Villon


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French poet (flourished around 1460)

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Villon said the small school district in the overwhelmingly Hispanic suburb of Pico Rivera has been "swamped with controversy" since a video of the remarks went viral after a family friend of the student posted it on Facebook.
Villon said the El Rancho Unified School District reached a unanimous decision to fire Salcido.
Oriunda da recepcao da sua obra pelos seus editores e historiadores modernos, essa leitura anacronica de Villon como "o primeiro poeta moderno frances", no entanto, isolou-o da tradicao poetica medieval.
Historically, critics have focused on the centrality of Dante Gabriel Rossetti in sparking the English and then the American interest in Villon, and to question his primacy as "founder" is to threaten the foundations upon which the English canon of Villon has been erected.
Villon, 41, has been working as a pushcart retriever at NAIA for more than three years earning P466 a day.
Made of crude silver called villon, there are still lots of these coins around so at auction it is worth pounds 15-25.
Olson and Villon, Ginsberg and Catullus, O'Hara and Baudelaire--Rodefer approaches them as colleagues, with envy and admiration.
Born Eunice Westmoreland in Miami in 1914, she became Una Villon in the early '30s, in a sister act with Mexican-born Rene Villon.
VILLON may have been off the track for over two years but emerged a high-class performer before his absence and can strike at Ayr today.
If Villon is to live up to his big billing, he should be up to the task in the Happy New Year From Ayr Handicap Chase.
Meanwhile, Villon may have been off the track for over two years but emerged a high-class performer before his absence and can strike at Ayr.
Villon will take all the beating if fulfilling his long-held promise in the Betfair Supporting Greatwood Handicap Hurdle (5.00).
Debord's final feature-length work, Guy Debord: His Art and His Time, is a testament in the mode of Francois Villon. An icy clarity recalls Debord's autobiographical text Panegyric, but with a more advanced, third-person sense of detachment from all he has lived and will soon leave behind.