The cruelest month; spring, nature, and love in classical and medieval lyrics, by James J. Wilhelm.

New Haven, Yale University Press, 1965.

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Subjects Amour dans la littérature.
Classical poetry -- History and criticism.
Classical poetry.
Frühjahr (Motiv)
Liebe (Motiv)
Love in literature.
Nature dans la littérature.
Nature in literature.
Poetry, Medieval -- History and criticism.
Poetry, Medieval.
Poésie ancienne -- Histoire et critique.
Poésie médiévale -- Histoire et critique.
Spring in literature.
Description xx, 310 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1965.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 279-288).
Contents The Vigil of Venus and the classical spring lyric: A study in dialectic -- Early Christian Hymns to the Carmina Burna Early Christian Hymns:A Metaphysical Thesis -- A suggestion of dialectic: The Carolingians and after -- The Physical Antithesis of the Carmina Burana -- The New Poetic Synthesis: Bernard de Ventadorn and the Classical Provencal Troubadours -- Diaspora and Diffusion: The lyric spring in Northern France and Italy -- Northern France: The court and the world around us -- Italy:Heaven and the aftermath.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)296260
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WorldCat Identities Wilhelm, James J.
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