Roberto E. Campo

**Research Interests: * Sixteenth-Century French Poetics and Poetry (especially the works of Pierre de Ronsard, Pontus de Tyard, and Remy Belleau) *Sixteenth-century travel literature *Early modern French "Orientalism" * Literary representations of the French identity (the "gaillard spirit") * Laughter theory (ancient through modern) * Early modern French funerary literature

There are 10 included publications by Roberto E. Campo :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
The Arts in Conflict in Ronsard's Des peintures contenues dedans un tableau 1992 57 Jean Plattard once suggested that, like all the major French poets of the midsixteenth century, Pierre de Ronsard overwhelmingly preferred the narrative-type,1 historical and mythological painting produced at the Chateau de Fontainebleau by artists s...
Françoise Joukovsky. Le Bel objet: les paradis artificiels de la Pléiade. 1995 0 This article is a book review of Le Bel objet: les paradis artificiels de la Pléiade by Françoise Joukovsky.
Review of Jean Tagaut. Les Odes à Pasithée, ed. Franco Giacone 1998 32 This article is a review of Odes à Pasithée by Jean Tagaut and edited by Franco Giacone.
Review of Le Jardin et la nature: Ordre et variété dans la littérature de la Renaissance, by Danièle Duport 2004 37 This article is a review of Le Jardin et la nature: Ordre et variété dans la littérature de la Renaissance by Danièle Duport.
Review of Le Vif du sens: Corps et poésie selon Maurice Scève, by Thomas Hunkeler 2005 39 This article is a review of the book Le Vif du sens”: Corps et poésie selon Maurice Scève by Thomas Hunkeler.
Review of Les figures du poète Pierre de Ronsard, ed. Marie-Dominique Legrand 2001 38 This article is a review of Les figures du poète Pierre de Ronsard edited by Marie-Dominique Legrand.
Review of Les théories de la ‘dispositio’ et le Grand Oeuvre de Ronsard, by Claudine Jomphe 2003 42 This article is a review of Les Théories de la dispositio et le grand oeuvre de Ronsard by Claudine Jomphe.
Ronsard's Eutrapelian Gaillardise 2003 97 Thanks in no small measure to the sixteenth-century French poet laureate Pierre de Ronsard, the adjective "gaillard" and its derivatives ("gaillardise" and "gaillardement") emerged to join the most semantically loaded and etymologically enigmatic wor...
Tyards Graphic Metamorphoses: Figuring the Semiosic Drift in the Douze Fables de fleuves ou fontaines 2001 36 Pontus de Tyard, a lesser-known member of the Pleiade poets of mid-sixteenth-century France, was deeply influenced by the concerns of his comrades and contemporaries about the elemental remoteness of all "reality" and the resulting "semiosic drift" u...
The Voyage to Rome in French Renaissance Literature (Review) 1993 71 This article is a review of the book The Voyage to Rome in French Renaissance Literature by Eric Macphail.