But for another relation—it was all different—and rightly so—and so very different—'Cela ne se peut nullement'—as in Malherbe.
The two most famous of the actual pupils of Malherbe were Maynard and Racan.
It had been plainly laid down by Malherbe and confirmed by Boileau that objects should be named in general, not in precise terms.
There is recorded a saying of Malherbe which is infinitely characteristic.
The kindest and most enthusiastic of his later disciples told Tallemant that Malherbe's early poems were "pitiful."
Malherbe, Cujas, and Haller are said to have diffused a musky odor.
The effect of the change indeed was far too universal for it to be possible for any Malherbe or any Boileau to overthrow it.
While the officers were holding a council of war, Malherbe and I rode off to our commando.
Malherbe was not a great poet, but he was a great man, and he is worthy of our close consideration.
An inevitable attraction must have drawn Malherbe to the doors of the Htel de Rambouillet.