Catullus

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Roman lyric poet remembered for his love poems to an aristocratic Roman woman (84-54 BC)

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His mistrust of others' verse structures surely explains, for example, the aversion he felt to Rodrigue et Chimene, the pompous verse libretto by the then celebrated writer Catulle Mendes.
A conflagration of love and death, passion and murder occurs in Moore's other poem of male revenge, "Le Succube," which Moore acknowledges as "Translated from the French of Catulle Mendes.
Miser Catulle, desinas ineptire et quod vides perisse perditum ducas.
Anita di Stefano provides a comprehensive and successful paper on Pierio and the birth of a Catullan philological critique in the sixteenth century (including many primary-source extracts and a valuable appendix with Valeriano's "pra[e]lectiones in Catullum" on poem 8 "Miser Catulle, desinas ineptire").
The daughters of Catulle, Mendes by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919), 1888.
He was a regular at the Parnassian salon of the Marquise de Ricard along with Verlaine, Leconte de Lisle, Banville, Catulle Mendes, and Villiers de l'Isle-Adam.
Miser Catulle, desinas ineptire, et quod vides perisse perditum ducas.
These include a portion of Claire von Glumer's adoring biography of soprano Wilhelmine Schroder-Devrient, a favorite of Wagner's during his Dresden years; an excerpt from English critic Henry Chorley's commentary upon musical life in Dresden during the 1840s; French writer Catulle Mendes's reminiscence of Wagner from his visit to Tribschen during the summer of 1869; and American dentist Newell Sill Jenkins's assessment of the personality, widespread intellectual interests, and grand plans for emigrating to America of his friend and patient Richard Wagner.