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Tom Betteridge

Tom Betteridge is a London-based independent researcher and poet, UK. He completed his PhD at the School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Badiou, Poem and Subject

Bloomsbury Academic, 2020

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...Concluding his opening chapter of The Century, Badiou declares that ‘the century will indeed have been the century of the emergence of another humanity, of a radical transformation of what man is’ (TC, 10). The future perfect tense here...
...François de Malherbe, the father of classical poetry, was born in Caen in 1555 and died on Aix-en-Provence 16 October 1628 in Paris Paris. He was the son of François de Malherbe, seigneur d’Igny, a counsellor at the presidial court of Caen,...
...Gournay, Marie de (also known as Marie Le Jars de Gournay) Picardy Marie de Gournay was born in Paris in 1565 and died there in 1645. She was the first-born child of Guillaume Le Jars, the king’s treasurer from 1563, and of Jeanne de...
...Forez Marseilles Urfé, Honoré d’ Valteline Honoré d’Urfé was born in Marseilles in February 1567 and died of an illness on 1 June 1625, at the battle of Valteline. There is no account of his life that canonizes the author of L’Astrée...
...Port-Royal Arnauld, Jeanne-Catherine-Agnès (or Mère Agnès de Saint-Paul) Arnauld, Jacqueline-Marie-Angélique (or Mère Angelique) Maubuisson Port-Royal-de-Paris Port-Royal-des-Champs Sales, François de Toulouse Angélique Arnauld was born...
...Jean Chapelain was born in Paris on 4 December 1595 and died on 22 February 1674. He did not undertake a career as a lawyer, as his father had hoped, but instead studied Latin, Greek, Italian and Spanish in great depth, following...
...Scudéry, Georges de Marseilles Sorbonne Georges de Scudéry was born in Le Havre in 1601 and spent his early years in Apt Apt, where his family originated; his father’s military career, however, caused the family to move elsewhere (he had...
...La Rochefoucauld, François de Sablé, Madeleine de Souvré, marquise de François VI de La Rochefoucauld, heir of one of the noblest French families, was born on 15 September 1613 in Paris Paris and died there on the night of 16 March 1680...
...Gilberte Pascal was the daughter of Étienne Pascal and Antoinette Begon, who were married before June 1614. She was born in Clermont on 1 January 1620 and died on 25 April 1687 in Paris. She was brought up in the family home but lost her...
...Sorel, Charles Cyrano de Bergerac, Savinien La-Chapelle-Saint-Denis La Mothe Le Vayer, François de Molière (né Jean-Baptiste Poquelin) This French poet was born in 1626 in La Chapelle Saint-Denis, whence he took his nickname, and died...