By Geoffrey Wilson
It is a typical trust that during France the research of medieval literature as literature merely started to achieve popularity as a sound career for the coed throughout the 19th century. it really is renowned that historians of the 16th, 17th and eighteenth centuries regarded to the literary productions of the center a while for fabrics priceless to their researches, however it is just lately that the outstanding frequency of this reference has been preferred and that students became conscious of an unbroken culture of what may possibly top be defined as traditionally ori ented medievalism stretching from the 16th century to our personal. The eighteenth century has drawn the best variety of curious to this box, for it truly is obvious that the strangely broad researches undertaken then do a lot to give an explanation for the development made a century later through the main celebrated new release of medievalistst. Very slowly we're coming to determine the price of the contribution made by way of little identified schol ars like los angeles Curne de Sainte-Palaye, Etienne Barbazan and the Comte de Caylus.
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166 Cf. a German translation of the work, revised with notes and additions: Reisen durch Auvergne von Legrand. Umgearbeitet mit Anmerkungen und Zusiitzen von Heinr. Fr. Link, Professor zu Rostock, Gottingen (Vandenhock und Ruprecht) 1797. The translator mentions a German rendering of the first edition, published in Bayreuth in 1791. 167 Voyage d'Auvergne, second edition, vol. III, p. " 168 First edition, Approbation. 169 Second Voyage dans l'Intirieur de I' Afrique, par Ie Cap de Bonne-Esperance; dans les annies 1783, 84 et 85; par F.
98 He adds, however, that Paulmy's four main headings, "logement, nourriture, habillemens, divertissemens ou jeux," are obvious and nothing new. 99 Vol. I, p. viii. 22 THE LIFE AND WORK OF LE GRAND D'AUSSY chose. Ce qui a paru sous Ie meme titre & sur la meme matiere precedemment a moi, m'appartenait; on l'a extrait de mes cahiers. Malheureusement, il ne m'est pas permis d'en dire davantage sur cet objet; une loi severe, que je suis oblige de respecter, m'impose, une seconde fois, Ie silence sur mes droits,loo For a man who claims to have had a "systeme de bonheur" founded upon the private cultivation of letters in the peace and calm of obscurity, it is surprising to see the lengths to which Le Grand is prepared to go in order to establish and advertise himself as sole author of what was to prove a difficult and most demanding piece of work.
The third volume of the Correspondance contains an article on a one-act verse comedy "d'un certain M. Legrand" entitled La Rupture au Ie Malentendu (pp. 315-316). THE LIFE AND WORK OF LE GRAND D'AUSSY 29 F. THE EXCURSIONS TO AUVERGNE It was not until 1787 that Le Grand indulged himself with what was his first real excursion into the provinces since his arrival in the capital well over twenty years earlier. In that year he set out for Auvergne to visit the brother he so cherished, Pierre-Theodore-Louis-Augustin, then prior of the abbey of Saint-Andre in Clermont.