The art of courtly love, by Andreas Capellanus. With introduction, translation, and notes by John Jay Parry.


New York, F. Ungar Pub. Company [1959] .

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Standard Title De amore. English
Subjects Courtly love -- Early works to 1800.
Courtly love.
Hoofse liefde.
Love
Love -- Early works to 1800.
Series Records of civilization, sources and studies ; no. 33.
Description xi, 218 pages genealogical table 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1959]
©1941
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 213-218).
Summary Book 1: Introduction to the treatise on love. What love is ; Between what persons love may exist ; Where love gets its name ; What the effect of love is ; What persons are fit for love ; In what manner love may be acquired and in how many ways ; The love of the clergy ; The love of nuns ; Love got with money ; The easy attainment of one's subject ; The love of peasants ; The love of prostitutes -- Book 2: How love may be retained. How love, when it has been acquired, may be kept ; How a love, once consummated, may be increased ; In what ways love may be decreased ; How love may come to an end ; Indications that one's love is returned ; If one of the lovers is unfaithful to the other ; Various decisions in love cases ; The rules of love -- Book 3: The rejection of love -- Genealogical table.
Contents Book 1: Introduction to the treatise on love. What love is ; Between what persons love may exist ; Where love gets its name ; What the effect of love is ; What persons are fit for love ; In what manner love may be acquired and in how many ways ; The love of the clergy ; The love of nuns ; Love got with money ; The easy attainment of one's subject ; The love of peasants ; The love of prostitutes -- Book 2: How love may be retained. How love, when it has been acquired, may be kept ; How a love, once consummated, may be increased ; In what ways love may be decreased ; How love may come to an end ; Indications that one's love is returned ; If one of the lovers is unfaithful to the other ; Various decisions in love cases ; The rules of love -- Book 3: The rejection of love -- Genealogical table.
Genre Early works.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)265176
(OCoLC)ocm00265176
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WorldCat Identities Andreas, Capellanus.
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