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Aucassin & Nicolette: And Other Mediaeval Romances and Legends

tr. from the French by Eugene Mason
Format
Book; Online; EBook
Published
London, Toronto, J.M. Dent & sons, ltd. ; New York, E. P. Dutton & co. [1910]
Language
English
Series
Everyman's Library
Contents
  • 'Tis of Aucassin and of Nicolette.
  • The story of King Constant, the emperor.
  • Our Lady's tumbler.
  • The lay of the little bird.
  • The divided horsecloth.
  • Sir Hugh of Tabarie.
  • The story of King Florus and of the fair Jehane.
  • Of the covetous man and of the envious man.
  • Of a Jew who took surety the image of Our Lady.
  • The lay of Graelent.
  • The three thieves.
  • The friendship of Amis and Amile.
  • Of the knight who prayed whilst Our lady toureyed in his stead.
  • The priest and the mulberries.
  • The story of Asenath.
  • The palfrey.
Description
xix, 235 p. 18 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
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