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We can also see that the Grail as cup is a female symbol, and—in an exceptionally blatant move—in the story of Tristan and Isolde, the great Grail hero, Tristan, changes his name to Tantris26…In fact, the novelist Lindsay Clarke describes the troubadours' love poetry as ‘Tantric scripts of the West’27.
Monferrato, or passed southwards into the Kingdom of Sicily, brought the conventions of their artificial love poetry with them.
As Dame Frances says: ‘…I think that what the religious experience of the Eroici furori really aims at is the Hermetic gnosis; this is the mystical love poetry of the Magus man, who was created divine, with divine powers, and is in the process of again becoming divine, with divine powers.’
(1388-1446) wrote popular love poetry and religious laudi, some of which have been attributed to Jacopone da Todi.
Unsettled by the trial and the very little she had managed to overhear of conversation between Caepio Junior and Caepio the father, Livia Drusa had gone to work at her loom for want of something else to do; no book could keep her enthralled, even the love poetry of the spicy Meleager.
However, what is routinely ignored is the fact that he had also published a volume of passionate love poetry called De gli eroici furori On the Heroic Frenzy, which was dedicated to his friend and patron Sir Philip Sydney.