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Bernart de Ventadorn

Data de nascimento: 1125
Data de falecimento: 1195

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Bernart de Ventadorn , também conhecido como Bernard de Ventadour ou Bernat del Ventadorn, foi um proeminente trovador provençal francês. É lembrado pela sua mestria, bem como a popularização do estilo trova.

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„This is not love, such has only its name and semblance, which loves no thing unless it gains from it.“

— Bernart de Ventadorn
"Chantars no pot gaire valer", line 19; translation from Alan R. Press Anthology of Troubadour Lyric Poetry (1971) p. 67.

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„Singing cannot much avail, if from within the heart comes not the song; nor can the song come from the heart, unless there be there noble love, heartfelt.“

— Bernart de Ventadorn
"Chantars no pot gaire valer", line 1; translation from Alan R. Press Anthology of Troubadour Lyric Poetry (1971) p. 67.

„But true love comes, not so lightly
Without fear and with no doubting,
We always fear that what we love may fail,
So I don't dare to stir myself to speak.“

— Bernart de Ventadorn
"Ab joi mou lo vers e·l comens", line 13; translation by James H. Donalson. [http://www.brindin.com/poven001.htm]

„This is how she shows herself a woman indeed,
My lady, and I reproach her for it:
She does not want what one ought to want,
And what she is forbidden to do, she does.“

— Bernart de Ventadorn
Can vei la lauzeta mover, line 33; translation by Frederick Goldin, from Boris Ford (ed.) Medieval Literature: The European Inheritance (1983) p. 440.