By Guillaume Apollinaire
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Placés sous le signe du temps qui passe, les poèmes d’Alcools récréent tout un monde : celui des lieux où son life a conduit leur auteur et dont ils entrecroisent les souvenirs, comme celui de ces grandes figures féminines qui ont traversé sa vie. Mais ils sont en même temps imprégnés d’une tradition à los angeles fois populaire et savante qui permet au poète de recueillir l’héritage du passé tout en s’ouvrant à l. a. modernité de los angeles vie ordinaire – les affiches ou bien les avions. On aurait ainsi tort de croire que ce recueil où s’inaugure los angeles poésie du XXe siècle soit, à sa parution en 1913, un livre de rupture. Nourri de poèmes anciens aussi bien que récents, le chant que font entendre ceux d’Apollinaire, à l’oralité si puissante, tire ses ressources du vers régulier comme du vers libre, et il ne s’agit pas pour le poète de céder au uncomplicated plaisir du nouveau : seule compte ici sa liberté et ce que lui dicte l. a. voix inimitable d’un lyrisme qui n’a pas cessé de nous toucher.
Édition présentée, annotée et commentée par Didier Alexandre. Chronologie de Laurence Campa.
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James of Compostella in Spain, St. Peter's in Rome, and the sanctuaries of Jerusalem, the holiest of all holy cities. The in the tenth century encouraged the Spanish abbots of Cluny monasteries on the southwestern pilgrimage at first, and their route proved to be convenient havens for all pious travellers in that direction. Later, they extended their good offices to other leading centers and began to organize trips to the Holy Land. Numerous persons of standing in those days were able to pilgrimage under the sponsorship of Cluniac perform monks.
Cases of sporadic persecutions occurred, but these must be linked up with the individual whims of such Caliphs as al-Hakim (996-1020) , sometimes described as the "Egyptian Nero" for his cruelty to the Chris- tians and his destruction of the Holy Sepulchre in 1009. But al-Hakim was insane. He also abused the Muslims and his end was obscure. It is said that he was murdered in the Helwan desert by his retainers, though a curious but unproved storystates that he retired incognito to the oblivion of a Coptic monastery, where he buried his atrocities in austere penance.
John Tzimisces (969-76) an emperor of Armenian extraction, continued his predecessor's campaigns -in the Holy Land with even greater vigor, though with few results of a really permanent nature. He crossed the Orontes in 975 and approached Damascus from Lebanon. Without a single stroke, the Turkish lord of Damascus, Aftekin, who had been fearful of encroachments from the heretic Shfite Fatimid Caliphate in Egypt, decided on submission to the uncertain authority of the Greek invader and paid John a tribute for holding the city.