recueil des oeuvres poétiques de Ian Passerat augmenté de plus de la moitié, outre les précédentes impressions. [Ed. Jean de Rougevalet.] Paris: Morel, 1606. 344-5.
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  • Jean Passerat, né à Troyes le 18 octobre 1534, mort à Paris le 14 septembre 1602, est un poète et humaniste français.
  • Jean Passerat (Troyes, 18 ottobre 1534 – Parigi, 14 settembre 1602) è stato un umanista e poeta francese.Fu autore di eleganti versi in latino e in francese, la cui vena migliore è quella che si risolve in satira gaia e divertita. Studiò giurisprudenza all'Università di Parigi; fece l'insegnante presso il Collège de Plessis e poi il professore di latino al Collège de France.
  • Jean Passerat (* 18. Oktober 1534 in Troyes; † 14. September 1602 in Paris) war ein französischer Schriftsteller und Lyriker.Passerat studierte an der Universität von Paris und unterrichtete zunächst am Collège de Plessis. 1572 wurde er Professor für Latein am Collège de France.
  • Jean Passerat (18 October 1534 – 14 September 1602) was a French political satirist and poet.Passerat was born at Troyes, on 18 October 1534. He studied at the University of Paris, and is said to have had some curious adventures at one time working in a mine.
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