Jean Antoine de Baif
Jean Antoine de Baïf was a French poet and member of the Pléiade.
He was born in Venice, the natural son of the scholar Lazare de Baïf, who was at that time French ambassador at Venice. Thanks, perhaps, to the surroundings of his childhood, he grew up an enthusiast for the fine arts, and surpassed in zeal all the leaders of the Renaissance in France. His father spared no pains to secure the best possible education for his son. The boy was taught Latin by Charles Estienne, and Greek by Ange Vergèce, the Cretan scholar and calligraphist who designed Greek types for Francis I.
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- The Calculation Of Life
- Epitaph On Rabelais
- O ma belle rebelle!
- De Rose
- A Meline
- D'Amour d'Amour je fu je fu blessé
- Du Printemps
- Ha, que tu m'es cruelle
- Francine a si bonne grace
- Depuis le jour que mon ame fut prise
- D'un chapeau qui fleuronne
- Bien, je l'ay dit, je le confesse
- Babillarde, qui toujours viens
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