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The romance of the Rose, by Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun. Translated by Charles Dahlberg.

; Jean, de Meun, approximately 1240-approximately 1305 ; Dahlberg, Charles, 1919- translator
Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1971.
ISBN 9780691061979, 0691061971

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Standard Title Roman de la Rose. English
Other Authors Jean, approximately 1240-approximately 1305.
Dahlberg, Charles, 1919-
Subjects Courtly love -- Poetry.
Courtly love.
Guillaume (de Lorris)
Guillaume, de Lorris, approximately 12./13. Jh
Guillaume, de Lorris, approximately 12./13. Jh, Roman de la Rose.
Roman de la Rose -- Traductions anglaises.
Romances -- Translations into English.
Description xv, 450 pages 64 illustrations 25 cm
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes Translation of: Roman de la Rose.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 429-438).
Translation of: Le Roman de la rose.
Contents pt. 1. (1-4058 / Guillaume de Lorris) : The dream of love. -- The garden, the fountain, and the rose (1-1680) -- The god of love and the affair of the heart (1681-2970) -- The involvement of reason and the castle of jealousy (2971-4058) -- part 2. (4059-21780 / Jean de Meun) : The overthrow of reason. Discourse of reason (4059-7230) -- The advice of friend (7231-10002) -- The assault on the castle, False Seeming's contribution (10003-12380) -- The Old Woman's intercession (12381-14807) -- Attack and repulse (14808-15890) -- Nature's confession (15891-19438) -- Genius's solution (19439-20703) -- Venus's conflagration and the winning of the rose (20704-21780).
Genre Poetry.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)126420
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Guillaume, de Lorris, active 1230.
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