Ronsard discovers the riches of imagination and human fantasy at
the point where body and soul connect. This chronological survey of
both sleep and fantasy in Ronsard's works examines the evolution of
the poet's use of fantastic images, from early reliance on the
fantastical to a more corporeal approach towards the end. As death
draws nearer, Ronsard carefully gets rid of all the forms of
illusion that could disturb the association between body and soul.
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