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Seven troubadours: the creators of modern verse, by James J. Wilhelm.


University Park, Pennsylvania State University Press [1970] .
ISBN 0271000996

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Subjects Civilization, Medieval, in literature.
Provenc╠žal poetry -- History and criticism.
Provenc╠žal poetry.
Troubadourlyrik.
Troubadours.
Description 235 pages illustrations, map 24 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents Where did they come from?--Duke William IX of Aquitaine; the whole medieval man.--Marcabrun; in scorn of love.--Jaufre Rudel; the ecstasy of the flight, the agony of the fall.--Bernart de Ventadorn; the master singer.--The Countess of Dia, often called Beatritz; the Sappho of the Rhone.--Bertran de Born; war, wit, and morality.--Peire Cardenal; the last of the patricians.--The troubadours and modern song.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)84251
(OCoLC)ocm00084251
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WorldCat Identities Wilhelm, James J.
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