Regnier de Jarjayes (1745-1822).
1 in Dutch version (1620), by Regnier Telle.
(1743); Pierre de la Place, Commentaires de l'estat de la religion et de la republique sous les rois Henri II, Francois II, Charles IX (1565); and Louis Regnier de la Planche, Histoire de l'estat de France.
The lines of Boileau beginning Enfin Malherbe vint are rendered only partially applicable by :the extraordinary ignorance of older French poetry which distinguished that peremptory critic. But the good as well as bad side of Malherbe's theory and practice is excellently described by his contemporary and superior Regnier, who was animated against him, not merely by reason of his own devotion to Ronsard but because of Malherbe's discourtesy towards Regnier's uncle P. Desportes, whom the Norman poet had at first distinctly copied.